Phillips knows that keeping your beard dialed in is top priority. That’s exactly why the brand has released their Norelco Beard Trimmer 9000, the world’s first ever beard trimmer with a built-in laser guide for precision grooming.
It’s amazing how new technology can mesmerize people. When Star Wars was first released, people started toying with the thought of inventing the science fiction gadgets they saw on the screen. Today people are mesmerized by the fantasy gadgets and user interfaces that some of the heroes we see on the silver screen use. Tony Stark and his Iron Man gear are great examples. What would it feel like to have one of those Iron Man laser glove devices stuck on your arm?
The Hyetis Crossbow, a newly-developed smartwatch, has a look more often associated withJames Bond than the world of tomorrow. That said, this odd little duck has its feathers in a row where it counts — starting with that massive camera.
34-year-old Tao Xiangli is an amateur inventor whose efforts aren't looking all that amateur. The Chinese man has built himself his very own sub all on his own, spending two years and 30,000 yuan ($4,385) on the project.
Other search engines may be created, but none will ever compare to the wackiest and largest search engine of all: Google. It’s fast, superb, and most of all, it is overflowing with nifty tricks and well-hidden knacks created by its developers for a little twist of fun. But we got you all covered in this collection of 10 Really Cool Hidden Google Tricks, so no worries! From gravity-defying stunts, little ninja spotting, finding the sea monster, a side tilt, and even a Spam recipe (yes, there is!), if you look hard enough and searched for the right keywords, even clicking the “I’m feeling lucky” button works to entertain you. So, the next time you’re Googling, try these up first (and maybe find new ones!)
If you find headphones uncomfortable, or if you’re sick of always having to untangle their wires, you might want to take a cue from Rich Lee, a body-enhancement enthusiast who recently implanted a small magnet headphone directly into his ear.
The iPhone app store ranges from the... Kinda useful to the utterly ridiculous - and here's an extreme example of the latter. The Passion application rates your sexual performance based on duration, power (as measured by the iPhone's built-in accelerometer) and loudness of orgasm, giving you a score out of 10 for your efforts.
How many times have you wanted to wear Transformers on your ears? None you say? Well, that's just weird. These Transformer headphones allow you to wear your choice of Frenzy or Ramble on your ears.
The American Helicopter Society (AHS) proposed an aviation competition back in 1980 that called on participants to create a human-powered helicopter with a distinct set of rules. AeroVelo, a collaborative group of design students and professionals, has finally won the Igor I. Sikorsky Human Powered Helicopter Competition after 33 years of teams attempting to achieve the feat and ultimately failing.
America’s love of smoking started as far back as the days of Christopher Columbus, when the first explorers and settlers were introduced to tobacco by the Native Americans who were already living on the land. For over four centuries the tobacco industry has been one of the largest industries in the United States of America. Tobacco was the first cash crop grown in the North America, grown in Jamestown Virginia in 1612. The sale of tobacco helped to finance the American Revolutionary War!