Did you pay extra for a deluxe hotel room that came with a safe? It doesn’t matter how complex you think you four-digit code is, it turns out the safe’s keypad can probably be over-ridden using a secret keyhole that’s surprisingly easy to hack.
Photographer Andrew Testa accepted the assignment right away. “As soon as I read ‘camel racing’ and ‘robots’ in the same sentence, I was in,” he says. As futuristic as this might sound, camel-racing goes back many generations.
What if the sweat produced by your body could power your gadgets? And what if the connection between the two could be made by a temporary tattoo, the more you sweat, the more power the tattoo generates?
A Seattle-based band called netcat - not to be confused with the networking tool of the same name - has perked ears in the software community by releasing its debut album as a Linux kernel module (among other more typical formats.)
"Are you ever listening to an album, and thinking 'man, this sounds good, but I wish it crossed from user-space to kernel-space more often!' We got you covered. Our album is now fully playable as a loadable Linux kernel module."
If we have to get advertising everywhere, is should all be as fun as this bus shelter ad in London, where they used augmented reality to make passengers believe that meteors were striking the city or a tiger was freely roaming through the street.
In the remote Balinese village of Bengkala every one of the 3,000-odd residents can fluently communicate in kata kolok, a centuries-old sign language, and people with speech and hearing deficiencies are always treated with respect.Read More...
Cela faisait 25 ans que la petite ville de Wunsiedel, en Allemagne, subissait la manifestation annuelle d'anciens néo-nazis dans ses rues. Impuissants jusqu'alors, les habitants ont trouvé une méthode géniale pour lutter contre les militants d'extrême-droite... avec leur aide.
Remember when Doctor Who's Weeping Angels were new and the phrase "Don't blink" would send shivers up your spine? This first-person video recaptures the terror of those not-so-stony statues. Read more...
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