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Google's New Office In Malaysia Is A Wild Indoor Jungle

From slides and basketball courts to themed floors and endless snacks, Google is always coming up with something quirky and new to add in to their office space.<p>Their new offices in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are no exception: Plants sprout from the walls and ceiling, while bright decor make for an …

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360Fly Camera

Life doesn't just happen within the confines of a rectangular frame — plenty happens on the periphery as well — and that's where normal video cameras …

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Build your own phone charging stand with Lego Power Brick

The Power Brick measures 72 x 120 x 13 mm (2.83 x 4.72 x .51 in) and sports an On/Off switch on its underside with a grid of typical Lego bumps on …

Revolights Arc turns a bike's fender into a speed-detecting brake light

Revolights is a bicycle lighting system that first came to our attention three years ago, in which the front of the front wheel lights up to serve as …

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs. iPhone 5s

<b>Update</b>: <i>We've published our hands-on look at these two phones.</i><p>Size<p>These days, the iPhone is by far the smallest high-profile flagship phone around. …

Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

This embed is invalid<p>How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you …

ViziCities: Data Visualizations and 3D Cityscapes

If you like maps, data and funky graphics you might like this.<p>For the past year, UX designer Peter Smart and former Mozilla technical evangelist Robin Hawkes have been working on a project called ViziCities, an open-source platform that creates 3D visualizations of cities around the world. The code …