The NFL draft is tonight! And hoping to piggyback off that NFL buzz, the UFL—yes, it's another professional football league—just announced that they"ll be holding their own draft over Twitter. I'm not kidding, the head coaches will all tweet their selections from their respective Twitter accounts.
We sat down with Source Code star Jake Gyllenhaal, and quizzed him about the science behind the movie. Does he believe that memories could be stored on computers? What's based on actual science in this film? Watch our interview.
For years, the NFL Combine has been vilified as a host for a series of workouts that don't accurately measure a football player's impact on the field. Now, one company has potentially changed that with an electronic shirt that tracks everything from heart rate to g force of acceleration.
Good news for wireless fans, as the 802.11 Working Group has just approved Draft 2.0 of the 802.11n spec. What's left before you can hop down to the store and get your own certified gear? Just Draft 3.0 and the final spec.
That thirst for an ice cold beer is welling up big-time as we look at this trio of home beer-dispensing devices called Wunderbar. You can stock it with a 4, 5, or 6-liter keg in your choice of 300 brands of draft beer, and if you don't like the brewskis, you can cool off wine and soft drinks, too. But for us, we'll …