If you’re shopping for a new laptop you may want to jump on this one-day deal, as Toshiba has just announced a 40% price drop on this well-appointed 15.6-inch laptop. This is some […]
Ugh. You're up an hour early, your body hates you for it, and even a gallon of coffee can't get your day on track. Daylight saving sucks. But you know the worst part? It doesn't have to be like this.
The legality of online sports betting exists in a sort of shrouded grey fog of possibly questionable behavior. However, there are still plenty of quality offshore operations that are willing to take your bets and pay out your winnings. If you want to know how to bet on sports online?like, say, for the Super Bowl?we'll tell you.
If you live in the blizzard-ridden United States, you might be looking out your window at a harsh, desolate, snowy wasteland. Cars in the middle of the street. Frosty despair. But you're also hungry. Here's how to order in, guilt-free.
When you travel the world, having a few drinks with your hosts is a great way to get a sense of the local culture. But excessive alcohol consumption can cause physiological consequences
You got a new iPhone! Maybe it's a thumbprint-reading 5S or a pastel rainbow 5C. Either way, what now? Here's what you need to get started with your new iPhone, whether you're a first-timer or an iOS pro.
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Golfing alone can be fun and relaxing, but there’s always that heavy bag of clubs to carry around with you from hole to hole. And while caddies are great, maybe
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Counting calories involves a lot more work than you think. From keeping food diaries that you have to update with every meal and snack to looking up alternatives in case
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A full quarter of the year has already gone by, which means stores are slashing prices on winter-centric goods and other seasonal items. Here are the best things to buy this month.
Going by the number of calendar alternatives in the iTunes App Store, nobody seems satisfied with Apple's offering. Even with so many good choices, we feel Sunrise trumps them all thanks to its intuitive interface, great features, and support for so many calendar services.
Apple's Mac Pro, the sleek and shiny trash can from outer space, is certainly a feat of engineering. It also costs $3,000. If you want to build a comparable machine yourself, you can save a lot of money by going with a Hackintosh.
Most HDTVs ship with default settings that are meant to look good in store showrooms, but they're not ideal in your home. Thankfully, with the right tools, calibrating an HDTV to your viewing style is easy, and you can do it in less than a half-hour.
|Samsung has already rolled out the latest Android 4.4 KitKat for a bunch of its high-end devices, and it seems the Korean OEM is turning its focus to tablets. According to reports, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is getting the Android 4.4 KitKat update as we speak. Reports suggests it’s rolling out in the US, and […]
|Audi has taken the wraps of a new special edition version of the Audi RS7, the Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition, it will go on sale this summer in the US and will retail for $146,045. The Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition will come with a range of special features, which include performance DRC suspension, carbon fiber […]
|Getac has announced a new rugged tablet called the T800 that runs Windows 8.1 Pro. The new tablet has an 8.1-inch screen in a device that is 9 x 6 inches in size. The tablet is aimed at users in the utility, military, field service, and transportation industries that need a tablet that can survive […]
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|Sky has teamed up with Twitter, and you will soon be able to record and watch TV shows direct from Twitter, this will only work if you are an existing subscriber to Sky’s TV service in the UK. Sky explains below how the service works, you will need a Sky+ HD Box and will also […]
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|Both Facebook and Google are looking to use drones to provide WiFi around the world, and now DARPA intends to use some of its drones for WiFi hotspots. DARPA intends to use a fleet of RQ-7 shadow drones that were previously used for surveillance by the US military, to provide WiFi to the military in […]
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has issued a grant to integrate a multiple fuel, hybrid-electric power plant into a dirt bike built by BRD Motorcycles. The hybrid electric engine will be built by Logos Technologies. "Quieted, all-wheel-drive capability at extended range in a lightweight, rugged, single-track vehicle could support the successful operations of U.S. expeditionary and special forces in extreme terrain conditions and contested environments," said Wade Pulliam, manager of advanced concepts at Logos Technologies. "With a growing need to operate small units far from logistical support, the military may increasingly rely on adaptable, efficient technologies like this hybrid-electric motorcycle."Why does the US government REALLY need stealth dirt bikes? I'll tell you why -- to spy on me and the rest of my wizard friends when we're out LARPing in the woods on weekends. They want to learn the secrets of our magic. *GW casts force-field of the forest* Haha -- nice try, government! *casts cloak of invisibility, poops in leaf pile* Thanks to Greg L, who is hard at work developing a stealth 4-wheeler with a machine gun turret to take his paintball game to a whole new level.
Glowing road markings are just scratching the surface of Roosegaarde's ideas for constructing "smart highways." His team hopes to develop giant road markings, such as snowflakes, that appear on the road when the temperature drops to a certain level. Other conceptual alterations include driving lanes that can charge electric vehicles, and dynamic lane markings that shift from dashed to solid lines based on traffic.Admittedly, those sound like great ideas. Of course it would take decades for any of those to ever be implemented in the US because our road and highway systems are a disaster. They won't even fix the potholes in my neighborhood and they're like, deep enough to eat a children's bike. Still, it would be pretty cool to pretend you're in TRON. Make driving like a video game and people will pay more attention, that's my motto. Jk jk, it's, "Every day, in every way, I'm getting better and better." I'm lying again, it's, "Get drunk, stay drunk, try to forget." Keep going for a video of a guy driving the highway.