I can't even imagine trying to live in a big city, spending thousands of dollars in rent, just to live in a tiny apartment. Simon Woodroffe has created something from out of the future that basically allows the transformation of a tiny apartment into a big one.
Remember back in 2005 when Myspace was cool? We blogged about our crush from middle school science class, took those "what would you do if..." surveys, and felt honored when we made it into someone's "top friends" box. Those were the days.
This is one of the dumbest things I've ever seen. This Japanese company called Neurowear, created a phone app that reads your mood and a stupid tail that wags right along with that mood. This isn't the only dumb idea they've had, check out these other Neurowear products.
Just when you thought society couldn't get any lazier, a company has created a light bulb that is controlled by your smartphone. I think this Kickstarter project is so cool, well, not cool enough for me to dump money into it but cool nonetheless.
Do you ever wonder why some folks will actually wait in line for days for the release of a new product, mainly Apple's iPhone 5? Well, Youtube interview Sam Roberts got to the bottom of at least why one woman had camped out two days for the iPhone, and her reasoning will probably make your head hurt.
After taking much of 2012 off, Avenged Sevenfold return with the track 'Carry On,' which was recorded for 'Call of Duty: Black Ops II.' Listen to the band's first (and probably only) new song to be released in 2012.
People sure do love their iPhones, but they also can't seem to stop dropping them—good news for the booming iPhone-repair business. In fact, a recent accident survey by SquareTrade found that the American population has spent nearly $5.9 billion fixing their damaged phones since the first device hit the market in 2007.
Security software company McAfee, Inc. released its annual report today of the celebrities most likely to give you a virus. And, no, Lindsay Lohan wasn't at the top of the list. Instead, it was Emma Watson of 'Harry Potter' fame. But she seems so innocent. Oh, computer virus. Noted.
Walmart, the world’s largest retail chain, is currently testing a “scan and go” iPhone application that would allow customers to scan items as they shop and pay more quickly and conveniently at a self-checkout counter.
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