That’s right – no water was harmed in this video, because none of the water IS real. It’s all computer imagery. No wonder a pretty innocuous video has gone viral.
It’s hard to imagine now, but yes, there was a time when people needed this video. Watch as Kim Komando explains big floppy disks and an item you need that’s ‘something called a printer.’
Developer Akatu, has created an APP called the “Fake Shower,” which creates the sound of a shower to drown out those unseemly bathroom noises, and also tells you how much water you’re saving by not using the real faucet! The video alone is pretty clever and cute.
Must Watch! The headline doesn’t do it justice. Pairing a camera with a new computer program now allows doctors to see a baby’s heartbeat without touching it – via fluctuating colorations on its face! Watch this wild video to see how it works.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas always offers a cool glimpse into the future… And that future includes flexible phones and tablets.
Google is including part of the underwater world in their Google Streetview Maps, including coral reefs in Australia, the Philippines and Hawaii.
This new upright mobility device looks amazing – and will vastly improve the lives of people who need it… but seems to be marketed to people who can’t be bothered with walking around the office.
Blackberry’s next camera feature captures extra frames both before and after you hit the button, so if someone blinks, you can just ‘go back in time’ to get the better shot. Check out this short demo. Very cool!
I crave a life like the Jetsons – with flying cars, dog-walking treadmills suspended outside, and a robotic maid that is both functional and adorable. We’re two steps closer to the flying car.
Ikea Norway had a problem. It’s freezing out, and no one can browse their iPad catalog when they’re wearing mittens. Their brilliant solution not only became an instant best seller, it got world-wide attention, and shot the catalog to the top of the iPad APP charts.
Remember those amazing scenes from the film Minority Report that showed ‘e-newspapers?’ They were paper thin like today’s newspapers, but the images changed and moved like a TV monitor. Well, we keep getting one step closer. This video shows how close we are…. watch these paper thin Samsung monitors bend and move. It won’t be long now! Now where’s my flying car!?!?
Celebrities beware: the phone hacking has not stopped. And the latest celebrities to fall victim to the scandal are Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn.
It’s never been a cooler time to be a kid! In this amazing video, watch how Muppet figures come to life with an iPad and the latest in Augmented Reality technology. Just imagine the endless possibilities this technology could have on the way we learn, play and work!
Athleticwear company ASICS has come up with a cool interactive ad way to show you that you are not nearly as fit as U.S. marathoner Ryan Hall.
Keep in mind that 20 years ago if you said “iPhone’s Siri VS Furby” no one would have known what the hell you were talking about. In this new viral video, talking toy Furby has a ‘conversation’ with the iPhone’s voice recognition employing assistant Siri. At one point, the phone interprets something Furby says as “Kill her.”
A beautiful moment of joy caught on camera. 29-year-old Sloan Churman was born deaf.
After receiving an Esteem hearing implant, a technician turns the unit on for the first time. It’s an overwhelming, touching moment.