The Malaysian government has today publicly published the final ping transmissions between Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and an Inmarsat satellite that it was communicating with before it disappeared—so now anyone can investigate what happened to the aircraft,
There you have it folks, the work week is done. Throw on your sunglasses and ride your smartphone off into a glorious sunset with these, our favorite apps of the week.
What a trip. These fantastic wall sized paintings by Fiona Tang look like they’re 3D images that are popping out of the wall to attack you but in truth, they’re flat 2D images. It’s her masterful work of shading, shadows and use of perspective that fool you.
I’m still pretty smitten since trying out this pair of bike lights that mount permanently to the headset and seatpost—but I still gotta remember to charge them. So I’m dying to try out Pixio by Rydon; these little illuminators are solar-powered, meaning every time you go for a daytime ride you’re powering up for after hours.
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Reddit is a super-popular social networking site focused on news aggregation alongside general findings that people come across. You can literally locate any topic you can think of and if a section (or ‘subreddit’) hasn’t yet been dedicated to this topic, it’s simple to get started and create a new home for everything cats, dogs and even piercings in the weirdest places.
The website does not have official apps available and rather relies on third-party alternatives. That is until now, according to a new job listing. Official Reddit apps are in the works for Android and iOS.
It’s been nearly a year since Fan TV told us about its plan to to revolutionize the way we watch live TV with a set-top-box. Today, Time Warner customers become the first to get access to the platform. It turns out that making your cable work better comes at a hefty price.
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No, it’s not a one way mirror. It’s much cooler than that. MIT scientists have invented a new invisible mirror that can show reflections like a typical mirror but also be see through like a window. The magic is in the alternating 84 ultra thin layers typical glass and tantalum oxide. It’s a mirror but when you spin it, it becomes transparent. Some light passes through, some light gets reflected.