Making a good drink isn't always the easiest endeavor. ReJigger, a Kickstarter project turned real product, aims to simplify the cocktail process for those of us playing the boozy home game. The democratization of the craft cocktail is a great idea, but here's the thing: You gotta respect the craft.
Everybody hates wires, but if you want crazy speed, they're the way to go. But maybe not anymore. A team of German scientists have developed record-setting Wi-Fi that cooks right along at 100 Gigabits per second. You know, like Google Fiber but times 100.
Doesn't matter if your regional disaster is a flood, tornado, hurricane, snowpocalypse, or earthquake, when the next one strikes you're going to need to be ready for it. Here's what you should have on hand to keep you and yours safe for at least three days.
If you've ever wondered what it might be like to be a photographer at a major sporting event, Pop Photo has the next best thing: an in-depth interview with Getty photographer Streeter Lecka, who's going to be shooting the London Olympics in intimate detail.
Bubbles are amazing. They seem to make any drink (or bath) more fun, more refreshing. Ever wish you could carbonate your whiskey, or wine, or mixed drink without diluting it with watery, zero-percent-alcohol liquid? The Perlini System by Perlage was built to do just that. Oh hell yes.
That's right. You don't have to spend hundreds of dollars to upgrade your iPhone 4 to the iPhone 4S. Just buy this special kit. It is just 99 cents! It's easy. Here's how:
The official Kinect for Windows SDK beta is now available for download. It's for non-commercial use only, aimed at researchers, academics and hobbyist developers, but the download is free, and available in both 32- and 64-bit formats.
Whenever James Bond needed a nifty device to snap a surreptitious surveillance picture or escape the gilded clutches of Auric Goldfinger, he could count on the ingenious minds in the Secret Service's Q Division to devise a solution. Real-world Bonds working for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, and its precursor…
Actually, he wouldn't have, but only because in the 60s you needed a thousand-mile cable to carry a telephone around. And because he's too cool for the iPhone. Still, the batmanesque iBike Rider looks great for bikers with iPhones.
Sony's a850 DSLR, which looks exactly like the a900, was found lurking in a European online shop both by itself and with a lens kit. The bad part? It might be quite a bit more than the suspected $2,000.
It's a plane! It's a boat! No, it's a car! Wait... a dog? A desktop plane? A windmill? Actually, it's a solar powered toy that doesn't need any screws or tools to transform.
American Toy and Invention Co. is selling a kit that'll let you build, implode, and rebuild a multi-story structure that looks strangely enough like the 5th Avenue Apple flagship retail space. I'm sure it teaches about the physics of demolition, but hey! Stuff's blowing up! Stuff with iPods inside!
According to the designers, the Pleasurecraft "is a vehicular kit that choreographs gesture and landscape to produce an outing full of splendor and romance." This little love boat comes equipped with everything the awkward nerd needs to transform into a cool Casanova : luxurious pillows, a champagne cooler,…
Being caught unprepared during a zombie attack is tantamount to jumping into a lion cage with big pieces of ham strapped to your neck. Be prepared. And part of being prepared is having the right equipment, which is why you should invest in these Zombie Survival Kits now for sale on eBay. You'll never know when you…
The most recognizable signature of the Knight Rider car KITT (besides its bulletproof body, turbo boost and smarmy Mr. Feeney voice) is its evil red LED scanner. Muscle Car Blog has the info on how the new KITT's LED scanners work.
We had a wail of a time at CES 2008, but we were not the only ones. The various robots on display were also going nuts at the convention. We have rounded them all up in this excellent video, showing you the neat robotics that we thought were worthy of a video shout out. Hit the clip to see them in action, and then…
Starting this Friday, Via Technologies will roll out their ARTiGO do-it-yourself mini-pc kit for any hacker looking for a fun (but brief) holiday project. The package includes an EPIA PX10000 Pico-ITX motherboard with a1-GHz C7 Via processor, a chassis, power adapter, and essential accessories—but you are on your own…
It is high-time that your Star Wars figures, GI Joes and Barbies woke up from their fantasy worlds and realized that in the real world, there are limits to the power we can consume. The first step in their education would be to move into one of these Power Houses and learn what life would be like without fossil fuels.…