We know it becomes very cumbersome to lug around your death-ray from flat to flat. Urgh – and finding property in town with two bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, with a pool big enough to house your sharks with frickin lasers can be such a hassle.
Showing the middle finger to gravity, these skateboarders have taken over the rooftops of NYC. Enjoy the resulting footage taken from the film ‘Tengu: God of Mischief’.
Up until recently, Google Glass was only available in one very nerdy frame. But with their new Titanium Collection, Google is trying to make strapping a screen to your face a bit trendier. Four new frames are on their way.
Have a spare $330,000 lying around? In a couple of months you could be the proud owner of thousands of sports goggles, flexible shoes, headphones, a blender or colourful football and bike helmets – nearly anything you can think of made from polymers.
It’s been three long decades since Apple released its first-ever Macintosh computer for $2,495. Today, the company stands comfortably on top of the tech industry.
When one thinks of a table tennis game, an image of a small ball being paddled repetitively over a miniature net hardly brings a smirk to your face. But this match between Jean-Michel Saive and Chuang Chih-yuan at the Tai Ben Invitational, will make you a fan of the sport.
Never mind wife swap, this is body swap. Yes folks, there’s a device out there that lets you see, hear, and even feel what what it’s like in another person’s body.
The 56th Grammy Awards reunited Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for a special performance of ‘Queenie Eye’ taken from McCartney’s 2013 album, ‘New’. The two Beatles members didn’t miss a beat and had the entire crowd of the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on their feet by the end of the song.
Jonah Hill made his third appearance as host of SNL over the weekend. Having played alongside the likes of Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio of late, he took the opportunity to downplay their contributions and flaunt himself while he had the spotlight.
Mitt Romney appeared alongside Jimmy Fallon on ‘Late Night’ last Friday, and performed with him as they slow jammed the news.
Please meet Master Wong. Unlike some Kung Fu teachers who emphasise patience, discipline and self-defence, all Wong wants is for you to be professional, to understand what you’re doing – and to fuck up that motherfucker.
When you buy a SAX Appeal magazine, not only are you donating money towards a good cause, you’re also ensuring that at least one student hasn’t spent the night binge drinking and getting dressed up in ridiculous outfits for nothing.
The Justin Bieber edition of the child-star-goes-crazy syndrome is officially underway, as the Canadian singer was arrested in Miami on Thursday morning.
No, Bill Gates hasn’t decided to become a YouTube celebrity – he’s just taken an unorthodox approach to creating awareness about the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation.
Samsung has already gone ahead and given the smart watch a go – with mixed reactions.
God bless the Royal Air force, for they have just given us all the opportunity to sit inside the cockpit of a RAF Typhoon jet.
A team of scientists and researchers have discovered a previously-unknown species of dead-leaf toad in the mountains of the Peruvian Andes.
There’s nothing quite as fun as mocking old-school music videos. And Noel Gallagher does it best.
One of the worlds rarest and most coveted diamonds has been found at the Cullinan mine in Pretoria – and sent straight to London.
It’s hard to accept that it’s been three whole decades since Apple changed the tech marketing game with their iconic ‘1984’ ad that aired during the Super Bowl.
Specifically, the weird rock appeared near the Mars Rover ‘Opportunity’, which has been exploring the red planet since 2004.
Chateau Marmont is one of Los Angeles’ most historic and mythical hotels. Far more than a B’n’B, this place houses some of Hollywood’s best kept secrets.
Snowden became one of the world’s most wanted men when he leaked information about the extent of the surveillance power of the NSA.
That soul-destroying sensation of patting your phone-pocket and finding nothing can only be matched in awfulness by the sight of your phone plummeting towards a concrete floor at high speed.
Now more than ever, the still image is one of the most dominant forms of media in the world. More importantly, more people in the world have access to some sort of camera than ever before in history.