tech e blog

Hubsan's X4 H107C Quadcopter is currently being offered for only $58.49 shipped, this weekend only, originally priced at $100. In advanced mode, the X4 can execute aggressive flips. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.

Notable features:
  • New hubsan X4 H107C RC quadcopter with Camera: Recording module.

  • Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity.

  • Permits super stable flight. With 4 channels.

  • 4-ways flip(left,right,forward,backward).


[via Amazon]

Continue Reading


While the image above may seem to be a real Millennium Falcon hovering over someone's backyard, it's actually a toy. Finnish illustrator / photographer Vesa Lehtimaki is an expert at turning ordinary Star Wars figurines and accessories (LEGO included) into scenes worthy of a film. Every single shot takes an incredible amount of work to put together, ranging from collecting props to building the sets himself. Continue reading for more.

Continue Reading



Photo credit: Home Harmonizing

Why simply walk down the stairs, when you can slide down with the SlideRider? Created by Minnesota-based inventor Trisha Cleveland, this indoor slide can quickly and easily be stored away when not in use. To keep things safe for both adults as well as children alike, there are two bumpers along the sides and weights on both to ensure it's structurally stable. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dad who decided to photograph his daughter each and every day for 18-years.

Continue Reading

Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo


We know some of you may be traveling to countries where toy companies just want to make a quick buck, regardless of how blatant a knockoff may be. For example, "Sense of Right" seems to be a Marvel / DC / Shrek mashup gone terribly wrong. There's also Space Boys 3, which Pixar definitely didn't approve of. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral "100 Days of Dance" video.

Continue Reading

Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo


Syma's S107G R/C Helicopter is currently being offered for only $15.95, this week only, originally priced at $129.95. This 3-channel mini R/C helicopter is the world's newest, most durable and stable helicopter. It comes with the latest gyro system for precision control. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.

Notable features:
  • 2 selectable frequencies let's you fly up to 2 helicopters at once.

  • Amazing technology in the palm of your hand!Syma newest model s107 3ch gyro rtf metal rc helicopter.

  • No assembly required, ready to fly! Equipped with the latest gyroscope technology.

  • Full 3 channels : up, down, left, right, forward and backward.A 25-30 minutes charge is equal to a 8-12 minutes flight.

  • Recharging takes place via the transmitter or usb cable.

  • The transmitter has an alignment trim, a charging and power.Indicator, a left/right lever and a trimmer. A lightweight lithium polymer battery.


[via Amazon]

Continue Reading


Remote-controlled drones are one thing, this Airbus A380 is another. Swiss RC aircraft enthusiast Peter Michel unveiled a giant scale model Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 that's powered by four JetCat P120 jet turbines, delivering around 30 pounds of thrust each. It weighs in at a hefty 155-pounds and has almost the same power to weight ratio as its 1.2 million pound counterpart. Continue reading for a video and more information.

Continue Reading



Photo credit: Kim Leuenberger

From afar, these appear to be just scenic car photos, taken against beautiful backdrops, but "Traveling Cars Adventures" by 21-year-old Swiss photographer Kim Leuenberger actually make use of diecast toys. She's currently a student at the London University of the Arts and first began the series by experimenting with a new camera in her backyard. She photographed a blue toy minivan alongside paddington bear and the rest was history. Continue reading for more.

Continue Reading


Macau-based web designer and developer Varun Thota has unveiled a new photo series, titled My Toy Plane. These creative photos basically show a perfectly placed hand guiding what looks like a toy airplane overhead in various locations. They also give viewers glimpses of urban life in Macau, Hong Kong, and other bustling cities in Asia. Click here to view the first image in this week's FAILS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a quadcopter flying through fireworks.

Continue Reading

Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo


In the Star Wars universe, Stormtroopers are the elite soldiers of the Galactic Empire. Similar to Imperial-class Star Destroyers and TIE fighters, stormtroopers served as ever present reminders of the absolute power of Emperor Palpatine. These faceless enforcers of the New Order were considered an extension of the Emperor's will, and thus they often used brutal tactics as a way to keep thousands of star systems throughout the galaxy in line. However, when they aren't working, you can find them doing a variety of things, such as cleaning up, going out with friends, etc. Continue reading to see all the activities.

Continue Reading


You read that right, there is a reason why you'll never see the iconic brown trucks make a left turn while on their delivery routes. In 2004 UPS announced that it would save fuel by minimizing left turns. Because drivers are idle at intersections while waiting to make left turns, UPS developed software that routes the day's packages with preference to right turns. Since UPS operates a fleet of over 96,000 ground vehicles, the fuel savings are considerable. In 2005, UPS eliminated 464,000 miles (747,000 km) from its travel and saved 51,000-gallons of fuel. Continue reading to see what happens when a wild turkey meets an unlucky UPS driver on the street.

Continue Reading