Industrial designer and carpenter Elvis Halilović has created a beautiful line of handmade pinhole cameras. Called ONDU Pinhole Cameras, they've already raised a $10,000 goal on Kickstarter, with $33,000 extra.
There's now a network that can push a 2 hour high def movie to a computer a mile away in less time than it takes to read a word. The new record was set at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, and it's a record breaking 40GB per second over a distance of about .6 of a mile.
Bang with Friends have just been booted from the App Store by Apple. The app debuted in January and quickly took off in popularity with a simple concept: Users log in with Facebook and select the friends they want to bang. Only friends that have mutually selected the other user show up in a "down to bang" queue.
This iPhone 6 concept video may be the next iPhone you're looking for. The video shows of an iPhone 6 mock which when set to a flat surface can project a Mac keyboard from one side and a Mac desktop from the other.
Microsoft's Phone marketing lead, Greg Sullivan says its time for Microsoft to get serious for Windows Phone. IDC announced that the platform is now a solid Number 3, beating BlackBerry for the first time.
Instagram is not the only company being offered a $1 billion acquisition deal. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is said to be closing in on the deal with David Karp, CEO of Tumblr.
Details were leaked earlier Thursday via AllThingsD. A later report in AdWeek, via its own sources, cited $1 billion as the figure currently under discussion. Tumblr and its 107 million microblogs would add another 15 billion pageviews a month to Mayer's hoard.
We're still a long way more to go to cure Alzheimer's but the scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have developed a drug that may just reverse memory deficits and slow the disease. In elderly mice that is.
Google and NASA are teaming up to create a laboratory to develop the future of artificial intelligence using quantum supercomputers.
The Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab, basesd at NASA's Ames Research Center in California, will be home to a quantum computer from D-Wave Systems. The researchers will study how quantum computing might advance machine learning.
One of Apple's patent filed back in 2011 could dramatically improve the way your iPhone takes pictures. Instead of wirelessly connecting the phone to external flashes, the patent sees the iPhone connecting and controlling flashes on other nearby iPhones.
A subterranean telescope may have just caught a glimpse of humanity's first "cosmic neutrino" left over from the Big Bang.
Known as the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, the $279 million telescope is located under the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica. IceCube has been searching for evidence of the cosmic neutrino via an array of thousands of sensors under the ice.
Apple released the newest version of iTunes with a couple of improvements. Version 11,0.3 will have an update to MiniPlayer in the form of a lovely new design. The MiniPlayer itself is relatively new, first appearing in iTunes 11.
Water and electricity aren't the best of friends. So when Antonin Fourneau combined both in his installation, it sounds like a death trap more than an art installation. But his work, Water Light Graffiti, is really beautiful.
We have to thank the 1973 Michael Crichton sci-fi film Westworld for the image blurring digital effects of today. Crichton wanted to create what looked like a blurred digital machine and he first turned to NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab. But the $200,000 price tag was a bit too much. Instead, John Whitney Jr did the job for him. Here's the story:
Before Skynet gets real, we'll have this geeky interpretation of the Terminator's hand in Lego instead.
A Polish Lego savant piotrek839 created this life-size Terminator arm that's powered by twelve separate Lego Technic motors and has some of the most complex engineering and gearing we've seen, in a Lego creation. Check it out in the video below: