Seeing the price tag might have dashed your hopes for a genuine space odyssey but hey, the company Xtraordinary Adventures are doing Richard Branson’s Virgin galactic one better by offering a flight beyond the Earth’s atmosphere for half of Virgin’s whopping $200,000.
True to its underground aesthete, it took awhile for the TxtBomber to make an impact on the web.
You see, its creator Felix Vorreitor already perfected the handheld printing machine in 2005 and it only caught on with the tech press recently—like this week. Better late than never, you say?
Despite endless delays and a massive $900 million dollar deficit, six station platforms near 14th Street will be wired for WiFi and cellular service as part of a longstanding initiative by the NYC Transit Authority.
Ah, designers; you’ve really got to admire them. No other professionals on earth work so hard at combining the natural world with the man-made.
Such a marriage has created the Snowflake Speaker by Sylvian Gerber. As its name suggests, it’s inspired by a snowflake. It doesn’t come in white though, as shown by the promo pictures.
If you happen to be a fan of the BBC automotive program Top Gear, you’re familiar with that ever mysterious and ever-masked character simply called, “The Stig.”
In case you feel compelled to buy a miniscule PC and have the money for such a purchase, your best choice this year is the LPC 100 from Canada’s Stealth Computers.
Roughly the size of a 7”x5” paperback novel, the LPC 100 makes up in hardware what it lacks in actual heft. Speaking of heft there’s not much to speak of either as it only weighs a staggering 1.2 lbs.
The Segway was supposed to usher in a new era of pedestrian traffic and bring us closer to a sustainable urban environment… or so we thought. Now here comes the ewee-PT from German manufacturers Ewee.
Besides the Canadian filmmaker who implanted a camera into his eye, someone else in the world is moving ever closer to bionic perfection.
Martin Magnusson, a self-professed “researcher and entrepreneur” sought to literally expand his horizons with the help of some tech lying around his house. The result: A wearable computer.
If you’ve been tormented by workspaces having too many tabs or just want to navigate those tabs in a more efficient manner, the solution to your woes is at hand, almost.
HP Personal Systems Group VP Todd Bradley confirmed to CNBC on Friday that webOS wins out over Windows 7 for the tech giant’s upcoming line of smartphones.
Decades from now in the far off green future we’re currently struggling to reach, statues of Nicholas Homer will adorn state parks and public spaces. Or not.
The college student best known for his motorized couch has just been banned by Brigham Young University from using it to move around campus. The student was motivated to build the motorized couch so he can pick up burgers and willing females with utmost convenience.
In case you didn’t know, there weren’t any PCs in the 60s. People in offices then went about work with typewriters and pens and all sorts of archaic artifacts.
Despite this fact, it didn’t stop Jeffrey Stephenson from taking up the challenge of building a functional PC for the 60s. He even went so far as to ask, “What if IBM had invented the PC 20 years earlier?”