If you want to snap some pics with your iPhone while snorkeling or scuba diving, there are already a number of polycarbonate underwater housings that will let you take your phone to a depth of 30 meters (100 ft) or so.
It is perhaps ironic that the creator of the AK-47 assault rifle, also known as the Kalashnikov named for its creator Mikhail Kalashnikov, and of which there are between 70 and 100 million in circulation making it the world's most popular weapon, ...
Mikhail Kalashnikov started out wanting to make farm equipment, but the harvest he reaped was one of blood as the designer of the AK-47 assault rifle, the world's most popular firearm. It was the carnage of World War, when Nazi Germany overran much
Like it or not, shotguns (and most guns) are designed for killing things, rather than as tools that can brings us life and joy. A company in Sweden wants to change that perception and get us to literally change our swords into plowshares, by loading
Flatpack furniture may be easier to get home than the already built variety, but getting to grips with fiddly screws, hex keys and "simple to follow" instructions can soon eat away at your free time, and your patience.
In May 2012, a programmer named John Carmack—who, as a cofounder of id Software and the man behind games like Doom and Wolfenstein 3D, is widely seen as the father of 3D gaming—tweeted a picture of what looked like steampunk bifocals made out of a bl
It's been years in the making, but at long last the Argus II "bionic eye" implant is being made available to the American public. Lucky individuals like Ron from Britain and the States' own Dean Lloyd already know what benefits the implant can afford
The Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City is constructing what will be the world's tallest waterslide. Seeing the nosebleed-inducing view from the top of its approximately 140-foot-tall frame, we're definitely not going to second guess that claim. T
Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak makes him invisible to enemies and evil teachers thanks to magic. Making one like Harry’s with the power of science isn't remotely close to happening, but one scientist thinks she’s found the secret to the perfect in
As an idea, the Roomba sounds like every lazy but clean-loving person's dream. Most people know Roomba as the little circular vacuum 'bot that can get under tricky areas like beds and uses sensors to seamlessly suck up your house's dirt.
Rejoice, laundry hating humans: the days of washing your underwear may soon be over. Thanks to the power and versatility of 3D textile printing, the Tamicare company has created a biodegradable and completely customizable fabric that comes in any des