Last week, an incredibly silly video made the rounds showing off what it would look like if movies ended the second one of the characters said the title of the movie. Having amassed over one million views, creator Chris Huebs decided to create a sequel this week, and against all odds, it might actually be funnier than the original. More →
With so many Bluetooth speakers on the market it becomes hard picking the one that has the right mix of style, sound quality, battery life and portability. Amazon has a couple of gems at a deep discount right now that promise to deliver. More →
Every year smartphone owners beg companies to build phones with better batteries and every year these companies only give us lighter and thinner devices that still deliver mediocre battery life. Will this ever chance? If a fuel-cell developer called Intelligent Energy has any say, we could have smartphones whose batteries last up to a week within the next two years. More →
In the 21st century, leaving home without a pair of headphones simply isn’t an option. I know this isn’t true for everyone, but I end up kicking myself if I forget my headphones on the way out, even if I’m just walking down the street to grab some groceries. Whether it’s podcasts or music, I need something other than the sound of traffic in my ears.
Whether you’re as obsessive with your headphone habits as I am or not, you might be surprised to learn that there are several simple ways to improve the sound quality of your headphones without spending a cent. More →
Everything is bad for something, but findings over the past few years have uncovered the latest troublesome behavior that’s going to kill us all: sitting. Researchers have found that sitting at a desk all day, every day can lead to serious health problems and even death. To help prevent all of these problems that might arise, companies have begun to sell things like standing desks and treadmill desks. Of course, no one wants to stand all the time while working, so there are motorized desks that accommodate sitting and standing positions… if you can afford one.
As it turns out, there’s a new motorized standing desk that just about anyone can afford and it’s available right now. More →
Whether you know it or not, today is Safer Internet Day. That might sound like a silly, made up name for a random day in February, but rather than laugh it off, we might as well take the time we’d spend crafting some sarcastic tweet to actually make ourselves safer on the internet.
There are plenty of ways to do that — let’s focus on just one: Downloading a password manager. More →
Get an HD touchscreen multipurpose car video player tablet that includes a GPS navigation system, AM/FM radio and a rear camera so you can back up safer than ever before. The Pupog Car Video Player Tablet is for sale on Amazon for $227.99 with free shipping, or 56% off list price. More →
I don’t make paper airplanes as much as I used to, and I don’t play with Legos as much as I’d really love to. But I’d definitely want this mesmerizing invention, a paper airplane “factory” that assembles flying devices for you. And it’s all made of Lego bricks that do all the hard work for you. I can’t look away. More →
It’s very likely you’ve seen both Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Making a Murderer at some point in the past few months, or at least one of them. You probably know everything there is to know about the new Star Wars episode and the new Netflix hit anyway, but just in case you don’t, a couple of major spoilers lie ahead, so don’t go any further if you want to avoid them.
At any rate, one brilliant person on the Internet decided to make a parody poster that combines the two completely unrelated movies, and the result is hilarious. More →
Even though last year’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge were incredible phones, they nonetheless failed to reverse the overall decline in Samsung’s smartphone sales. What’s more, some Android users were annoyed that Samsung took away features like support for microSD cards that had been staples of its previous flagship devices.
If the recent leaks about the Galaxy S7 edge’s specs and features are right, however, then it seems that Samsung will have delivered a dream device for Android fans. More →
With Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S7 just a couple of weeks away from being formally announced, you can expect to see a bunch of Galaxy S6 sales begin to pop up. Here’s the thing to remember: unless you’re obsessed with gadgets and you need to have the latest and greatest at all times, the Galaxy S6 is a fantastic smartphone that will still be among the best phones in the world even a year from now.
Amazon had been offering the Galaxy S6 unlocked for $499 for a period of time, but that killer sale price recently jumped back up. Well guess what… it’s back! More →
The Division is a lot of things. First and foremost, it’s a competent, if unimaginative, third-person shooter. It’s an RPG as well, with plenty of loot to collect and experience to gain and skills to choose from. It also shares a great deal in common with the modern MMO, in that you’re never more than a few button presses away from teaming up with other players online.
This kitchen sink approach has doomed other equally ambitious games, but The Division manages to stay afloat, even underneath the weight of all the adjectives that describe it.
For the first time in five years, Tesla this week allowed TV cameras into its gargantuan Fremont factory where both the Model S and Model X are manufactured. And speaking to the degree of secrecy that Tesla demands, even casual visitors to the facility are not allowed to tour the space if they have any cameras or recording devices in their possession.
Recently, Jeffrey Schaub of CBS5 KPIX in San Francisco was granted special access to Tesla’s Fremont factory, providing us with an up to date and fascinating look at where Tesla’s revered vehicles are put together. Though obviously not as large as the currently under-construction Gigafactory in Reno, Nevada, the company’s Fremont factory is gigantic in its own right, stretching out over 1 mile long and taking up more than 5 million square feet.