Saturday, January 20, 2018

By Andrew Liszewski YouTube and other video sharing sites have made finding and watching clips of men getting hit in the groin by footballs extremely easy for everyone from kids to grandparents....

By Evan Ackerman NASA's new Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Common Extensible Cryogenic Engine (CECE) runs on hydrogen and oxygen. The H and O combine, igniting into 5,000 degree steam and releasing a...

By Evan Ackerman Unlike the ambiguously betentacled USB sea creatures we've seen before, this is most definitely a USB squid, and not a cuttlefish. Nifer Fahrion makes each DataSquid by hand out...

By Andrew Liszewski Nintendo sent over a DSi review unit for me to give a once over, and I've finally gotten around to processing and posting my photos comparing the new...

By Andrew Liszewski Wristbands designed to monitor your exposure to harmful UVA and UVB rays are nothing new, but I particularly like the UVSunSense bands because they'll also let you know when...

By Evan Ackerman There is of course no way to improve on tape after 3M came out with this nuclear grade stuff. But that's not going to stop Art Lebedev from trying......

By Luke Anderson I'll be the first to admit that the whole “World War II” game concept has been overdone. I've lost count of the sheer number of titles with that exact...

By Evan Ackerman 3D printers are not quite home appliances yet, but that doesn't mean we don't have a use for them. Sometimes, objects you want simply don't exist. Shapeways does the...

By Evan Ackerman iRiver's Wave Home is, I guess, primarily a VoIP console. But it's got a touchscreen, it's got internet, it's got an OS that supports a variety of widgets... Really,...