I take buses and trains everywhere in the San Francisco area, and I know the city’s bus routes better than I know the UX on my phone. So I had to try Leap, the city’s new private bus service. It was a nice experience in many ways, but I wouldn’t recommend it – and not just because of the $6 price tag.
There's no wrong age to start teaching kids a little responsibility, but Leatherman's new Leap, a multi-tool specifically designer for users with smaller hands, is probably best suited to youngsters who've already mastered a knife and fork, and certainly know not to run with scissors.
Looks like the FCC has officially given its blessing to AT&T's Leap Wireless acquisition—which is mostly good news for users. As a result, AT&T is promising more value-conscious plans to appease ex-Cricket users and the addition of LTE on unused Leap spectrums.
We've already seen what the Leap Motion can do in apps that support it, but it stands to make your everyday OS-level boredom into a futuristic gesture-controlled wonderland too. This new video shows exactly what kind of applications you can look forward to on your Windows 8 machine, at it seems at least as cool as…
The world of crappy remakes won't even stop with actual crappy movies. Asylum makes a Megapiranha movie, crabs continues ravaging France and two shorts worth your attention.
Filmmaker Dan Gaud says he shot the whole thing in two days with a RED digital camera (the same camera that Peter Jackson uses for his work, and which was used to shoot District 9). The short film will be 6 minutes when complete, and Gaud says: