Samsung Galaxy S6 review
This is the one you've been waiting for: BGR's in-depth review of the brand new flagship Galaxy S6! Can it possibly live up to they hype? You might be surprised...
Instead of simply upgrading Internet Explorer and changing the user’s perception about Microsoft’s old Internet browser, the company is taking a new approach to Internet browsing with Windows 10. Called Project Spartan for the time being, the new browser will be available on all devices that can run Windows 10 and coexist with Internet Explorer, the company confirmed in previous announcements. But only on Monday Microsoft finally released Project Spartan to the world for testing purposes. More →
Gogoro Smartscooter is the name of a bold electric scooter project that was first detailed at CES 2015 in early January. In short, the proposed scooter aims to offer users a convenient means of transportation that’s not only supposed to work with batteries rather than gas, but it’s also meant to offer users a hassle-free experience when it comes to powering those batteries. More →
Being colorblind can make the world a duller place since it means you see some of the world’s most gorgeous colors as shades of gray. To fix this, Valspar Paint has been teaming up with glasses manufacturer EnChroma to create special glasses to help colorblind people see exactly what they’ve been missing. More →
There are times when we’re really in awe of how lazy people have become in regards to cooking. For example, boiling and straining pasta isn’t exactly an arduous task. In fact, it’s likely one of the very easiest things that you can do when you’re cooking at home. Nonetheless, Barilla this year has unveiled a special new kind of pasta for people who just don’t want to go to the trouble of pouring their pasta into a strainer. More →
It’ll be a while until you’ll be able to play Nintendo games on mobile devices, but that doesn’t mean you have to hurry and purchase Nintendo hardware to get a quick Mario fix. In fact, there’s a way of running Super Mario 64 on your browser right now, no matter what operating system you use. More →
Last year, upstart manufacturer OnePlus took the Android world by storm by hyping its debut OnePlus One smartphone that featured both strong specifications and a surprisingly low price. Thanks to some new leaks obtained by GizmoChina, we may now have some information about what OnePlus has in store for its followup to 2014’s surprise hit smartphone. More →
Back when the Apple Watch was nothing more than a rumor, there was an endless stream of stories focusing on all of the biomedical engineering talent Apple was bringing on board. Consequently, we started to see an influx of reports detailing all of the incredible ways in which the Apple Watch was going to revolutionize personal health. Some reports event went so far as to proffer that Apple’s new wearable might be able to detect impending heart attacks or even measure metrics such as glucose levels.
A group of biohackers based out of California recently developed eye drops which, when inserted into the human eye, provide users with some semblance of night vision. According to researchers over at Science for the Masses, a human test subject injected with the eye drop solution was not only able to make out shapes and sizes from 10 meters away, but was also able to locate individuals outside in the dark from a distance of 50 meters.
After recreating the first two The Walking Dead seasons in the form of an old-timey 8-bit game, CineFix is back with a similar video on YouTube that features the main events from the third and fourth seasons of AMC’s popular zombie show. As always, be aware that these videos contain spoilers before watching them. More →
We typically try not to get too political here on BGR, but the fight against inequality and discrimination is something we can happily get behind, even when it involves legislation. Enter Apple CEO Tim Cook, who recently penned a rare op-ed that was published on Sunday night in The Washington Post.
Everyone should read it. More →