How to Survive a Robopocalypse [Video]

Forget the zombie apocalypse–the real threat is an imminent Robopocalypse, a robot uprising! We at Epipheo care about your survival. That’s why we interviewed Daniel H. Wilson to find out exactly how to survive a robot uprising. Daniel is the world’s foremost authority on the subject and NY Times bestselling author of the book, “Robopocalypse.” […]

The Best Deals on Gadgets and Tech for Today

We’re considering a partnership with Logicbuy to provide you with some of the best deals from reputable sources you can find anywhere online. We’re starting this today and we’ll be testing this new format for a few days to see it if works out. Let us know your thought about these deals! Laptops 17.3″ HP […]

Driverless Cars Legal on Las Vegas Strip

Google has been licensed to use its self-driving cars on public roads in Nevada, the first time that’s happened in the United States. However they aren’t yet legal for use by the general public. The license follows a change in the law in Nevada earlier this year (following Google lobbying), with Google the first company […]

Cute 4-year-old Shows How to Close Out Apps on iOS Devices

Do you know how to close an app on your iPhone, iPad, etc? Wait, do you really know? Because most people just think once they leave the app, it’s closed. But actually, it’s still running in the background, eating away at your battery. This kid on YouTube, who goes by the name Smark Aleck, shows […]

Create Your Own Electronics with a 3D Printer

The 3D printing craze is still full-steam ahead. Thingiverse member, CarryTheWhat (who sells 3D printed stuff on Etsy) recently posted a design for a solder-free, 3D printed Circuit board. The goal of this project is to enable the personal manufacturing of simple electronics, especially for Open Source Hardware — with nothing except a 3D printer, […]

Introducing KegDroid: A Beer Serving Robot! [Video]

KegDroid is an Android-shaped beer dispensing robot system that uses a Xoom tablet running Android ICS as its main input/control system. The perfect beer dispensing system for any geek-frequented bar! [Via [H]]

Microsoft Planning Home Invasion

With Windows 8, Microsoft is already trying to blur the lines between operating systems on pocket, portable, and desktop devices. Now it is working on an operating system for your entire home. The company has published a research document (PDF) on an ongoing project to make a system named HomeOS. There’s no sign of a […]

Moore’s Law Could Be No More

Moore’s law is already slowing down and will collapse within a decade according to Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist. He believes physical limitations are already beginning to come into play. Exactly what “Moore’s law” means is a somewhat vague term, and the definition has varied over the years since Gordon E Moore wrote in a […]

The Festo SmartInversion: A Machine That Moves Through the Air by Turning Itself Inside Out

Festo, the awesome company behind some of the most amazing robots we’ve ever seen, has recently released a video featuring their new flying machine: the Festo SmartInversion. SmartInversion is a helium-filled flying object that moves through the air by turning inside-out. This constant, rhythmically pulsating movement is known as inversion and gives the flight model […]

Subtitle Glasses for Hearing Impaired Theatre Experience

Movies are a passion of mine. I relish in the visual wonders and audio experience of these cinematic achievements. However, there are those of us who are not so fortunate and by one means or another may lack one of the senses used to appreciate films. But now, thanks to science (and Sony Entertainment teaming […]

Billionaires See Space as a Goldmine

What’s the best way to become a millionaire mining precious metals from asteroids? The answer may well be to start out as a billionaire. Yes, a group that can only be described as the super-rich is planning to use remote controlled spacecraft to get gold, platinum, and fuel from rocks as they approach the Earth. […]

ZX Spectrum turns 30

Today marks the 30th anniversary of a truly important date in computing history: the release of the ZX Spectrum. The Spectrum was by no means the first home computer. It wasn’t the first home computer that came pre-assembled in an affordable package. It wasn’t the first home computer that allowed children to develop programming skills. […]