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These Guys Traversed The Patagonia Logo In Real Life

You know this ridge line. The Cerro Fitz Roy is so distinct that legendary mountaineer Yvon Chouinard made it the logo for his outdoors gear company — Patagonia. And now, for the fist time, two men have traversed it from start to finish.


Look Out HDMI And DisplayPort, There's A New Cable In Town

Ever heard of Mobile High-Definition Link, or MHL for short? Today, it’s a way to connect a smartphone to a HDTV or monitor via microUSB. But the new SuperMHL could challenge HDMI and DisplayPort dominance over your entire home theatre.


Can 4K Make Camcorders Worth Buying Again?

Remember camcorders? They were those things you shot crappy video of your friends and family with, back before every phone and still camera on Earth gained the ability to shoot decent high-definition video. This year, they’re trying to ride 4K all the way to a comeback.


YouTube Will Soon Support 360-Degree Video Uploads

Look out, YouTube fans. Soon, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in videos that go all the way around. Google has just confirmed to Gizmodo that it will be adding native support for 360-degree videos to its streaming video service.


Who Changes The Bulbs On Top Of Transmission Towers?

Somebody with no fear of heights, that’s who, as this video showing climber Ken Schmidt making the ascent up a 457m high tower to change a bulb shows.


Here's How Microsoft Imagined The Smart Home Of The Future In 1999

Early rumours may have hinted that Apple had a fully integrated smart home up its sleeve. But after a few WWDCs, we know that’s not the case. And it’s unclear what developers are going to do with Apple’s HomeKit, a piecemeal tease that implies you’ll soon be able to control your smart toaster with your iPhone. But in the meantime, we have this Microsoft concept video from circa 1999, showing the amazing interconnected smart home of tomorrow.


The Science Behind Dark And Light Meat

Video: White meat vs dark meat is a long-running battle for the Christmas ages, with no clear winner likely to be determined soon . (Just kidding. White meat is better. Obviously.) But have you ever actually wondered why different delicious chicken, turkey or duck parts have different colours?


This Street Photographer's Start-to-Finish Analogue Process Is A Rarity

The number of people who still shoot film is small. The number of people who shoot and develop their own film is smaller, and the number of people who then make their own prints in a darkroom is minuscule. Andre D. Wagner is one of the few. This video is a window into not only his process, but his approach to taking pictures on the streets.


The Best Action Camera For Every Need

If I’m going to be doing stupid things that risk the health of my various important body parts — and I do, often — I want to make sure I capture those moments so I can relive them later. That’s how I elbowed my way into the action camera beat more than three years ago, and I haven’t looked back.


Take A Tour Of The Most Radioactive Places On Earth

People do some pretty dumb things for YouTube videos. Derek Muller does them for the sake of science, though. The host of Veritasium, a YouTube channel about science, recently visited the most radioactive places on Earth for a TV show about how Uranium and radioactivity affected the modern world. And he lived to tell about it.