NVIDIA's Shield Tablet delivers the perfect mix of power, portability, and performance. At $299, it sports an 8-inch HD display (1920x1200), NVIDIA Tegra K1 2.2 GHz processor, 16GB of Flash memory, 2GB of RAM, and Android Kit Kat 4.4. There's also an optional $59 wireless controller as well as a $39 cover that doubles as a kickstand, too. Matt Wuebbling, the general manager for the Shield tablet, says: "We really think this is a perfect device for gamers. A really high cross-section of people have tablets and want a tablet for gaming." Product page. Continue reading for a detailed unboxing video, hands-on pictures, and more information.
No enemy will want to be on the receiving end of DREAD, a high-tech gun capable of pumping out 120,000 rounds per minute of .308 and .50 caliber round metal balls at 8000 feet per second (ft/s). The M-16 rifle, which delivers its ammunition at 3200 ft/s, and can shoot a mere 900 rounds per minute, has nothing on it. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you should never tailgate.
Believe it or not, these two - 11-week-old baby Eisleigh and 8-week-old Pitbull puppy named Clyde - are best of friends. MyFOX8 says, "Clyde was connected to Eisleigh as soon as we picked him up. Surely he wasn't aware what was happening to him. He climbed into Eisleigh's car seat and snuggled with her the whole way home. It seemed very comforting to him. To both of them really...it was love at first sight, oddly enough." Continue reading for another video and more pictures.
Sure, this may be low quality camera phone footage from San Diego Comic Con 2014, but it's a first look at Batman vs. Superman nonetheless. This teaser trailer opens with a shot of Batman pulling a tarp off of the Batsignal. You get a glimpse of the amazing Batsuit, similar to the Frank Miller battle armor, complete with glowing white eyes. Continue reading for the teaser trailer review and more information.
When is a home not just a place where you eat, rest, etc.? When it's made from an old airplane hanger. Archinet says that the "structure maintains its corrugated metal walls and cavernous space, allowing room for a restored 1930s golden yellow and red Piper Cub to sit naturally next to a late model, bright red Porsche. The theme is set as past and present come together inside as a mixture of industrial colors and metallic textures blend with soft furnishings and a pop of red throughout." Continue reading to see more awesome homes made from things you'd never expect.
Located in Tehran, the Sharifi House - designed by Iranian architects at nextoffice - boasts a series of mobile rooms that can be rotated to provide extra space and get optimal amounts of sunlight at the push of a button. Think of this structure as containing a fixed main volume with mobile parts that adapt to the functional needs of its users - rooms of the first and third floors can be reconfigured for different purposes and seasons. Continue reading for additional images and information.
GAEMS Vanguard wants to make sure your road / business / personal trips include some PS4 gaming, complete with an integrated 19-inch LED HD display, stereo speakers, and dual headphone jacks. Plus, there's also storage bags to hold your controllers, power supplies, and other accessories. Product page. Continue reading for a detailed video review.
At first glance, this might look like displays at a museum, but it's actually the subway in Stockholm, Sweden. The Stockholm metro is well known for its decoration of the stations; it has been called the longest art gallery in the world. Several of the stations (especially on the Blue Line) are left with the bedrock exposed, crude and unfinished, or as part of the decorations. At Rissne, an informative wall fresco about the history of Earth's civilizations runs along both sides of the platform. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a 3-year-old who held on a little bit too tightly to an amusement park ride.
Rather than give coins back, Turkish company Pugedon's new machine in Istanbul gives food and water for the city's stray dogs when plastic bottles are recycled. After a bottle is deposited up top, food is released at the bottom, and the Pugedon Smart Recycling Boxes operate at no charge to the city, with recycled bottles covering the cost of the food. For those who can't see the video above, continue reading for an animated image showing exactly how this machine works.
If seeing yourself in the mirror every morning isn't enough, the Selfie Toaster should do the trick. Created by the Vermont Novelty Toaster Corporation, this weird toaster allows customers to burn impressions of their photos to create personalized toast. After uploading your selfie, transfers them into their CAD program for use with the CNC plasma cutter. Continue reading for more pictures and information.