Not every app of the week is always new–sometimes even updates to apps are deserving enough for some fresh attention. This week there are a few updates to old goodies in the Windows Phone world, Android users can choose to take a step back in time to the days of analog video recording, and iOS has a newbie that lets…
Welcome to another week of apps. Android gets all the cool stuff with an awesome Bing upgrade and your next mobile gaming addiction. iOS is all focused on the camera, and Windows Phone wants to make you more productive. Let’s take a look.
Samsung wants to let you sling things across all your devices. Webpages, phone calls, and plenty more. Wouldn't it be great if you seamlessly hop from one device to the next? And doesn't that idea sound familiar?
Everybody and their mother has brought an activity tracker to market in the last year, but it actually makes sense that Polar—a company with a long history making heart rate monitors—would get into the game. Unfortunately, their first stab at a fitness monitor feels more like a first-draft.
By studying a glob of 20 million-year-old amber, scientists have proven once and for all that glass does not flow.
With an endless supply of streaming media at our fingertips, who in their right mind would spend money on a radio these days? That's probably the same question Lexon's designers were asking themselves, just before they came up with the stunning design for the company's Flow FM radio.
A few minutes ago, NASA successfully destroyed two ailing spacecraft by smashing them into the Moon. You can see their crash trajectory in the video above. The two probes, Ebb and Flow, were orbiting the Moon to study its magnetic field and crust. But with fuel running low, NASA decided to fly them into a mountain…
When you're perusing your Facebook account, your brain might be fooling you into thinking you're doing something incredibly creative and productive that will improve your life. If only that were true!
Have you met Ebb and Flow? The twin spacecraft entered lunar orbit last month with aims of uncovering the mystery of the Moon's formation.
Want to change the track or adjust the volume on these wireless flOw iPod speakers? Simple. Just pick them up, turn them over or give them a shake, and the deed is done thanks to accelerometers housed within.
Given the recent rumors about a "revolutionary" new manufacturing process from Apple involving water jet-cut aluminum for new MacBooks, it seemed appropriate to discuss a new product coming out of the 2008 Fabtech International & AWS Welding show. The FLOW is a 6-axis system that perform full 3D water cutting without…