The New York Times is reporting that insiders briefed on Facebook's plans have revealed that the company intends to introduce a free iPad application optimized for the tablet—and it will be out in the next few weeks.
The Photofast i-FlashDrive will transfer your music, photo and movie files between iOS devices, even without a computer. It might look like a plain, two-sided USB and 30-pin dock connector at first glance, but it's more than that.
At the Texas Heart Institute, doctors have developed an artificial heart replacement that produces no discernible pulse or audible heartbeat.
This was taken with the iPhone 4 native camera. I was in Chicago with my brother, looked up inside the Millennium Park Bean and shot. I've found three occurrences of my brother and me in the pic, but I'm guessing the total occurrence is INFINITE.
This footwear might look like the spawn of a three-way with shoes, stilts and a computer, but the super-awkward ForceShoe is actually a smartie, telling you exactly how you walk.
According to AllThingsD, Spotify has just signed a distribution deal with Universal Music Group, the world's largest music label. This means that they have now secured deals with with three of the four largest labels—just minus Warner Music.
IBM researchers have created the first graphene-based integrated circuit constructed on a wafer of silicon, in a setup that's smaller than a grain of salt. The circuit is a broadband frequency mixer, which can operate up to a decent 10GHz.
Since 1946, electronic media coverage of federal district courts has been expressly prohibited. But now, fourteen federal trial courts and 100 judges will participate in a three-year digital video pilot, a first for the Federal Judiciary.
When I read about this challenge, I immediately thought about my inspiration photo. When I called my sister and told her about the challenge, she indicated that she thought of the same photo. My parents have had this photo up in their house since 1985. I have always called it the "Hmph" photo since my sister and I…
At the Swinburne University of Technology in Australia, a bunch of students just invented a machine called Ruby, which can solve a Rubik's Cube in 10.69 seconds—the fastest ever for a robot.
Camera Model Canon EOS 50D
Lens EF28-135 IS USM (IS off)
Focal Length 55.0mm - 135mm
2 x 1500W Fluorescent bulbs (No Diffusion)
Processing: removed strings holding up the guitar
Camera: Canon EOS 40D
Lens: Tamron 17-50 2.8
Focal Lenth 50mm