We don't mean to alarm you, but we may have just found the coolest charger in the world. The Mopoint World's Smallest 65W GaN PD Charger offers fast and simultaneous charging, and it just happens to be on sale right now for 14% off, costing just $42.99 (regular price $49).
After SquareTrade tested out the Samsung Galaxy S8 and found it to be the first phone to shatter on all sides after only one drop, it's nice to know we may have a solution for this $500 problem.
Frosty the Snowman is a fairy tale they say, but this microscopic snowman is very real and just broke the record for the world's smallest snowman. (Though, it's not Guinness-official yet.)
It used to be that the best kind of swag was T-shirts and hats from your favorite music artists, but now the symbol of casual insider cool falls to the tech companies, and Snapchat has just joined the ranks of branded apparel purveyors.
While The New York Times' augmented reality section has largely been dormant in 2019 (so far), USA Today has continued to crank out AR news stories.
This past weekend, one of the most notorious hacker organizations in the world, Hacking Team, was hacked by some unknown organization. The Hacking Team is an Italian company that sells it software and services to companies and governments (yes, my rookie hackers, there are legitimate companies who sell their services to governments—Vupen, being one of the most famous and lucrative).
What better way to spend the holidays this year than learning a new skill? Give yourself a lifelong gift (literally) with this incredible deal on a lifetime subscription to Babbel Language Learning - now on sale with 50% off, for just $199 (regular price $399).
In this tutorial, I'm gonna show you how to make another amazing paper plane that can fly really far. GUARANTEED.
Hanukkah, also known as The Festival of Lights, commemorates the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem in 168 BCE. (Jews and secular publications, such as academic or scientific papers, use BCE—"before common era"—rather than the Jesus-centric BC, or "before Christ.")
The trick in the video is that the magnets are made of a conducting material and they connect the battery terminals to the copper wire, so the battery, magnets and copper wire make a circuit that generates a magnet field just in the vicinity of the battery. The geometry means the two magnets are automatically at the ends of the generated magnetic field, where the field is divergent, so a force is exerted on the magnets.
Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers! Sometimes, we don't have a specific target in mind, but rather we are simply looking for vulnerable and easy-to-hack targets anywhere on the planet. Wouldn't be great if we had a search engine like Google that could help us find these targets? Well, we do, and it's called Shodan!
Last week, Snap powered through a mountain of important software and (shock!) hardware updates, as well as a few very big business partnerships.
Who doesn't love a good prank? Taking advantage of unwilling and gullible bystanders is an obvious recipe for success—and some hilarious amusement.
From dynamite to lasers to LEDs, you can make graffiti with a lot of different things. Parisian artist Antonin Fourneau has added water to that list. He created this incredible LED wall that lights up wherever it's touched by water to create what he's dubbed "Water Light Graffiti," which can be simply described as being an LED Buddha Board.
3D printing is getting closer and closer to becoming an everyday reality—which means revolutionary things are going to start happening for the home cook. Already there's a 3D printer that can produce edible tailored fruit and the Foodini, which can print full meals, including spaghetti and burgers. However, neither are available for purchase, and most likely won't be within reach of the average cook for years.
In Bhopal, India, a place nestled in between the royally pink city of Jaipur and the dry (i.e., alcohol forbidden) state of Gujarat, is a team of developers determined to make a fully driverless car suitable to the complexities of Indian traffic. An algorithm elaborate enough has yet to be made by any other company, but is the fundamental key to handling the intuitive habits of Indian drivers, the often intense and gridlocked traffic, and the country's vast expanse of jarring roads.
This year's SXSW festival had a plethora of news and discussion about autonomous cars, but perhaps none was more exciting than the NIO EP9. The car was first shown off in November in London when it ran the Nürburgring Nordschleife track in record time.
A little-known company in India is making waves after announcing that it will sell an Android 5.1 Lollipop smartphone for less than $4 (or, more precisely, 251 rupees). The Freedom 251, from Ringing Bells, sounds almost too good to be true. Is that because it is?
