Ever had that bizarre feeling that you're being watched? This hilariously paranoid 85-year-old elder has a homemade solution to unsecured phone conversations after watching Oliver Stone and Open Road Films' latest biopic "Snowden".
Why haven't we thought of this wiretap-proof blanket/land line combo before?
Our wildest childhood dreams have come true!
Ever since the animated show and comic books back in the 80s, we've been dreaming of a world where sentient robot/car Autobot warriors duke it out with Decepticon baddies. Thanks to groundbreaking Turkish company Letrons, that future is here with this stylish BMW "Transformer"-in-disguise!
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In this dramatic Jukin video, a Southern California motorcyclist escapes death thanks to his airbag vest. Fred Greissing was riding down the Mulholland Highway at 60 miles per hour near Los Angeles when a deer suddenly jumped in front of him. Fred had less than a second to react, yet amazingly his airbag vest saved him from serious injury.
See what happens when the RightThisMinute hosts give the vests a try in the RTM studio. View Now
Ever been traveling overseas at the start of a vacation and can't get Wi-Fi or run into difficulties pulling up trip details on your phone at the airport? Google's new "Google Trips" app aims to solve that problem. Available now on Android and iOS, the app helps even the seasoned explorer organize trip information and travel reservations all in one place. View Now
A caring granddaughter wanted her grandmother to remember. Emma Yang is 12-years-old with a big heart and an amazing idea. To help her grandmother dealing with Alzheimer’s and so many others affected by the disease, Yang developed an app to help those suffering to remember and communicate better. "Timeless" is still a prototype but should be available by the end of the year. View Now
When your smartphone simply slips out of your hand, the entire phone can shatter. We can all guess what would happen if you were to take a chainsaw to your mobile device — right? Let's just say the results from this experiment might surprise you.
If you enjoyed this experiment, the YouTube channel GizmoSlip has more fun and creative durability tests. View Now
They don't make video games like they used to, not that these modern-day kids seem to miss them! In an installment of Fine Brothers Entertainment's "Kids React! Technology" series, a group of little ones and teens test the "ancient" Atari gaming system. Some of them don't even know how to turn it on! View Now
Thanks to the Internet, the Tyrannosaurus Rex has gone from a feared beast to a ridiculed animal. This commercial shows how one T-Rex dramatically struggled while trying to cope with its short arms. Everything, even cooking and making its bed, was difficult for T-Rex. Clearly, driving would be impossible — or maybe not. Audi Germany shows how piloted self-driving technology gave this sad T-Rex a new sense of accomplishment in life. View Now
Police often run into unexpected people but what about a robot? Officers responded to a call about a robot agitating metro passengers in Moscow, Russia. The promo-bot was sharing messages for a far-right politician. Police considered arresting the robot. View Now
Ever been so thirsty while driving and not have any water? Ford Motors may be solving that problem with a new invention as seen in a Now This video. Excess water drippage from air conditioning is purified and kept in a tank below the car. A faucet can be installed in the car for an easy way to drink the stored water. View Now
Though they're more associated with secret agents than pets, microchips are a lost pet's best friend and perhaps their only chance of finding their human family again! Rescuers at Hope For Paws find this terrified little pooch hiding under a car and are overjoyed to find the dog's owner. Thanks to modern technology, they quickly discover her human lives nearby. View Now
Before running into trouble, YouTuber ButtaGoo flew his drone around to capture stunning footage at one of the Jordan Craters in Oregon. A nearby owl distracted the drone's pilot, and that's when the drone drifted into the crater's wall. A few days later, some guys returned to help descend down the crater and rescue the drone. We're glad this rescue mission was a success because the footage is beautiful. View Now
After you've shelled out $600 for a smartphone, buying a name-brand $30 case is like adding insult to injury. Of course, Murphy's Law promises you'll drop your naked phone two weeks later if you risk it!
So instead of flirting with destiny or shelling out extra cash, check out the CrazyRussianHacker's artsy DIY solution to your smartphone quandary. A hot glue kit not only costs pocket change, you don't have to worry about your flexible case fitting future phone generations!
WARNING: Adult language used.
Apple's newest invention, their wireless earbuds called AirPods, is drawing plenty of reaction. Recently, the company announced that the iPhone 7 will not have a headphone port. This is because their brand new earbuds will be completely wireless and not require any type of wired connection. This prompted several questions from consumers. Will rapid movement cause the AirPods to go flying out of your ears?
So Conan decided he would rework some of Apple's advertising to market these new earbuds in a very humorous way. View Now
Nobody can forget that memorable moment in "Top Gun" when Maverick and Goose get way to close to a Russian MiG for an intimate canopy-to-canopy selfie... but is it actually possible? Convinced that Goose would've probably ended up with a "dud" photo, myth-busting photographer Blair Bunting hops in a stunt jet to recreate the dangerous and physics-defying aerial stunt!
Chop With Chris built a foot-powered scroll saw out of a vintage sewing machine and random materials. What do you do with such a saw? Chris used it to build his own wooden jigsaw puzzle. We love how the entire project is so creative. View Now
Starting today, select Uber users in Pittsburgh will have the option to take a ride in a self-driving car. Pittsburgh is Uber's city of choice for testing their new autonomous Ford Fusions. In order to ensure the safety of passengers and the vehicle itself, two Uber employees will be stationed in each car. The company is launching the test program in order to log hundreds of hours of test driving with the hopes of one day having an entirely self-driving car fleet. View Now
Recently declassified video from the United States Air Force shows a student pilot going through basic fighter maneuvering training. As the student pilot pulled back, he experienced a G-induced loss of consciousness and the plane started to nosedive toward the ground at hundreds of miles per hour.
Thanks to the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System, the plane leveled out to allow the pilot to regain consciousness. This is the fourth confirmed life saved by an aircraft system since the Auto-GCAS was introduced in late-2014. View Now
Though "Gancedo" is only the size of a compact car, this space rock left a crater almost three acres large when it explosively landed 4,000 years ago near the modern Argentine town after which it's named. Although native Argentinians knew about this so-called "Field of the Sky" long before researchers did, archeological digs have only recently begun to unearth the hundreds of famed and massive meteorites buried there. View Now
Since raising about half a million dollars through a Kickstarter campaign, the guys with Team USA MegaBots are ready to produce a giant robot to compete against Japan. Even more exciting, for the first time ever, this San Francisco Bay Area team is releasing video of their project. View Now
It was one of the most annoying rules when we were kids — no eating or drinking in the car. But, this dad from the YouTube channel DragTimes decided to let his kids have a chance to change the rule. If these kids could drink water without spilling it on this car ride, they could drink and eat in dad's car whenever they wanted. This challenge was a tough one because dad's cruising around in a Tesla Model S P90D Ludicrous. Let's just hope the kids didn't serious destroy his beloved car. View Now
Although there have been rumors of new features for months, Apple's iPhone 7 officially debuted fittingly on Sept. 7. With some major changes (R.I.P. to the headphone jack, a new camera and water resistance claims) the iPhone 7 is already creating a buzz. Check out Apple's introductory video. View Now