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This is one music video that might give OK Go a run for their money! Brunettes Shoot Blondes used 14 different Apple device screens, including iPhones and iPads, to tell the love story of the song "Knock Knock." It also happens to be in real time. Yeah... It's pretty incredible. Click here to see the full music video.
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Stiff and firm is better than bent. This Conan skit shows you why that's important in the smartphone industry.
Cars and Water recently took a scenic trip that had a fiery ending. He dropped a nickel ball in a bowl of gasoline and then lit that combination on fire. Unfortunately, he forgot a main competent of his fun, as he left his fire extinguisher at home.
The Kiffy will get you there in a jiffy! It might look like just another tricycle, but oh no! It is so much more!
This is one of the coolest videos ever! Check out Ukraine band Brunettes Shoot Blondes's music video for "Knock Knock." They used 14 screens varying from iPhones to iPads to tell the story of a very persistant rabbit on the hunt for his lady love. Oh, did we mention this was all shot in real time? Yep. Click here to see what the hosts had to say about this incredible music video.
The iPhone 6 sold millions of units in its first weekend on the market. People waited for hours in lines to purchase one. This guy even traveled around the world to get his. What's the first thing he does with it? Drop it in a pitcher of beer. On purpose.
The iPhone 6 Plus has made its debut and folks seem to be intrigued. Jonathan Morrison recently decided to create a tech-nature montage. Richard Ryan used two new iPhones to test what would happen to the devices if the objects met with liquid nitrogen or a blender.
IT'S TECH TIME!!! Super Z is back with some winter-friendly science. Using sodium polyacrylate, which is found in diapers, you can create a snow-like substance. By adding water to the sodium polyacrylate, you can create a winter wonderland of your very own.
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As most of us learned in grade school science class, a chrysalis is formed during a caterpillar's transformation period to allow it to turn into a beautiful butterfly! The process takes between 10-14 days and the Monarch Project filmed the moment a butterfly emerged from its chrysalis to show the amazing beauty of it and to encourage folks to allow them to grow in their own backyards.
Local Motors may have just created the greatest piece of technology the car world has seen in quite some time. The company has developed a machine that can construct a 3D-printed car known as The Strati. Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers joined RTM to discuss the incredible automotive breakthrough with the RTM hosts.