Dyson is renowned as much for its inventions as the way it makes them—a process The New Yorker once described as "a second industrial revolution." That's why the James Dyson Foundation was created: To foster and promote young inventors. Today, the organization announced the national winner of its annual Dyson Award,…
The Awesomer found this cool video of the one and only Willie Nelson telling a story with a brilliant trick that uses every single card of a deck. It's amazing to see a legend like him telling a simple story. I watched in trance and with a smile all the time.
A guy found this mystery card inside his new MacBook Pro box. The card belongs to the factory worker who packed the laptop and it contains the 13 Commandments of Foxconn. Here's what it means:
A guy opened his new MacBook Pro box and found this laminated light blue card with Chinese text on the front and back. What is it? A desperate message asking for help? A fortune cookie message?
Be still, my spec-hungry heart. Nvidia's latest and greatest is a monster in a beautiful body. Dual-GPUs, 28nm Kepler architecture, 3,072 CUDA parallel processing cores, ARRGH ARRGH ARRRRRGH! This beast basically doubles the performance of the already awesome GTX 680.
iOS 5 dropped today, which is fantastic, I guess—if you own an iPhone. However, if you're like me and, well, don't but still want the same bells and whistles on your phone, might I suggest the following?
Langone Medical Center in New York is streamlining the hospital check-in process with specialized scanners from Fujitsu that recognize the unique vein pattern of your palm.
A hundred bucks isn't what it used to be. It won't get you a new pair of Jordans or take you halfway to buying your way out of a Union army conscription. But it'll buy you a half-decent video card.
It's dangerous riding a bike in the city—crazy drivers swerving in and out can seriously hurt you. So the next time a crazy jerk cuts you off and almost kills you, throw this magnetic yellow card at his car.
A complicated card trick that deals with the colors of the cards and a binary De Bruijn cycle has helped a mathematician reach a new bound on data compression. Magic and math, more friendly than you'd think!
I'm using it exactly like the product photo is showing me! [Newegg]
Here is the most thinnerest and cutest Apple Macbook Pro you can buy. It is 4.25 x 5.5 x 0.01 inches, and it only costs seven United States rupees!
I've always loved getting handmade Christmas cards. It's just so heartwarming to open one and listen to a holiday song on the built-in iPhone.
Basic details about Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey's plans for an iPhone credit card payment service have been floating around for some time, but it appears that his SquareUp startup has finally gone live for trial users—and it looks promising.
Instead of signing up for a monthly plan on a notebook data card, AT&T now lets you pay for chunks of data beforehand. Unfortunately, it's really expensive.