Can the World’s Thinnest Keyboard Cut a German Sausage?

If you cast your mind back to 2009, you might recall the Palm Pre had an edge so sharp, it was able to cut through cheese. Measuring just half a millimetre thick, the world’s thinnest keyboard — made by British company CSR in partnership with Atmel and CIT — should be able to take on a bratwurst, surely. I put my IFA… » 9/06/13 11:05am 9/06/13 11:05am

Uncovered: Nazi-Made 3D Films From the 1930s

Australian movie director Phillipe Mora discovered two 3D films made by Nazi propagandists dating back to 1936, which were lost in a dark corner of the Berlin Federal Archive. To achieve the effect, the directors apparently held a prism in front of two lenses. » 2/16/11 1:21am 2/16/11 1:21am

To Boldly Go Where No Meat Has Gone Before

These are the voyages of the Starship Meaterprise. Its continuing mission: to fill your stomach with deliciousness. And if wanting to destroy this on contact make me some sort of dirty Romulan, so be it. » 4/26/10 5:20pm 4/26/10 5:20pm