YouTube user BITcrash44 claims he has invented a pair of devices that, along with an iPhone 4, allow him to wirelessly send a video signal to any screen. It looks fake, but it’s fun to watch nonetheless.
Graham Annable’s take on the height of a canine’s intellectual capabilities. We’d say more, but we’d rather not spoil it for you. Just enjoy Annable’s quirky animation, and watch the clip until the end.
(NSFW) Alexander Gellner and Niklas A. KrÃ¶ger captured all the changes, the awkwardness and the chaotic episodes of fun that we go through as we leave childhood but are not quite manly men yet.
While it “only” won 2 Oscars, it doesn’t mean that David O. Russell’s film biopic about Micky Ward and Dicky Eklund wasn’t one of the most acclaimed films of 2010. If you missed it, now’s your chance.
Seungwoo Kim’s award-winning Universal Plug concept makes it easy to pull out the plug with a single finge without risking damage to the cord. Plus, it’s got a glowing TRON-esque nightlight built in.
(Slightly NSFW) This show looks better every time we see new footage. This is no dumbed-down kiddie fantasy world. It’s every bit as intense and adult as anything we’ve seen on HBO. Starts 4/17.
It’s finally available! It has dual 6-in. drivers and a 6-in. subwoofer, USB and aux input, 3.5mm jack out, AM/FM, blending of audio from different inputs, and a volume knob that literally goes to 11.
Proof that cats are way more clever than dogs… and human babies. While your pet dog would lose its mind in excitement at the thought of playing fetch, this cat makes its playmate do all the work.
Measuring just 1.58â€ x 2.4â€ x 0.94â€ and weighing only 2.12oz, this handmade speaker has an FM receiver and plays MP3 files via USB and SD or MicroSD cards. Charges via USB cable.
Transformers in the ring? We will find out as Hugh Jackman stars in Shawn Levy’s Real Steel, a boxing drama set in the near future where 2,000-pound robot gladiators that look like humans do battle.
This is Jennifer Nicole’s dog Emma, who is utterly dumbfounded that the family cat seems to be inside the computer. Eventually she checks on the actual cat to see if she’s still in the real world.
Buck up and huck it – that’s exactly what Tyler Bradt did (with minor injuries) to make the insane 189′ world record waterfall descent at Palouse Falls. The drama begins at 2:30. (Thanks Nash!)
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