Technology

Before Pong & The Video Game Revolution
I saw a picture of this and it reminded me when this was what kids played with before video games. We can thank the British Engineer Denys Fisher who invented it and first sold it in 1965. It is still sold to this day by the well known toy company Hasbro...
Sick Of Making The Bed? How About A Bed That Makes Itself?
I don't make the bed. Honestly and truthfully, I don't have to. Nobody goes in our bedroom other than my wife and I and my kids do sometimes, but it's no big deal. We have no reason to make the bed but with this invention, we'd be more apt to give it a shot for the sake of tidine…
Could ‘Leap’ Make The Computer Mouse Obsolete?
The mouse has been around for a long time. Along the way there have been variations like trackballs, touchpads and more, but most are basically variations of the famous and familiar computer mouse. That may come to an end with the new Leap. Like Xbox Kinect, it allows you to more interact with any c…
What To Do When You Drop Your iPhone In The Toilet
How many stories do you have that has the phrase, "So, I turned my head for a second..." That just happened to me. Before I knew it, my iPhone was in the toilet completely submerged in water. What now? Is there any chance for salvation? Although chances may be bleak, there are a fe…
If You Dig A Hole Through Yakima, Where Will You End Up?
Because I grew up with Looney Toons I always thought if you dig through the Earth you would end up in China. There's a fun website call Andipodes Map where it takes any location and gives you the polar opposite. As in, if you had the means to drill through the center of the earth, where would you po…
How the Tupac Shakur Hologram Worked at Coachella
As we previously reported, the virtual Tupac Shakur that performed at the Coachella Music Festival on Sunday (April 15) was a 2-D image and not a hologram, which is in 3-D. Not that it made Tupac’s resurrection any less spectacular. In fact, it was clearly one of the most amazing per…

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