Architecture of Radio is probably one of the coolest apps we've come across in recent time, as it provides a 360° visualization of the digital world all around us, using your GPS location to give visual life to the signals around you. Created by software developer Richard Vijgen, it essentially plots the massive network of signals, both wired and wireless, using data collected from 7-million cell towers, 19-million Wi-Fi routers, and hundreds of satellites. "The purpose of this app is to make the invisible visible so we can look at it, think about it and discuss it," said Vijgen. Get it here now. Continue reading for another video of the incredible app in-action.
No, this isn't a joke or fan concept, but rather a real smartphone. The Pepsi P1 is officially licensed, with the first early bird run being limited to just 1000-units, priced at $78 in China. It features a a 5.5-inch curved glass display, a 1.7-GHz Octa-Core MediaTek MT6592 processor, Android 5.1 Lollipop, an aluminum unibody design, 13-megapixel camera in the rear, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and even a finger print sensor. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Zeus shooting a lightning bolt down in the middle of a street.
A man who survived an explosion near the Stade de France amid the Paris terror attacks said that his smartphone saved his life by blocking flying shrapnel from a suicide bombing. "I was crossing the street and straight away, boom, it exploded right in front of me. Everything was blown to bits and I felt stuff flying around and I left, I fell and then I got back up. So this is the cell phone that took the hit, it's what saved me. Otherwise my head would have been blown to bits," said Sylvestre. Continue reading for the video and more information.
Fans of the Apple IIe personal computer will appreciate the retro touches ColorWare applied on its limited edition, individually numbered iPhone 6S Retro handset. Unfortunately, style comes at a price, with the 16GB model priced at a whopping $1,599. "The glossy, rainbow Apple logo, the matte vanilla-colored exterior and faux vents harken back to the 1980s. The contrast of the sleek 21st century technology coupled with the old school look is a thrilling contradiction. Order one today," said ColorWare. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of "Snake" recreated in real-life.
The problem with smartphones is that larger displays tend to make the device not so portable, but what if there was a way to increase screen real estate, without sacrificing size? Meet LUNARK. When closed, it looks like a slightly bulky handset, but flip LUNARK open, and you'll see that there's a secondary display that is great for games, video calls, etc. This would also be perfect for opening up two apps together side-by-side. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of an insane liquid-cooled computer.
The problem with most portable printers today is that they're still too large to bring with you on trips, but Smart Magic Wand aims to solve that problem. Whether it be printing or scanning, this device is up to the task. You can control it either by placing your smartphone in the docking or via a smartphone app. Continue reading for more pictures.
At first glance, it appears to be a lighter, but it's actually the Dras Phone. This futuristic smartphone bends in three points, and there's even a MicroDras mode when folded in half, enabling one to have all their notifications and relevant data visible in sleep mode. With the flexible OLED technology available today, this may actually become a reality sooner than later, but hopefully with a modular design, so you'll be able to swap out the display when it gets worn. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a jet engine blasting a Tickle Me Elmo toy.
Imagine swapping out a smartphone's 8MP camera for a 12MP model, or upgrading to a 3.2-GHz processor from a 1.8-GHz, and you have PuzzlePhone. This device is completely modular, and incorporates three easily replaceable components: "the Brain" (electronics), "the Heart" (battery), along with "the Spine" (screen). If you happen to break any of these three components, simply toss out the old and purchase a replacement, rather than swapping out the entire phone. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Jurassic Chrome, Google Chrome's hidden game.
Sphero's Star Wars BB-8 Droid is finally back in stock online, and will definitely sell it before the holidays are in full swing. This app-enabled gadget uses gyroscopic propulsion and a magnetically-attached head to mimic the movements of star of The Force Awakens. Users can control it with an app, and do everything from create routes to patrolling your home automatically. The coolest feature definitely is the ability to send holographic videos, along with wireless charging. Get one here now. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Here's a first look at Samsung's Project Valley, which is a smartphone that supposedly folds in half like a book - or the Nintendo DS. In addition to the flexible display, it features a Snapdragon 620 or 820 processor, 3GB of RAM, a microSD expansion slot and a non-removable battery. No word yet on pricing or availability, but expect it to be priced higher than the current Galaxy offerings. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of what appears to be two trucks driving through the forest, but really isn't.