Google's OnHub Is a Mysterious and Slightly Terrible Device

The OnHub is Google’s latest weird experiment. It’s a $200 router stuffed with fourteen antennas that’s being marketed as a cure-all for people who have a zillion wireless devices with different network needs. But what does that actually mean? I tore down my OnHub with the hardware hackers at iFixit to find out. »9/15/15 1:00pm9/15/15 1:00pm

Force Touch on the iPhone 6s Is All About Saving You Time

As is true with most past “s” editions on the iPhone, Apple’s newest pocket-friendly device will see some changes on the inside—and not so much the outside. One of the biggest additions is Force Touch, the deep-press tech that lets your finger do more interesting things onscreen, and now we know how it might work. »8/11/15 9:05am8/11/15 9:05am

The dark alphabet of things that can kill you from A to Z

It's hard to keep track of what could kill you these days but if you really want to know, it's basically everything. College Humor created this dark comedy animation bit where the Grim Reaper waxes poetic on all the things that can kill a person from A to Z. It's a reminder to not avoid life when living. »9/08/14 11:49pm9/08/14 11:49pm

Ridiculous alphabet sandwich has a different ingredient for each letter

DudeFoods made a towering sandwich with 26 different ingredients, one for each letter of the alphabet, because, well, someone had to see what the alphabet in sandwich form would look like. There's the ABC's of sandwiches (also known as the the things that make any sandwich better) in avocado, bacon and cheese along… »4/08/14 10:31pm4/08/14 10:31pm