British Airways‘ brand new 787-9 Dreamliner doesn't look like your average ordinary airplane. It's one of the most technologically advanced planes in the air, and its first class will be even more exclusive. It will feature 8 seats instead of the normal 14.
You can tune a guitar, or a violin, and any other string instrument, but did you know that it is impossible to perfectly tune a piano? The reason for that is in mathematics, and the number of multiple strings a piano has. Check out the video below for the explanation:
Who needs a real camera these days? Your phone is as good as anything you can have with you. All you need is a few pro tips to make really great videos. Not just great, but stunning ones too! From techniques, to filters, to accessories, there's a lot you'll find useful.
Want to understand our universe a little bit more than you currently do? Then check out this scale model of our solar system...except, it was actually built on an open desert. The results are shocking. And incredible:
Do you have problems to wake up or is your current alarm sound boring and makes you tired? Here is a very loud alarm sound for people who have trouble to wake up early with their current alarm sound. The best thing about it, you can do it by yourself. Check the video below:
Don't buy. Make your own. It's that simple. From using a ping pong ball to stationary you can find at home or in the office, making your own smartphone stand is as simpler than you think. Check out the video below:
Google has finally released its simple yet colourful new logo on 1st September 2015. The logo was designed by the designers working at Google, in NYC. Google's first logo was created by Sergey Brin using GIMP.
Google is 17-years-old. And they've come a long way already, and they've also changed their logo multiple times. They've also changed their logo again. But did you even notice? Watch the evolution of Google in the video below:
Tyrant at work. Genius and visionary. Inspiring. He's all that. Including, being the God of presentations. Here's how people went crazy when he demonstrated how Wi-Fi works back in 1999. There's something you can learn for sure.
Who doesn't love being tall? You look good in clothes, you get to command presence, and you're almost instantly more attractive than shorter people. But every inch above 5 ft takes 1.3 years off your life. Here's why being too tall, isn't too good after all.