The next time an astronaut is driving a vehicle moving on these tires he should quip "Look Ma, no air!" … [Read more...] about Super Strong Spring Tires Win R&D Award
All the hoopla surrounding solar cells these days revolve around a single capability: conversion rates. So here comes Spectrolab, a Boeing subsidiary, claiming their latest C3MJ+ solar cells have an average conversion efficiency of 39.2%. … [Read more...] about Boeing Bent On Mass-Producing Super Efficient Solar Cells
It's actually an odd sculpture that can pop open a beer bottle in no time. … [Read more...] about Say Hello To The Strangest Bottle Opener Ever
There are more than just a few sidesplitting nuggets of venomous contempt found at the CrApple Store blog. … [Read more...] about Disgruntled Apple Employee Rants On Hilarious Anti-Apple Blog
It's the future, boys and girls, and when it becomes commercially viable expect the world of computers to take the next big evolutionary step forward. … [Read more...] about What The Heck is A Quantum Hard Drive?
Google has big plans for its Google TV platform, their plan was to get a Google TV device into every home, either via a set top box or a Google TV enabled TV, but there are now signs that the platform may be in trouble.The Google TV platform was released just over a month ago, with the first Google TV device, the Logitech Revue, this was quickly followed by Google TV … [Read more...] about Is Google TV In Trouble?
Apple's release of the new MacBook Air last month, gives us a bit of a clue of things to come for the 2011 MacBook Pro, their advertising uses the phrase 'The next generation of MacBooks', which could give us a hint at what we will see in next years MacBook Pro.The new MacBook Air doesn't have a hard drive, instead it has a solid state drive, and there is also no DVD drive, … [Read more...] about 2011 MacBook Pro To Feature SSD, Light Peak And No DVD
If you're the type who wants a little more cheek in canned goods and other household items, then better shop at Hoxton Monster Supply one of these days. … [Read more...] about One Can Of A Vague Sense Of Unease, Please
Not just an HDD bearing the iconic bunny logo, but a digital archive of every Playboy magazine published since 1953. … [Read more...] about Bondi Digital Unveils Eye-Popping Playboy HDD
Reports have confirmed Microsoft's quest for the ultimate touchscreen keyboard thanks to a November 25 patent application. Unlike Acer, Nokia, and a bunch of others who've tried, Microsoft intends to create a newfangled typing interface that actually has texture. Tall order, you say? … [Read more...] about Microsoft Have A Touchscreen Keyboard In The Works
Do you know your true self? Are you capable of extraordinary athletic feats? No? Maybe? Then quick, get tissue sample from the side of your mouth and mail it to MyGene's Sports Gene Test. … [Read more...] about MyGene Testing Allows People To Discover Their Potential
We run a significant number of space related stories here at Geeky Gadgets every month and for good reason: it's the final frontier, right? Below is a story about NASA's latest scramble for a working piece of equipment at a time when the agency isn't as endowed with generous funding compared to previous administrations. … [Read more...] about NASA Rolls Out High Tech Space Plane For Vague Reasons