Clean Bottle Runner Review: Better Off Thirsty

Running for extended periods of time is difficult if you don't have water, but water is difficult to carry, never mind your phone and keys. The Runner combines all your essentials in one package that straps firmly onto your hand for easy carrying. But it's not so good for running. » 8/14/12 4:20pm 8/14/12 4:20pm

This Seagate 1TB FreeAgent GoFlex External Hard Drive Is Your…

Recent events have got me quaking in my boots over losing all my data. If multibillion dollar corporations can't even keep our data safe, how can we hope to stand a chance against crippling hacks? Well you could start by locally backing up all your files onto this Seagate 1TB FreeAgent GoFlex external hard drive.… » 8/07/12 4:30pm 8/07/12 4:30pm

Would You Buy a $100, Open Source, Android Gaming Console Designed by…

The Ouya is a concept for a completely open sourced and hackable Android game console designed by Yves Behar (the guy who designed the Jambox and OLPC). When it arrives (if ever), $100 will buy you the box, a developer's kit, and all the free games you can play. » 7/03/12 8:30pm 7/03/12 8:30pm

Making Saltwater Drinkable Is Graphene's Latest Miracle

All signs point towards graphene being the supermaterial that pushes humanity into the future we've been dreaming of. From impossibly fast transistors to curing foot odor, there's seemingly no limit to Graphene's potential.
Converting saltwater to potable water in the most efficient manner possible is just its latest… » 6/29/12 3:20pm 6/29/12 3:20pm

How Many Cameras Does One Astronaut Really Need?

Astronaut Don Pettit doesn't have the name recognition of Ansel Adams, but his work transcends cultures and borders around the globe, literally. Pettit is the photographer behind the amazing timelapses coming from the ISS and here he is with his cameras; all 10 of them. » 6/25/12 5:40pm 6/25/12 5:40pm