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10 Tips & Tricks for Keeping a Small Space Clean

If you live in a small space, you know that it's tough to keep it clean from day to day. Smaller spaces just seem to collect more unwanted clutter, …

Cleaning

Broken Mirror/Evening Sky: Unique Sunset Photos Shot Through Shattered Mirrors

Sunsets are beautiful. They’ve inspired songs and paintings, they’ve been the backdrops to weddings and celebrations, and overall they’re natures way …

13 Photos That Prove Chernobyl Is Still Haunting

After last month's tasteless Top Gear episode with a Chernobyl challenge and a recent Smithsonian article about forests around Chernobyl not decaying properly, the nuclear power plant has once again piqued our interest.<p>The world's worst nuclear disaster, which occurred April 26th, 1986 in Pripyat …

Self-Sustaining Floating City is a Modern Day Noah’s Ark

This floating city is an innovative concept designed to function as a modern day <i>Noah's Ark</i>. The self-sustaining city was developed by Serbia-based Aleksandar Joksimovic and Jelena Nikolic as a means to support life–from humans and animals to fish, plants, and trees–in the case of an extreme natural …

Seafloor

1000 Vector Icons

1000 Vector Icons for Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop!<p>This huge icon set includes 1000 vector icons designed for the use in websites, mobile apps, …

A New App That Lets You Take Apart Websites and Rebuild Them At Will

With Kimono, you can recombine existing web apps to create your own in about five minutes–no coding skills required.<p>You used to have to be a programmer just to use computers at all. Graphical user interfaces changed all that. But what if you want to build software? Increasingly, you don’t have to …

Web Applications

This Has Got To Be The Weirdest Bike On Kickstarter

(Tricycle + bicycle + elliptical + skateboard) / 2 = Halfbike.<p>What has three wheels, one brake, no steering, and a Kickstarter page? (Ed. note: this is a terrible riddle.) The answer: the Halfbike!<p>The Halfbike is a project from Kolelinia Labs, founded by Mihail Klenov and Martin Angelov*, in …

The best SMS replacement apps for Android

The world is evolving. In the future, services like calling and texting will take place entirely over internet data connections. Gone will be the days of phone numbers. Soon we’ll all have usernames. Why wait to make the transition? Over the last few years, a number of great services have popped up …

Apps

GOG.com To Release Games On Linux This Fall

Some good old games are about to come to Linux. GOG.com just announced that it has been working on supporting Linux for sometime and expects to launch titles this Fall. Mint and Ubuntu will get the GOG.com treatment, says the press notice.<p>Details are still on the light side. The company hasn’t …

Apple's cheaper 8GB iPhone 5c goes on sale in Europe and China

The rumors are true, Apple is launching an 8GB version of the iPhone 5c. After internal documents from German carrier O2 clued us into a new variant of Apple's mid-tier phone, carriers across Europe have now begun taking orders for it. UK operator O2 and French provider SFR are offering the handset …

When U.S. Steps Back, Will Russia and China Control the Internet?

The United States is plan­ning to give up its last re­main­ing au­thor­ity over the tech­nic­al man­age­ment of the In­ter­net.<p>The Com­merce …

Obama Administration

Fascinating Photos of New York City in the Early 1980s

<i>New York Up & Down</i> is a fascinating series by now octogenarian Frank Horvat that shows us what a major metropolis looked like back in the early 1980s. Shot between 1982 and 1986, the street images, all taken with a Nikon SLR camera with Ektachrome, captures New York City in a raw and gritty way. …

New York City

Google slashes Google Drive storage pricing, offers 1TB for $9.99

Google is cutting the monthly cost of extra storage for Google Drive today. Users always receive 15GB for free, but they can now jump up to 100GB for $1.99, down from the previous price of $4.99. Perhaps the most appealing option is the 1TB tier, which has fallen from $49.99 each month all the way …

Tinder To Introduce Verified Accounts Because Celebrities Aren’t Getting Enough Matches

