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Survival Device Uses Fire To Power Your Phone

Survival Device Uses Fire To Power Your Phone

Fire is relied on for cooking when camping, but it can also be used to charge your cell phone. Crazy Russian Hacker Taras Kul tried out a device that promises to turn fire into electricity. The BioLite CampStove can also be used for heating up food or water and powering a light. View Now
Dolphin Needs To Use The Internet And Steals An iPad

Dolphin Needs To Use The Internet And Steals An iPad

It's always smart to keep your valuables away from the water. A woman at SeaWorld Orlando learned this the hard way when her pink iPad was snatched out of her hands by an eager dolphin, and luckily a fellow parkgoer got the madness all on tape. Maybe the sea creature just really needed to use the Internet. View Now
eBaum's World: Is This Self-Taught Opera Star The Real Thing?

eBaum's World: Is This Self-Taught Opera Star The Real Thing?

With some clever photoshop skills and slight-of-hand, you can wow your friends with photos from your nonexistent trip to Europe or shock your girlfriend when you "accidentally" drop your "cat" out the window. RightThisMinute regular Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World LIVES to dissect these real or fake scenarios using crowdsourced polls. He joins our show today with three headscratchers--an incredible quarterback-powered bottle opener, an impossibly talented street opera performer, and mean-spirited tablet toss. View Now
Make Your World 'Smart' By Investing in New Knocki Device

Make Your World 'Smart' By Investing in New Knocki Device

Dreamed of an interconnected world where it's possible to hit your knee on the coffee table and start your car in the garage? Well, tomorrow's finally today with the Knocki, the "smart" remote control that can literally program any surface to communicate with electronic devices. This evolutionary next step in "smart tech" is completely crowd-funded. It's Kickstarter campaign is so successful that people around the world have invested 32 times more dollars than the Knocki's creators originally prepared for. View Now
Free iPad Will Cost You a Kidney and the Shirt off of Your Back

Free iPad Will Cost You a Kidney and the Shirt off of Your Back

Viral video blogger and prankster Jena Kingsley pranked people with a free iPad "giveaway." She hid some hilarious "Terms and Conditions" in the contest entry. The contestants were shocked to learn they had just agreed to adopt a dog, give the shirt off their back to charity, foster a child or donate a kidney. Jena Kingsley joined the RightThisMinute hosts for an interview about the social experiment via Skype.    See more from Jena on her website. View Now
Equal Opportunity: Dog Plays iPad Cat Game Like a Boss

Equal Opportunity: Dog Plays iPad Cat Game Like a Boss

Violet doesn't care that her people parents have downloaded "Cat Fishing," an iPhone/iPad game by Friskies. Violet doesn't care that as an Italian Greyhound, she's zero percent cat. The fact of the matter is she's likely better at this game than any cat. Well, more aggressive at the very least. Violet, 1. iPad fish, 0. Via Jukin Media. View Now
The Newest Touchscreen Display... For the Bathtub

The Newest Touchscreen Display... For the Bathtub

Long gone are the days of a physical rubber ducky in the bathtub. Especially now that things like this AquaTop display are in existence. This video form Diginfonews shows how the new technology would allow you to use the interface the same way you would an iPad, so you may end up spending a lot more time in the bath. View Now
iPad App Designed to Preserve the Art of Calligraphy

iPad App Designed to Preserve the Art of Calligraphy

The age of smartphones, tablets, and computers have almost killed the art of calligraphy. Handwriting cards is slowly being phased out of society but one iPad app is determined to preserve the art. Felt gives you a series of templates to choose from and then, through the use of a stylus or your finger, you can write a message. The company will then physically mail that card for you.  View Now
What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains

What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains

Now that you have a desktop, an iPad, and a smart phone, you are probably always plugged in to the web. Whether you have a question you can Google, or you need some information to just entertain yourself, it is constant. So watch this to see how it changes the way you think, and maybe think twice about reaching for your iPhone.  View Now
Watching a Robbery in Real Time

Watching a Robbery in Real Time

Posing as repair men, two thieves conned an elderly woman into letting them into her house to rob her, while the woman's daughter helplessly watched the whole thing remotely from her iPad. The police are now using the surveillance footage to try and apprehend the suspects who made off with some of the woman's jewelry. View Now