The world's first 2.5-inch HDD intended for tablets (but also available as a standalone device) has one thing going for it: It allows Archos to release two new G9 tablets that'll each have 250GB of storage. That is a lot of room. But HDDs aren't a good component for tablets, even if they are 7mm thin. With a laptop,…
Yet another lawsuit—this time between Viacom and Cablevision—was started today. Reuters reports that the alleged culprit, Cablevision, is being accused of "unauthorized streaming of [Viacom's] programming on devices such as Apple Inc's iPad."
The Vatican's lending iPods to pilgrims touring the Catholic church's stomping ground. The aim is twofold: On one hand, it'll lower noise brought on by yapping tour guides; on the other, they hope to attract younger members of the faith.
Manna may have come from heaven, but ramen comes from machines. In eight hours, Bullex's Bigger Automatic Instant Noodle Production Line produces nearly a quarter million bags of noodles. Enough to feed the citizens of Springfield, Illinois two (literal) squares a day—just like instant ramen's creator intended.
The best battery is one that lasts forever. The runner-up is one that charges because you're using the device it powers. And Australian researches are trying to make the latter a more mainstream reality.
This week on TreeHugger, a public urinal feeds plants with pee, shark attacks ocean robot, beer cans recycled into a surfboard, giant OLED globe is *amazing*, funky solar lamps, floating pools, and more!
If Motorola is as good at releasing a 4G Xoom as they were at upgrading the 3G model, I wouldn't count on ever seeing one.
Any iPhone-packing gamer out there will have a tough time resisting this Game Boy iPhone 4 case. I don't even own an iPhone and I'm considering it.
Every American knows (or should know) they've got a right to an attorney. But when you're being arrested at 2 AM, legal counsel may prove hard to find. Not so with LawyerUp.
Imagine: You walk into a bar and instantly your iPhone tells you there are five people there who also like classic death metal and produce photography. Well Mac Rumors found an Apple patent that may do just that.
This week on TreeHugger, a wind-powered bike zips at 140 mph, a boat made from 100% trash sets sail, an astronaut harvests space cucumbers, insect-inspired LED lamps, and more!
From deafening monkey howls to snapping crustacean claws, animals use powerful sounds to do everything from claim territory to stun prey.
Here at Giz, we're all fans of facial hair. And though not all of us prefer having hair on our faces, we know a good 'stache when we see one.
A cannibalistic star sounds like something fit for a sci-fi flick, but it's a real thing. And it's called a "blue straggler."
Paleontologist Jack Horner wants a pet dinosaur. (I'm right there with you, Jack.) And according to his TED talk, we're actually getting closer to making Jurassic Park a reality. Thanks to chickens.
Life just keeps getting better for you iOS'ers out there. A photo from 9 to 5 Mac shows code that would add a panoramic camera mode to iOS 5's final release. And the good news doesn't stop with pano-capabilities. iOS 5 is also built to play HD videos in full 1080p, something that's all too appropriate if they're going…
A lot of writers like to see readers react to their work—it's gratifying. But as Tweetage Wasteland's Dave Pell explains, sometimes what happens on the Internet needs to stay on the Internet.
We live in a day where cell technology is nearly foolproof—until your cell drops the signal. Then you're screwed. But Google Maps may change this hard fact of life as early as this summer.