Why just chop wood, when you could obliterate it, with a V8-powered chainsaw? Meet Predator, a 2-man chainsaw powered by a 300-horsepower V8 engine, capable of cutting through a 3' log in less than a second. One problem...it weighs over 500-pounds. However, if a logging job requires 2-second runs, then look no further than this monster. Continue reading for two more videos.
Anker's Lumos LED Desk Lamp is a multi-purpose gadget that can not only be used for illumination, but gadget charging as well, and you can get one for $34.49 with coupon code: 7PS4I69A, today only, originally $99.99. Choose between 4 lighting modes (study, read, relax and bedtime) and 5 dimming levels. The adjustable lamp-arm, with turnable base, ensures that you're able to get the perfect angles when needed, and built-in USB port charges smartphones, tablets, etc. at speeds up to 2 amps. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: 7PS4I69A on the final checkout page for the additional discount.
We've covered the Taurus Curve, the "world's first and only curved firearm engineered to fit the unique contours of your bodycurved firearm," but now hands-on reviews are finally hitting the web. Not your standard .380, this $392 weapon features the industry's first-ever LED light and laser built right into its 10.2-ounce frame. There's also an integrated holster-free belt clip, 6 + 1 capacity, and a snag-free design. Continue reading for two more videos, including an unboxing, and additional information.
California-based Hoverboard Technologies reveals "The Hoverboard", and while it's Back to the Future-inspired, the device does not hover, but rather uses a central wheel that acts like a Segway-style gyroscope to maintain balance, control direction and create a 'floating feeling.' It can hit speeds up to 16mph and travel 12-miles when fully charged. "Minimalistic, efficient and intuitively engineered to respond to subtle shifts in body weight, the Hoverboard's innovative design becomes an extension of the rider. Precision sensors create a floating feeling as you surf the pavement, zoom up and down hills or just cruise with the wind in your face and your mind on other things. With the Hoverboard, each trip is as thrilling as you want to make it," said the company. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the Pluto system as seen by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft.
When is a candle, not just something you place on the shelf and forget about? When you've got one from The Jacks, a new line of 3D-printed candle holders that come in your choice of a ceramic skulls, deer or rabbit. They also offer special candles that complement the holders in the form of a brain, antlers and ears. The candles come in five colors, with each having four soft scents. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.
No, this isn't a prank or optical illusion, but rather a real military vehicle designed to look like a giant moving bush. It's not one the cutting edge of technology, but we can picture several scenarios in which such a vehicle may come in handy, as long as the soldiers inside do not peek too far over the brush. "By the looks of it, it's some sort of segmented, camouflaged personnel carrier. Beyond that, we know nothing about this strange beast," according to Digg. Continue reading for a video on Japan's military expansion.
Sony's Xperia Z5 Premium is the world's first 4K smartphone, with a 5.5-inch display that has an incredible pixel density of 806ppi (iPhone 6 Plus is 401ppi). Other features include, a zippy Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor running at 2.0-GHz, 3GB of RAM and a 23-megapixel camera with 0.03-second autofocus. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on pricing or availability. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
At first glance, this appears to be some type of floating barge, but the once-abandoned Solent Fort is now a luxurious hotel. Nestled a mile outside Portsmouth Harbor in Hampshire, England, this stylish boutique hotel is housed in what was formerly used to defend against naval attacks from the French. Guests must access the hotel by ferry or speed boat, and have the option of staying in several themed rooms, or for those who want the ultimate in luxury, the Crow's Nest luxury suites. Unfortunately, one night stays begin at $750USD. Continue reading for two more videos and additional pictures.
Finally, after years of being stuck as a concept, the Yamaha Tesseract, or at least some form, may be headed to production. So far, we know that it's powered by a V-twin engine with dual shafts driving the rear wheels instead of chains, which leads us to believe that Yamaha is actually developing this machine. A similar vehicle was recently spotted at a track event held by the company, and it definitely looks promising. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including five tips for faster Wi-Fi.
You may have heard about the world's thinnest house, but the Keret House in Poland has finally been completed. Nestled in between two buildings and masterminded by designer Jackub Szczesny, this structure measures just under 5-feet at its widest point, and spans 44-square-feet. Despite its minuscule size, it comes equipped with a functional kitchen, bedroom and even bathroom. Continue reading for more fascinating pictures.