Technology Videos, Page 2
Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Inside Google's Massive Data Centers
Ever wonder how big something like Google is? What about how it manages to handle the millions of queries it receives every second? Well it's all down to it's top notch data centers.
How to Fix Your iPhone
It's estimated that 60% of the 1.6 billion cellphones manufactured in 2012 were thrown away with the average American holding on to their device for only 18 months. But there is a new movement that is trying to repair devices and stop waste.
Test Flight of the Scorpion Hoverbike
Hoverboards are so last season, what you want is a hoverbike like this Scorpion-3. Watch it's first test flight in a controlled environment, just be careful of those blades.
Looking Inside Creepy Robots that Infiltrate Nature
Get under the skin of the new animatronics invading wildlife spaces and pretending to be part of the pack. The structure of these nature spies is pretty creepy especially when moving without their skin.
Making Batteries Explode with Fire
Have you ever wondered what happens when you set a lithium battery on fire? Well thanks to the Slow Mo Guys you can see exactly that and in slow motion.
Magnet Magic in a Copper Pipe
Check out what happens when you drop a magnet in the center of a copper pipe. The amazing science experiment see's the magnet defy gravity for a moment as it spins.
Will Robots Have Rights in the Future?
We all know about human rights and the freedoms associated with it but what about machines? With robots continuing to evolve will we reach a point where they will have robot rights?
Who Does Hollywood Call for Science Advice?
When it comes to movies we're expected to suspend our disbelief and just enjoy the show. But some movies do try get the science right and when they do these are the guys they call for help.
Revolutionary Room Powers Electronics Wirelessly
Imagine never having to plug your devices into a wall ever again. Well that's what the folks at Disney have been working on with this specially designed room that can power devices wirelessly.
Ingenious Origami Bullet Proof Shield
Check out this cool lightweight folding bullet proof Kevlar shield. It was designed by mechanical engineers to help police officers in the field and is designed to fold up thanks to it's origami folds.
Your Password Sucks, So Forget It
Password strength has been a contentious issue for awhile now especially in light of some big hacks like the one of Yahoo! So should you even bother trying to remember your terrible, no good, very bad password?
Merging Virtual Reality with the Real World
The one problem you always run into with virtual reality is that you, well, run into things. Like your furniture. Now a company in Utah is creating hyperreality that merges virtual reality with your surrounds.
Incredible Walking Robots with No Torsos
Meet your new robot overlords courtesy of engineers at Oregon State University. Named Cassie these next generation robots are quickly mastering walking even if it consists only of legs at this stage.
The World of Mathematics is Huge
Just the thought of maths makes most of us break out in a cold sweat but what we've been exposed to is only a tiny fraction of mathematics. The world of math is surprisingly large thanks to it's long history and many uses.
The Sticky History of Super Glue
Ever wonder what makes super glue so super? Well it might be down to the fact that history could never get rid of it no matter how hard it tried.