Technology

New Web Service Wants to Give You a Pretend Facebook Girlfriend
New Web Service Wants to Give You a Pretend Facebook Girlfriend
A start-up company called Cloud Girlfriend claims it will create the virtual, social network-friendly girlfriend you don't have in real life. According to Cloud Girlfriend's Web site, this is how the process works: Step 1: Define your perfect girlfriend. Step 2: We bring her into existence. Step 3: Connect and interact with her publicly on your favorite social network. Step 4: Enjoy a public long
Painting With WiFi and Other Amazing Videos of ‘Light Art’
Painting With WiFi and Other Amazing Videos of ‘Light Art’
Move over, Jackson Pollock. Artist Timo Arnall eschews the oil paints for light by creating visualizations of WiFi signals. Says Arnall on Vimeo: This project explores the invisible terrain of WiFi networks in urban spaces by light painting signal strength in long-exposure photographs. A four-metre long measuring rod with 80 points of light reveals cross-sections through WiFi networks using a phot
Light-Up Cereal Boxes and Other Whiz-Bang Product Packaging [VIDEOS]
Light-Up Cereal Boxes and Other Whiz-Bang Product Packaging [VIDEOS]
We found these light-up cereal boxes today that illuminate store shelves. These are just a marketing demo, but there's a good chance this electrical induction technique will be lighting up grocery stores in the near future. We've got the video, along with a few other mind-blowing examples of the future of point of purchase display gadgetry.
Clap-Off Bra Could Be Perfect Valentine’s Day Gift [PG-13 Nudity]
Clap-Off Bra Could Be Perfect Valentine’s Day Gift [PG-13 Nudity]
The same technology that brought us late-night infomercial standard The Clapper now provides an easy way to free your lady friend of her brassiere. Two quick claps and the Clap Off bra pops right off. This is not the kind of bra a woman should wear to the ball game, or the theater. Check out a fairly safe for work video demonstration of the Clap Off.
Kid Falls Onto Subway Tracks While Playing Video Game
Kid Falls Onto Subway Tracks While Playing Video Game
A 10-year-old walking on a subway platform in Milan, Italy while playing his handheld PSP became so engrossed in his game that he wandered right onto the train tracks. The youngster took quite a tumble, but Alessandro Micalizz, an off-duty cop, immediately jumped down onto the track and pulled the boy to safety. The next train was less than a minute away. No word on what game the boy was playing.