For anyone who needs money and also has access to a crane and can somehow finagle an entire ATM machine out of thin air, you now have your blueprint into breaking an ATM open. Those machines are tough! Breaking ATMs for cash is the stuff of movies and TV shows! But it doesn’t have to be hard. Just drop it from a 100…
The Galaxy S6 Active takes Samsung’s flagship smartphone and adds waterproofing, protection against drops, a larger battery and unique physical buttons. As the name suggests, it targets active people. Well, I’m active—can it stand up to my abuse?
Because dropping the iPhone 6 on the sidewalk is not enough and because soaking it in liquid nitrogen to shatter it and shooting it with a .50 cal is a little too unfair, RatedRR decided to do the ultimate drop test for the new iPhone: dropping it while skydiving in a wingsuit thousands of feet in the air.
With additional armor and unique, physical buttons, the waterproof Samsung Galaxy S5 Active targets outdoorsy users. Well, I'm outdoorsy, so I took it outside and beat it up. Does it work?
Is there anything worse than raiding your kitchen for a recipe only to discover you don't quite have enough of one of the required ingredients? Going to the store is one solution, but for those of us too lazy to go that route, the iPad-connected Drop kitchen scale will actually adjust a recipe based on the ingredients…
This August 8, the F-35 has dropped its first bomb ever and I'm sure it won't be the last. Watch this Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter test aircraft completing its "first aerial weapons release," as the Navy puts it.
You may think that this image recently posted on Reddit is a 3D rendering or some Photoshop trickery, but it's a real photo. A refraction of a world map through a water drop.
You know what looks like a lot of fun? Dropping Soviet T-80 battle tanks from huge Soviet cargo planes, using both a parachute and retro-rockets to slow them down just before they land safely on Earth. Don't believe me? Watch.
If you thought dropping Snooki was weird, you haven't seen the rest of America. Some cities drop really weird things on New Years Eve. How weird? How about bologna, sausage, a drag queen, a bag of chips and a possum?
According to this Amazon video, the Kindle DX can survive a 30-inch drop with ease. Good, because apparently the old Kindle can't survive some shaking in a padded sleeve, inside a laptop bag.
The latest update to Evernote adds a new feature to its premium version: adding, syncing, and accessing your Word, Excel, Powerpoint docs, or any other file you throw at it, on any device or platform.
The CopterBox is a disposable air-drop box, designed to safely drop cargo from a plane. Using parachutes is more expensive, and requires that you go back at some point to pick them up. With this system you can just throw a package out and forget about it. Unless it's raining. Check out a video after the jump.
PCWorld is sadistic. To simulate a couple months of usage (read: damage), they threw an iPhone into a plastic bag with a set of keys and jiggled it around like crazy. They then rubbed the two together next to a table, to simulate when you'd go and rub your crotch next to a table—what, you don't do that?
Mark this as extremely questionable, but Bloggingstocks.com says it's legit. The word on the street is that Microsoft is dropping the Xbox 360 core system to $200. That's right, a 360 for $50 less than a Wii.
This five-foot-wide fireplace from Antrax, called "Drop," is made out of varnished steel cut with a laser. It hangs from the ceiling with three open sides, and its designer, architect Massimo Iosa Ghini, describes it as a "mouth receiving fire."