Wearable tech is definitely the future. And Google Glass has the potential to be so much better than Siri. Maybe a little too better, according to Conan.
Conan's Google Glass Helper would like to remind you that you're not going to be able to live life without it, since it's got all your reminders, and tips in life and packs on a personal assistant that is a tad way too personal.
According to CondomSizes.org, the average thickness of human hair is 0.06 millimeters. These Japanese condoms are 0.01 millimeters thin. They are the thinnest in the world!
According to website ZakZak, Sagami Rubber Industries took ten years to take the condoms from conception to completion. Over 20,000 condoms were put through a battery of tests in a trial and error process.
Nothing can truly guarantee your safety when it comes to extreme activities like base jumping. In this case we have Vimeo user Subterminallyill whose base jumping experience left him injured, which he lists as "Compression Fracture of the T12 Vertebra, 5 stitches to the eye, 6 stitches to the chin, severely sprained Back, wrist and hand. multiple bruised areas."
The Copenhagen Wheel finally gets an ad. Instead of getting a hybrid-electric bicycle, the new Copenhagen Wheel will replace the rear wheel of your bike and will give you a boost of power with its tiny motor when you are traveling uphill.
Ex NASA JPL engineer Mark Rober figured out a way to shoot "bullet time" videos on the cheap. He used a ceiling fan, a pair of flashlights and a GoPro camera. Now, he's back with a better set up, this time using a high-end Phantom camera.
Bluetooth was given an overhaul in 2010 with a 4.0 standard. It's getting sexier hook ups too with it being used for wireless speakers to smartwatches. The latest update, will help you save battery.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has announced Bluetooth 4.1, the first update since 2010. It will dramatically smarten up the connection, and it will intelligently disconnect when you leave the room.
Want to read the web just like a newspaper? You're in luck. You might actually like the New York Times' new web app, Today's Paper, which is organized like the New York Times in print.
The point of it is to give reading the Times online the editorial coherence of reading a newspaper. The print gives you an order of operations. Today's Paper is only available for paying subscribers only. How long more can the subscription model stay alive?
Do you like all things trivia? Then you'll love QuizUp, which is being hailed as the "fastest-growing iPhone game in history."
The trivia game amassed 3.5 million registered users within 3 weeks. By the eighth day, it reached its 1 millionth user (in comparison, 2012's Draw Something took about nine days to reach 1 million users).
You should know your limits when you run. So, the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany, along with scientists in five European countries have developed the Runsafer smart running shoe. It uses built-in G force, direction and GPS sensors to determine how hard, how fast and how long you're running.