Poor famous, beautiful people: They can’t even get a good date using tried and tested methods like swiping right. Matchmaking app Tinder has high-profile users including Ashton Kutcher, Lindsay Lohan and Josh Groban, but the startup’s CEO Sean Rad explained to The Hollywood Reporter that these …

Account Suspended

Expedition: Surreal Landscapes Composed from Hundreds of Photographs by Catherine Nelson | Colossal

<p>Belgium-based artist Catherine Nelson (previously) just unveiled a new series of works titled Expedition. The digitally “painted” collages are made …

Creative Photographs of a Person Playing with the Moon

Self-taught, Albanian photographer Adrian Limani has created a playful series of photographs depicting a person playing with the full moon. Using his younger brother as a model, the photographer captures the young man leaping and posing in front of the moon, creating images that show a silhouetted …

Photography

Addicted To Caffeine? Jawbone’s Latest App Can Help

Caffeine is a horrible, terrible, gosh-darn-awful part of my daily life. Two cups in the morning. I’m addicted. So are many of you. We need caffeine in our blood to function. Or at least we think we do and Jawbone’s latest smartphone app will help monitor and better understand a person’s caffeine …

Dell's ruggedized Latitude 13 laptop was designed to take abuse from kids

Dell may have just released its first Chromebook, but that doesn't mean it's counting on schools to make the switch to Chrome OS. The company just unveiled another education-focused laptop, and this time it runs good old-fashioned Windows. All told, the new Latitude 13 Education Series is cut from …

Ask your Moto X “What’s up?” and it reads your notifications aloud

Motorola(s goog) updated its Touchless Control software on Wednesday evening, adding an optional feature to read incoming notifications aloud. …

Caterina Fake's Findery launches to be your living atlas

Caterina Fake wants to make the places around you come alive, and she needs your help to do it.<p>Co-founder of the once-beloved photo site Flickr and the archetype of the female geek, Fake hopes to prove that she can once again make technology more human -- less about me and more about we. This time …

10 Clever Ways to Conceal Clutter

4 Shooting Ideas to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing for Spring

For those of us in the currently storm and snow swept northern latitudes, spring is approaching. It is the season of new life, renewal and of course …

Specially Designed Bookmarks are Icons in Classic Tales

Crafting bookmarks for the classics, designers Gkhan Ycel and Fikr'et fashion placeholders that complement the story whose pages they save. The duo determines a book's icon, like a periscope in <i>20,000 Leagues Under the Sea</i> or a camera for George Orwell's <i>1984</i>, and think beyond the standard …

Stunning Celebrity Portraits Taken at Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party

<b>Lupita Nyong'o</b><p>Did you catch last night's Oscars? If not, here's a quick recap. Jareto Leto and Lupita Nyong'o gave two eloquent and moving acceptance speeches, Ellen (or rather Bradley Cooper) took a celebrity-filled selfie that broke Twitter, and Leonardo DiCaprio didn't win..again. Of course, the …

Paul Rudd

polychromeLAB

Born out of a partnership between a designer with a passion for the outdoors and a research team at the University of Innsbruck in Austria, polychromeLAB is a groundbreaking new material designed to increase the wearer's body heat and, when reversed, decrease it. Like most inventions, the road to …

Inventions

Kevin Cooley’s ‘Controlled Burns’ Shows The Beauty Of Fire - The Fox Is Black

Controlled Burns is a series of imposing images by the American photographer Kevin Cooley. Consisting of large, swirling clouds of smoke, these …

Can Gadgets Really Tell The Future?

A new concept from an Israeli designer is surprisingly plausible.<p>Future Control, from Israeli designer Dor Tal, is a concept that seems like something out of a sci-fi novel: a wristband and pico projector that can tell the future. But really the idea of such a gadget isn’t all that far-fetched. In …

Buddy by bao-nghi droste design

Buddy is a minimalist design created by German-based design firm bao-nghi droste design for Markus Form. Buddy is versatile piece of furniture that …