I guess this "Norefjell 2014-01-05. En stille skitur, plutselig skjer det noe 50 meter fra løypa. Kraftlinje på 132 kV tilhørende EB nett. Overslaget varte i minst 5 minutt" roughly translates to "Norefjell January 5, 2014. Bad news people, an interdimensional portal 50 meters high has opened in the forest. 132 demons…
This photograph, which features NASA researchers dressed as Vikings, was intended to evoke a fun and inspirational sense of exploration. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley, who launched an investigation to see if the photo had involved a misuse of government funds (it hadn't), was apparently unmoved by its message.
Despite its relative success, the Nook eReader and tablet from Barnes and Noble have often been viewed as underdog devices trying to go up against the Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire. So imagine the position that Kobo is in with its 6-inch Kobo Glo eReader and 7-inch Kobo Arc Android tablet. Yep.
Nobody's ever really cracked the smart watch concept, but Sony's new offering pairs with either the Arc S or Xperia S to let you check email and messages on the move without getting out your phone — and it actually looks pretty good.
Sony is going full-tilt today, dropping more toys than a drunken toddler covered in Crisco. They're giving the Xpreria Arc—their hallmark smartphone—an S as the end of its name, and beefing it up.
Followers of the American Red Cross looking forward to the usual blood drive updates were surprised to find this tweet in their feeds two nights ago. It's not every day the world's largest volunteer services gets "slizzered."
Le Arc Touch Mouse, she is real. There are two unique bits to this thing: The ability to bend the mouse up when in use, and the touch strip that replaces a traditional scroll wheel. It costs $70.
Ooh la la! Microsoft's slender Arc keyboard is now available in a clean looking white-and-lime finish. Sure, it's still the same $60 keyboard, but now it'll match your decor better.
While PlayStation still hasn't confirmed whether its motion controller will be called the Arc, the rumor mill has gone one step further this week with a forum-poster claiming it'll work alongside a Wii-like nunchuk.
Microsoft's Arc Keyboard isn't so much designed small because it's great for traveling—laptops already come with compact keyboards—it's more for compact spaces or controlling media center machines. I gotta say, it looks really nice, even if it's awkward.