Places look so much more beautiful when discovered on a bicycle. It’s some strange psychology thing but well, by means a bocycle you aren’t automating your travel. The ‘Citi Bike NYC‘ program is most likely to be a reality someday. … .
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Some cities just rise to awesomeness because they are meant to be so. The rest of us have to make to with 1Gbps browsing speeds. Yet, as we feign interest we also appreciate the effort put behind the installation of … .
The Korean chaebols are at it again, with Samsung gearing up to last minute preparations of the launch of its much awaited Galaxy SIV, LG decided to poke some fun at its arch rival by placing an ad for its … .
New York-based fashion brand Nooka advertisement, designer Mike Lubrano converted the iconic yellow cab into a DeLorean. Before you get all charged up to hit 88 mph on it do make note that it is a Photoshop mock, but a … .
New York’s Mayor waited for a day before hinting that climate change played a major role in superstorm Sandy, but the latest issue of Businessweek says that out loud. “Our cover story this week may generate controversy, but only among … .
And if you’ve been under the impression that the future of modern-day technology, the ever-promising Augmented Reality glasses could turn into a fashion disaster of sorts, the New York Fashion Week recently saw an appearance that’s bound to wipe your … .
Seeing a bright yellow Mercedes Benz ML-350 Bluetec cab in the big Apple is something you would not expect. Not much is not known about this luxurious cab, if you have any information then we would love to hear from … .
Free connectivity is just as good as anything else, free. Boingo and Google have joined hands to make it possible to offer free Wi-Fi to more than 200 New York City hubs. This benefit can be availed between June 25 … .
Comic book legend Stan Lee’s fans are in for a treat. Those choosing to pre-order the The Amazing Spider-Man game will now be able to play the game as Stan Lee himself, in place of Spidey. To be made available … .
It’s raining flying cars out here. With the Terragugia Flying Car making an appearance at the New York Auto Show, days after the PAL-V made its first flight in The Netherlands, we’re seeming to bring many dreams alive before the … .
Like we’ve said trillions of times before, LEGO bricks are more than just toys. These building bricks can pretty much be used to build miniature architectural marvels, technology-packed contraptions and a lot more too. Sean Kenney spends his time building … .
Cabs in New York will soon receive a dash of technology with Square’s newest brainchild. As part of a test-run, 30 cabs in New York will be fitted with iPads encased in metal housings that sport credit card readers. These … .
A Super Hornet does a flyby while breaking the sound barrier at Jones Beach, NY. [Reddit]
Apple stores around the world today saw an unusually high number of people gathering outside. And no, the manufacturer hasn’t released yet another iOS device. The crowds however gathered for a particularly different reason this time, and began protesting the … .
Finally, the AT&T promise is seemingly more tangible, now that we have the 4G network all ready to hit the streets and mobile towers of New York. This is based on a statement made by a company representative that the … .
Here is a guide of the Big Apple helpful to geeks. Featuring everything from the Men in Black headquarters to the Avengers HQ and a lot in the middle. Hats off the BuzzFeed users who contributed for the guide. [BuzzFeed]
The Steampunk revolution brought an interesting marriage of technology and romance. You can it a cult or better a burgeoning sub-culture that gave artists a unique way to bring alive their obsession with anything from super heroes to retro gadgets. … .
The Public Library of New York wanted to do something fancy for its 100th anniversary but not anything conventional. It then decided to call upon the famous brick artist Nathan Sawaya to create majestic Lego emblematic lions in its front … .
If you love New York, and want the world to know it too, give your computer a Big Apple style iconic accessory with the “New Yorker” Art Deco Keyboard. Crafted in polished brass and aluminum the keyboard features a stepped … .
With Steve Jobs in the middle of a health crisis again and several tabloids counting the number of weeks he has, both Apple fans and investors are definitely having an uneasy time. In the middle of all this chaos, the … .
New York jeweler, Michael C. Fina, is taking window shopping to new levels with his scan-able jewelry displays. The fifth avenue retailer has partnered with bridal jewelry manufacturers A. Jaffe, Platinum Guild International USA (PGI-USA) and web developers Tappinn to … .
It’s great having an electric vehicle I’m sure. That mean you’re environment conscious and saving the planet in your own small way. But the biggest problem with owning an electric car is finding outlets to juice it up. A group … .
Not wanting to alienate their technologically-ignorant readership, the New York Times has banned all usage of the word “tweet” from its articles, from now on. Phil Corbett, the Times’ standards editor, has asked all Times’ writers to avoid using any … .
First it was the dreadful Chucky and now it is the turn of popular 8-bit characters like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Tetris etc to take on the big apple. [HardOCP]
With no more Jedi’s to hunt for Boba Fett make a living by playing the Zelda theme and asking for change in NY subway. We knew he’d fallen on hard times after the unpleasantness on Tatooine. There are even reports … .