Take a look at this, a bookshelf that you could potentially purchase from a store for about… oh… $10? So long that when heavy contents are placed along the center, it bends and arcs. Designer / artist Daniel Eatock saw this situation and decided to make the best out of it by grabbing all of [...]
In a bit of an unexpected jump on the film release season this year, BOND 24 has been announced – this the newest 007 film set for November of 2015 (or October if you live in the UK).
Daniel Suarez self-published his first novel, Daemon , in 2006. The book and its sequel Freedom chronicled the rise of a botnet that uses self-driving cars to kill humans, crashes the stock market, and creates a new society in its own image. His next novel, Kill Decision , published by Dutton in 2012, was about aerial drones that could decide when to use lethal force independently of any human.
For some, having a case mod that looks both artistically amazing and absolutely ridiculous at the same time is a life-long dream. For most of them, they get the tools and create their dream project, making it a reality. That’s exactly what Daniel HeiBe did, who is actually no stranger to making remarkably unique case [...]
Like many of you, I am a huge fan of Mini-Squadron on Android. Hands down it is probably the best 2D shooter on Android. It is extremely fun and very addictive. It is really nice to see more and more good games coming to Android. It makes me extremely happy. Luckily, Android Guys managed to [...]Developer’s Spotlight: Mini-Squadron’s Daniel Smith originally appeared on AndroidGuys.
When it became clear that Apple Maps was quickly falling flat on its face, everyone waited with bated breath to see what Google had up its sleeve for its own standalone maps app. By all accounts, Google Maps for iOS is indeed the cream of the crop, and Engadget recently sat down with Daniel Graf, Director of Google Maps for mobile, to get the inside scoop on its creation.
Apple employee #12, Daniel Kottke, talked to Avi Solomon of Boing Boing about his time working at Apple. The interview has captivating stories about Kottke's life in the early 1970s tech scene.
I've been enamored with the Das Keyboard since it launched in 2005. These supremely clicky, IBM-style keyboards are some of the most rugged mechanical input devices you can buy.