This is just hilarious. An Australian couple, who were spotted on Google Street view a few miles before, drove ahead and reappeared on Google street view – simulating ‘bonnet-sex’ as the man swigs on a bottle. You need to see this.
The key problem in the area of time travel has been overcoming the problem of transporting one’s physical body into the future. It was reported today that an Iranian scientist who goes by the name of Ali Razeghi has solved that problem by “bringing the future” to us, and not the other way round. Genius.
You know those times when your flight runs late you are stuck and use up all your battery to entertain yourself? This Portable Powerbank will keep you out of trouble. Never get stranded with an uncharged phone or iPad again – this deal truly is a life saver.
Scientists at Stanford University have developed a new way of looking at the brain – they make the brain tissue almost transparent.
Internet giant, Google has confirmed that it will be extending its super fast fibre broadband services to Austin, Texas, where residents will be enjoying internet speeds of one gigabyte per second by 2014.
On 8 April 2014, the life of Windows XP will be over, making Monday the first day of the operating system’s last year. Shame, man
The Slingshot Channel has invented a male condom applicator in response to the Bill Gates “Develop the Next Generation of Condom” challenge., and it’s a little bit terrifying.
Genius. Save your screen from smudging and shattering in one fell swoop. Up your finger speed, keep your screen clean, and save yourself the tears of a dropped iPad with these keyboard covers
A team of lonely Japanese engineering students have developed what they call a “fulfillment coat”. The coat gives the wearer a cuddle from behind, and whispers gentle loving words into their ears.
This camera uses infrared laser beams to scan objects while the light gets reflected back to the camera. Adetector measures the distance and calculates the disctance between the camera and the object, and bam you have your 3-D image.
It’s earth month everyone, and as a tribute to our pale blue dot, NASA has put together a highlights reel of shots of the earth from space captured over the course of 2012, so we can “understand and sustain our home planet”.
A laser. On a boat. Shooting down drones. If you’re going to engage in warfare, you might as well do it stylishly. Check out this incredible video
TechCrunch founder, Michael Arrington has been accused of physical abuse and rape. The allegations were made by his ex-girlfriend, Jenn Allen in a Facebook post to her 4 500 followers
The use of the iPad in schools and for other forms of education, even for babies is known throughout the world – and now the blind will be part of this movement in education. Check it out
This hi-tech bracelet has mobile phone technology built in which can send prepared messages when the bracelet is triggered, using phone and sat-nav technology to warn of the wearer being in danger, and pinpoint their exact location. Distress alerts are sent as posts to Facebook and Twitter.
Three Indian automobile engineering students at the SRM Institute of Science and Technology University in Chennai claim to have developed a sexual offences defence in India in the form of lingerie
Is it an app? Is it a phone? It’s neither. Click through for a full rundown of Facebook Home
If this is Zuckerberg’s first website, then you’re looking at the genesis of Facebook. This is true originality – genius, even – right here.
If you’re struggling to unwind, maybe its time you realigned your chakras. And your smart phone can help you do just that. Check it out!
Yesterday marked the 40th anniversary of the first cell phone call. Take a look at the progression of the phone over the last four decades, from the “brick” to the almost paper thin smartphones of today.
You know those times when the picture would look better if your screen was just a tad larger? Well, a group of MIT students (of course) developed an app that can solve this, and a few other problems you might be dealing with
There was once a time when all social media platforms were in harmony. There was no bickering or back handed fighting. That time is no more. Find out why
The construction of the World Trade Center’s first tower is almost complete, and to build excitement, the New York Port Authority has offered a glimpse of the Big Apple from the 100th floor of the observation deck. And they are incredible, but that’s probably to be expected from the tallest building in the Western hemisphere, [...]
According to Apple blogger, John Gruber, iOS (the operating software run on iPhones, iPads and iPods) is getting a face lift – a big one. Insider info is that Apple engineers – who are permitted to carry around unreleased products and software – have a filter on their screens, so side viewers can’t sneak a peak. [...]
Murder accused Oscar Pistorius shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on the morning of Valentine’s Day this year. An online support group for the accused have dubbed themselves the “Pistorians” on social networks (give #pistorians a search). In addition to aggressively attacking anyone who posits a view of Pistorius that isn’t overwhelmingly sympathetic, the [...]
The United States Embassy in Cairo has gained notoriety for being rather active on Twitter. And yesterday was no different, with the embassy taking a swipe at Egyptian President, Mohamamed Morsi with the weapon that is Jon Stewart’s satire. A US Embassy tweet linked to a Jon Stewart segment on the “Daily Show”, in which [...]
News broke last month of an assault at a Bloemfontein petrol station convenience store in the early hours of March 2 on brothers Eben and Neil Sonnekus by off-duty policeman, Christoffel Neuhoff. Footage released of the assault shows a man alleged to be Neuhoff striking Neil Sonnekus from behind, knocking him out cold. He then attacks Eben Sonnekus [...]
Virtual currency, Bitcoin is now valued at over $1 billion (R9,25 billion), and unlike traditional currency , you “can download every Bitcoin transcation that’s ever taken place and, more interestingly, tap into those transactions in close to real time.” University student Maximillian Laumeister created the “Listen to Bitcoin” website, which produces a sound for every transaction [...]