“Did someone send you a fancy crack pipe?”
Gizmodo's Kyle Wagner makes a great argument for an easy feature that should be implemented by every phone manufacturer: require a passcode to turn it off. That alone could stop thieves from stealing your phone, because the phone will stay on to be tracked.
The Kata ABS-HD starts as a pouch about the size of a book. One minute of blowing later, it's a carry-on bag that can protect a full-size camcorder. And that is a really excellent idea.
When I travel, there are a few essentials I always pack: a nice pair of shoes, my toiletry kit, extra socks. Oh, and a full bar, of course.
Eureka happens to be one of my favorite shows on TV, and the fact that the University of Queensland plans to build a nerd nest similar to the fictional stronghold makes me very happy. Especially since they're not tied up with that meddling Department of Defense. The "multibillion-dollar brain city" on the western…
Update: Unsurprisingly, this is bunk, as confirmed by Ann Arbor officials. But hey, the concept is still… interesting.
Everybody knows that the biggest, most bustling cities in America are Ann Arbor and Detroit, Michigan. You know what they say: "If you can make it in Ann Arbor, you can make it anywhere!" That's why…
It was the best of theaters and it was the worst of theaters, when two worlds collided—but literary references aside, it's all good. In the front of the room you'll see a 140-inch screen for a projector, and in the back of the room? There sits a 42-inch plasma display. Why?