Trunk is a charging cable equipped with a USB connector on one side and a Lightning connector on the other, and it's rigid enough to hold your iPhone 5 or iPod in whatever position you desire.
Made by a company called ILoveHandles, this $19.95 charging cable/holder can prove itself useful in a variety of circumstances
Sometimes you need your iPhone placed in a certain position — a task that can usually be accommodated with your hands. But not while you're driving, for example. Check out this picture that shows how your iPhone can be positioned right where you need it in the car, crucial when using your iPhone for GPS. Read more...More about Iphone 5
François Gissy is a French bicyclist, but he's about the furthest thing from your typical fixie-riding hipster. No, this is how Gissy rolls: attaching a rocket to his bike to reach a reported speed of 163 miles per hour
That's a world record, according to French news site DNA. (Dutch cyclist Fred Rompelberg has actually reached a few miles-per-hour faster, but did so while drafting behind a car.)
Technicalities aside, 163 mph on a bicycle is completely ridiculous, and the YouTube videos at the top and bottom of this post are downright jaw-dropping. The top clip shows Gissy briefly whizzing by the camera, while the bottom one shows him strapping in. Check them out for yourself then let us know what you think in the comments Read more...More about Entertainment, Videos, Sports, and Watercooler
Call of Duty: Ghosts represents a significant graphical upgrade from the previous titles in the series, according to publisher Activision.
To prove this, it showed a video during Tuesday's Xbox One unveiling that shows footage from the upcoming Ghosts compared to footage from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
The video's narration, said developer Infinity Ward, is able to do in-depth scans of subjects, including a Navy Seal-trained dog, and then translate them into the game world. You can see fine details on the models, like the scars on the dog's nose or bruising on a human hand. The advancements are all thanks to Infinity Ward's new engine, built with next-generation consoles in mind. Read more...More about Gaming, Call Of Duty, Entertainment, Game Trailers, and Call Of Duty Ghosts
A bipartisan and independent commission studying corporate espionage's impact on the American economy recommended passing the controversial Cyber Information Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) in its report released Wednesday.
". . .Corporations need better information, and thus an open, two-way communications flow between companies and U.S. government agencies is more necessary than ever before," says The Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property's report.
"Companies cannot be asked to share more information unless they have a reasonable expectation that they will receive useful information in return, and they need protections from lawsuits if they do provide information. The Cyber Information Security Protection Act is an example of a statutory effort to address this problem, and the Commission recommends its passage." Read more...More about China, Intellectual Property, Congress, Us World, and Politics