In my family, if a food could be made instead of bought, it was made. It wasn't until I went to college and started eating dorm food that I tasted the store-bought versions of many kitchen staples. I quickly learned that there is an enormous quality difference between homemade dressing and the kind that comes in a bottle at the supermarket.
General Motors Co. (GM) is set to expand their fleet of driverless cars in San Francisco, Detroit, and Scottsdale, according to documents filed by the company.
These days, it seems new phones get announced every other week. We've grown accustomed to glossing over the specs, looking at some press renders, then moving on to check out the next phone. If you had done this in September 2008, you might have overlooked what would become one of the most important phones of all time.
Learn how to increase your knitting speed with Miriam Tegels, the World's Fastest Knitter. She can stitch 118 stitches in one minute; a record that appears in the Guinness Book of World Records. Miriam Tegel's knitting secret is keeping all movements to a minimum. Use size 8 knitting needles and DK weight yarn for optimal performance. After casting on sixty stitches, see how many stitches you can knit in three minutes. Good luck!
In this tutorial, learn how to make the best chocolate cream pie you will ever taste. This pie is made fresh and from scratch and comes out totally fluffy and delicious. Follow along and serve this recipe at your next get together.
The Digital Chef shows how he makes Masala Chai Tea, also known as Indian Spice Tea.
So you think you have what it takes to conquer The World's Hardest Game? Well then lets see what you got! Before you set out on your quest for epic fail how about you check out this video showing you exactly how to beat the game, level by level.
The World's Fair Knot was invented by Gary MArtin and was selected as the best knot out of 498 entries in the great knot search at the 1982 world fair. It is simple, quick to tie and can be used with most monofilament line diameters. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to tie a world's fair knot for fishing.
School's out! What better time to find fun things for the little ones to do than summertime? One fun and timeless outdoor activity is blowing bubbles.
Ever thought your flashlights weren't giving out enough light? Well, change that; watch this video tutorial to see how to make the world's brightest LED flashlight. You will need a vohm meter (volt-ohm meter), wire, thermal paste, a Dorcy flashlight, a soldering iron, and a 900 lumen LED, the world's brightest LED.
Check this out... YouTube's hottest card trick is busted to bits, and you can learn how to do it! This video tutorial shows you how to do the "world's best card trick". This famous magic card trick is revealed for all to see and learn... so do it... do the world's best card trick!
Sure, it's tiny, but it can still fly farther than many larger paper airplanes! This tutorial shows you how to make the world's smallest paper airplane out of some plain white paper and pair of scissors. You can get four airplanes out of one sheet of paper.
In this video, we learn how to make the world's loudest alarm clock. If your alarm clock does not wake you up, this is for you! First, you will need to take apart your alarm clock and find the wires that are connected to the tiny speaker that is inside of it. After this, grab two very large horns that have enough decibels to wake you up. Now, find an old 12 volt ac adapter and solder two wires from the adapter to the spot where the alarm sends signals to the alarm clock. Now, test out your al...
Bored in class and need something to toss around? Check out this video!
Explanation for the World Best Card Trick! This is a hard trick to do, but it takes skill and practice, so have fun.
Tired of paper airplanes that glide for a second or two before they ultimately and inevitably crash to the ground? This paper-folding tutorial demonstrates an easy-to-build, easy-to-modify model that may be just what you need.
Lots of people love magic, and most of those people like card tricks, so why not learn a few? Whether you're a magician or not, you can still impress your friends with a few card tricks up your sleeve.
A magic trick tutorial on how to perform The World's Greatest Card Trick.
Learn how to make this very small alcohol burning stove with cheap and easy to find items.
If you want to beat the worlds hardest game in a few seconds this is for you. The first step is to load the worlds hardest game. After the game is loaded right click on the pane and scroll down to the settings tab. Select the settings tab. After the setting tab is selected click the picture of the microphone located in the window pane. After this right click on the arrow using your mouse. To make this work loop and play must be ticked. After the game scrolls through all of the levels click th...
The SSC P7 Flashlight is a tactical torch that's pretty bright at 900LM. But, it's totally possible to make it just a little brighter.