A few weeks ago, we asked you which classic gadget you’d turn into a smartphone. We asked because we have a friend who specializes in bringing fantastic phone concepts to life. We gave him a few of the top ideas, and once again, he’s made the magic happen.
We’re all works in progress, trying to grow and change. But there’s no way around it, we carry with us good habits and bad ones. Often those bad habits are pretty well entrenched; not likely to be dislodge by even a direct nuclear hit.
Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu is back with a new movie, The Revanant, and it looks epic.
You can certainly use drum machines and electronic drums if you want to add a digital kick to your music, but you typically lose the intuitiveness and subtlety of playing old-school skins in the process. Why can’t you have the best of both worlds? Sunhouse thinks you can.
You may be familiar with this meme: “If a 747 can carry the space shuttle, then I call bullshit on overweight luggage fees.” Airlines collected $38.1 billion in revenue from such fees in 2014, almost a 21 percent increase year-over-year. These fees are the new normal, and future fees are a pure insult to your intelligence.
GoPro’s new camera is a tiny cube. It’s unlike any GoPro ever made. What’s packed inside? iFixit tore the GoPro Hero4 Session apart—literally—to find the answer.
Aircraft lasing — directing a laser or another bright light at a moving aircraft — is becoming a huge problem, and authorities on the subject are worried that a growing number of reports will eventually lead to a serious incident.