Having a tiny PC may not be the most practical of devices, but it most certainly is a novelty. Above, we have the Space Cube PC, a tiny Linux-powered computer that comes with 1GB of built-in storage via a Compact Flash card. Continue reading to see more.
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Star Wars fan Tom Sachs wanted to pay tribute to Darth Vader, but in a fun and weird way. So, he created the life-sized Darth Vader mini fridge you see above, though we do have to question the selection of beer inside of it. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading to see what happens when zombies meets parkour.
In many respects Google Hangouts is impressive—it brings together Google’s disparate chat options rather neatly—but you should think twice about using it if you rely on making Google Voice calls from your computer.
A leaked memo suggests that Nook Simple Touch e-readers will be getting a software update next week that equips them with a web browser and email client.
There are babies who love self-portraits, and then Dragon Baby. If you haven’t already noticed, he’s dressed in a full Bruce Lee-inspired yellow tracksuit, and has the moves to back it up. Continue reading to see why this video has already received over 27-million views on YouTube.
Many worlds away from the Shire, this unsuspecting stone cottage tucked into a Pennsylvania countryside seems like it belongs in Middle Earth. So much so that it would make Bilbo Baggins feel like he was back home. It belongs to a lifelong J.R.R. Tolkien fan. Continue reading for a video tour, more pictures, and additional information.
Above, we have two gremlins spotted at a small 15th-century Roman Catholic house of worship called Chapelle De Bethleem that’s hidden in a forest located about 20-kilometers away from Nantes France. Some say that “gargoyles frighten off and protect those that it guards, such as a church, from any evil or harmful spirits.” Continue reading for more.
A space telescope monitoring the moon captured the moment a 40kg rock, the largest on record, slammed into the lunar surface, creating a bright flash of light. It was the biggest seen since NASA began watching the moon for meteoroid impacts about eight years ago. According to Bill Cooke, with NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office: “It exploded in a flash nearly 10 times as bright as anything we’ve ever seen before.” Continue reading for the video and more information.