You know the book. A kid winds up in the forest with nothing but a small hand axe and figures out how to survive. A hatchet is one of the most versatile tools you can take with you in the outdoors, this is how you use one and how you'll manage to keep all your fingers and toes when you do.
You already saw Apple's selection for best apps of the year 2012—which were kind of crappy and ridiculous. Here's Google's own list of best apps for Android. It's not much better than Apple's. Check them out and tell us what you think in the comments.
This is something that has always been obvious to me, but it's nice to see some actual data on it: if you want to get a higher chance of retweets, your tweet's length should be 71 to 100 characters.
You're getting classy. You've served your guests enough Miller High Life. When you entertain, you want to do it with style. It's time to set up a proper home bar.
I was about to call this Ideo electric commuter bike the best, well, something, but that's just not the case. It won an important competition in Oregon, the Manifest bike building competition, and that's where the accolades stop.
It all seems a bit for naught, with the earth in obvious upheaval, spawning one natural disaster after another and careening toward a horrible, fiery, and certain end next year. But until that happens, there are some pretty cool gadgets to play with! Here's the best of bunch from August.
The H in HP must stand for Highlander because the TouchPad cannot freaking die! Even when HP cut off its oxygen, what happens? It becomes the second-best selling tablet in the world! Now HP says they have some updates planned.
It's been another month, and an amazing batch of gadgets has once again piled up on our doorstep. If we were being honest about which we've loved the most the past few weeks, this list would be nothing but air conditioners. But apparently we're not allowed to do that. So here are the other gadgets that captured our…
The year's half over and summer is upon us. That can only mean one thing: it's time for the young among us to sit in a dark room and stare at a backlit screen for 18-20 hours a day (and for the rest of us to be jealous of them). Here's the newest batch of Bestmodo gadgets to keep you an unhealthy shade of alabaster…
January has come! And gone. And with it, a lot of broken New Year's Resolutions. But also, new additions to our wonderful list of favorite gadgets. Check out the full roster of Bestmodo's newest inductees below.
Fresh for the new year, Best Buy is ready to launch an initiative where they will buy back your old tech gear at a percentage of its original cost. That means laptops, tablets, televisions and phones will all be returnable.
If you happen to be in Times Square any time soon, you may notice this billboard for Best Buy's electronics recycling program. Make sure you take a close look! It's composed entirely of outmoded gear.
Tomorrow might not be the best day to go to Best Buy, as two independent sources (one of which we've used in the past) have warned us of extensive store-level layoffs. UPDATE
Bricks! Minifigs! Spaceships! Star Wars! Airplanes! Robots! Sex! Secret Vaults! Our exclusive trip to the Lego mothership! More than six million read the best Lego stories of 2008. Check the Top 10 and my favorites.
Watermelon is the best fruit, so this watermelon wrist rest screen cleaner is just about the greatest computer accessory ever.
We've seen a lot of futuristic visions this past year, but sometimes even the coolest ones aren't exactly "best." I mean, the greenified New York City in I Am Legend looked great, but who would want to be the guy in that future? For our list of best futures, we've picked tomorrows that are sometimes perilous but…
The first time travel tale to ever appear on television was in 1959 on The Twilight Zone, and since then there have been scads of time-tripping adventures available to viewers, some good and some bad. Here's a list of some of the best and worst chronoscopic escapades that television has to offer.