Ever since Apple introduced the original iPad in January 2010, the burning question on all of our minds was whether it could survive a fall from space (right?) - in this case 100,000 feet. The answer is yes, apparently.
Although increasingly mild conditions of late suggests with certainty that we won't experience a white Christmas this year (at least here in Ireland), YouTube is attempting to bring some much needed festive cheer by providing a snow overlay option on some of the millions of videos available to watch on the video sharing service.
We love our high definition digital experiences but man's first attempts at recording photographs, film, and audio are still mesmerizing; as are the attempts by modern technicians to digitally preserve them.
We've curated this list of the five best time-lapse videos published in recent years, including one featuring the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and multiple scenes captured on-board the International Space Station. Enjoy!
A leaked Gmail preview video shows-off its new cleaner interface and some additional product features that users can expect in the near future. The video features Jason Cornwell, a user experience designer on Gmail, who talks about Gmail's major upcoming changes.
Twitter has released a short promotional video [0:47] claiming that it's "faster than earthquakes". While the video is meant to be understood as a light-hearted quip, the claims made in it are generally true and do validate Twitter's potential role as an early warning system.