I'm not scared of needles but tattoo machines are sorta intimidating. I just never knew what the hell the rest of the nuts and bolts were. Now that I know it's just o-rings, yokes, and armature bars, I'm totally inking myself.
Google has updated its Developer-focused breakdown of the Android user base, generating a lovely green pie chart showing which versions of the mobile OS its users are on. Not that most people have a choice about it, of course.
If you woke up this morning dreaming about some random dude disassembling the new BlackBerry Tour on video while a corny 1990's Will Smith political thriller movie-inspired soundtrack played in the background, know this: It wasn't a dream!
Our favorite electronics aren't always the easiest items to recycle, but Wired took a tour of a factory where they're stripped down to their essential parts so manufacturers can reuse the good bits.
I'm in Singapore right now and had every intention to ride the Flyer, the world's largest Ferris Wheel. But after it left 173 people were stranded for six hours last night, I'm... hesitant.
You already saw the unboxing, but that was like thumbing through a Victoria's Secret catalogue. For the real hardcore stuff, you have to see this gorgeous XEL-1 OLED with its downright obscene 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio and sexy 3mm frame without any covering whatsoever. Don't tell us it doesn't turn you on. Hit the…