The latest release of Chrome, version 27, is 5 percent faster—and available to download now.
It’s hard to avoid the increasing prevalence of drones, but in case you were in any doubt this artwork—Under the Shadow of the Drone—serves as a stark reminder that they’re increasingly filling our skies.
Here’s a short video that’ll wrinkle your brain a bit. Like debunking 50 common misconceptions
What? Everybody’s cool with monkey knife fighting but put one up against an unholy giraffe with a katana and suddenly people are yelling, "but it’s got an unfair height advantage," "where’d that monkey get an Under Armor hat?" and "why is that giraffe breathing fire?" None of that matters, only who’s neck is left intact at the end.
Tracking Point’s new sniper rifle can auto-aim up to 1,200 yards away, thanks to a laser range finder, wind speed sensors, ballistics computer, unit to measure inertia, a compass, and a networked tracking engine. Unlike standard guns, this one doesn’t allow you to fire unless you are pointing the right way – you’ll never miss. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Nymphomaniac, a movie directed by Lars von Trier (he did Melancholia), will use a groundbreaking digital editing technique to show graphic sex scenes on the screen. For the non-explicit portions of the sex scenes, you’ll see celebrities and actors you recognize. For the penetrative portion, you’ll see the body doubles doing it. The difference is you won’t know the difference because the film will digitally stitch the two together.