It might look more like abstract art than anything else, but you're actually looking at a series of observations of the Sun.
The SoHo Apple Store in New York City has just opened its doors after its recent renovation and Core 77 has noticed something amazing: the stunning new glass panels flanking its stairs. At more than 30 feet long each, these things are impossibly huge and beautiful.
What's the only thing more exciting than a new Core i7 MacBook Air at your local Apple Store? No, not the Genius Bar helping you out with a cracked iPhone screen—a ranting, pot-smoking lunatic crashing a Q&A. Naked.
Last week, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) detected a full halo coronal mass ejection. Fortunately, the Sun didn't actually burp straight into our direction, so we were safe. This is the video of it:
The Pitch: Belkin's SOHO KVM, which allows you to plug in a DVI or VGA monitor and four different machines to swap between workstations without showing your plumber's crack to everyone. $159.
The Catch: It doesn't look like it's from 1995, which is more than we can say for just about every other KVM we've ever seen.