The internet may be the most important and influential invention of all time.
Just how much do we use it exactly?
Microsoft showcased their Kinect 2.0 technology at TechFest in Redmond, Washington this week.
The coolest feature? It can generate near instant 3D models of anything you can think of.
Whether you’re a smoker or not, you’ve probably noticed the growing problem all over the globe that is the cigarette filter or butt.
Besides the obvious, there’s a lot that people don’t know about cigarette butts. Many cigarette butts are toxic, they release carcinogenic pollutants that can harm wildlife. Cellulose acetate breathed in from filters has been know to cause lung damage in some cases.
Cigarette butts are the most numerically frequent litter in the world; 4.5 Trillion cigarette butts are littered each year. Believe it or not, current filters are actually biodegradable, but they can take as much as 15-20 years to fully decompose. As you might imagine, these butts have been adding up quick. What can we do?
What happens when you shoot 15,000 volts through a slab of wood?
Using one first person shooter per year, a team from NoFrag.com put together this short, yet fascinating trip down memory lane.
The video showcases the in-game metamorphosis of graphics, speed and overall gaming capabilities over the last 20 years, from 1992 to 2012.
What do you get when you combine a LED clad deck, a creative street skater, the streets of the Czech republic and a remote controlled drone camera?
Some serious eye candy.
Here’s an eye-opening video on the distribution of wealth in America.
The focus of the clip is on the true inequality in our country vs. what the American public perceives the inequality to be.
The reality is often not what we think it is.
To promote their brand spankin’ new 2013 RS4 Avant, Audi hooked the new whips up with some hood mounted weapons and set them free in a military aircraft hangar.