Happy Monday! If you’ve ever done any sort of woodworking, you know how much sawdust even the smallest projects can produce. But what if you could put that sawdust to use? That’s exactly what a new 3D printer from a company called Desktop Metal does—it uses sawdust and other wood waste to create beautiful printed designs. How cool is that? Very.
Ever wonder how long it will take to binge a show? Thanks to a new website, you can easily find out.
Desktop computers give you an at home setup that’s often more powerful than a laptop and a lot easier to upgrade over the years. Purchasing a desktop PC can seem incredibly intimidating, especially if you’ve never purchased one before. Here’s everything you need to know to help you make an educated purchase decision and find the right desktop PC for you. Read More »
The stand your monitor came with is probably fine, but if you’re looking to supercharge your workspace’s flexibility, then an aftermarket monitor arm is the way to go. These allow you to freely adjust the height, angle, and even orientation of your monitor, so your workspace always fits your needs. Read More »
For only $5 a month, Google Play Pass offers a lot of value—especially in the gaming scene. While this is just a small, tailored sample of the library available, these games will still take you a while to burn through. So sit back, relax, and start downloading some of the best games you’ll ever play on mobile. Read More »
Foreign movies with dubbed audio are easy to pay attention to, but only if you can overlook the out-of-sync movement of actors mouths. The solution? A TrueSync technology developed by Flawless AI that automatically syncs actors lips to match dubbed audio. In other words, deepfake lips. Read More »
It’s not uncommon for people in big cities to rent electric bikes or scooters. But have you ever rented an electric car? Using a service called Free2Move, French automaker Citroën plans to rent out its small electric vehicle, called the Ami, in select cities across the United States. Read More »
A good set of cutting boards is a nice addition to any kitchen. The set includes three cutting boards spanning a variety of sizes, which are ideal for simple tasks (like slicing a piece of fruit) and major prep jobs alike. The boards are crafted with grooves to catch juice before it gets all over your countertop and non-slip handles. Their nonporous surface won’t retain stains or odors, and the durable boards can be placed in the dishwasher for easy cleanup.
Scientists already knew that Venus holds the record for the longest day in our solar system. However, a new study just uncovered that a day on Venus lasts longer than a year, which is honestly flat-out crazy to think about. Read More »
This week, a company named Desktop Metal announced its all-new 3D printers that use wood waste and sawdust for 3D printing, and it looks awesome. Yes, imagine using wood with your 3D printer to create all sorts of stuff. Read More »
Skyscrapers are the most iconic part of any city’s skyline. New ones sprout up all the time, always competing for the “world’s tallest.” But this video shows that height isn’t the only stat that matters: Total area does, too. Read More »
This week, Jeff Bezos’ space company Blue Origin announced that it’s all set to launch its first astronaut crew to space on July 20, 2021, and it’s even auctioning off seats to the highest bidder. Read More »
As anyone into astronomy likely already knows, NASA is fond of sharing incredible photos of our universe. Recently, NASA shared a stunning photo of a nebula known as the “Necklace Nebula,” which is described as “a diamond necklace of cosmic proportions. Read More »
Trying to watch all of Stranger Things before season 4 comes out? A new website called Can I Binge calculates how hard you need to binge a show in order to complete it in a day, week, month, or year. I don’t know how we survived for so long without this. Read More »
AirTags are small, coin-sized Bluetooth trackers that allow you to locate items near and far. This functionality is powered by Apple’s network of hundreds of millions of iPhones, iPads, and Macs already in the wild, providing unprecedented coverage on a global scale. Read More »
You’ve probably heard it before: There’s a “bug” in the software, causing something to malfunction or misbehave. What exactly is a computer bug and where did the term come from? We’ll explain. Read More »