Tech Reviews

Introducing the iPhone 6?3m02s

Introducing the iPhone 6?

Meet the new iPhone 6 by Apple? 'Matthias' decided to take a stab what the iPhone 6 should or could look like. The official launch date is on September 9th, 2014, hope you enjoy his take.

Matthias
Published: September 6, 20141,535,653 views
Machine That Sorts Candy!2m18s

Machine That Sorts Candy!

For all the candy lovers out there, a machine sorts candy by color! It separates different colored Skittles and M and Ms and puts them into individual cups. It's fully autonomous and will sort an entire 1.5kg/56oz bag in approximately 5 minutes. Made from an AVR microcontroller (Arduino Uno), color sensor, distance sensor, servo actuators, plastic frame tubes and custom 3D printed parts.

ivc
Published: December 27, 2013951,951 views
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Best Samsung ever?11m05s

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Best Samsung ever?

Jared Busch shares his thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and argues that although the size may not be for everyone, it should still be worth consideration due to everything else it offers. What are your thoughts on the device?

JaredBusch
Published: November 14, 2014518,684 views
Samsung Galaxy S5 review10m40s

Samsung Galaxy S5 review

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is Samsung's latest flagship of 2014. Jared goes into an in depth review of Samsung's top smartphone, but is it worth the money?

New Nintendo 3DS XL First Impressions3m01s

New Nintendo 3DS XL First Impressions

The new Nintendo 3DS XL is here from Nintendo. It contains a faster processor, better 3D visual stability and an additional analog stick for better 3D gameplay. Check out the video to learn more. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

Top 10 mobile phones for summer 20143m07s

Top 10 mobile phones for summer 2014

Looking for the top smartphone for 2014? In this video, Rumble Tech presents the top 10 mobile phones for Summer 2014. You'll be surprised to know that the Samsung Galaxy S5 does not make it in our top 3 phones. Although its a brilliant phone, both the Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8 top our list for the best phones in the first half of 2014.

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"Smart Home" allows Siri to control lights, music and coffee!

For about $150 you can turn your home into a fully automated voice command center! Check out this demonstration of how you can adjust the lights, play music, and even make a cup of coffee just by commanding Siri to do it! And if you don't feel like talking to your phone you can use your tablet to function as a dashboard to control everything. Awesome!

TomMP
Published: May 10, 201699,981 views
New Razer Forge TV packs the power5m33s

New Razer Forge TV packs the power

Powered by a quad-core processor and gaming-grade graphics, the Razer Forge TV has the performance to tear through Full HD games and media. Get access to blazing fast connectivity and media streaming with Wireless AC and Gigabit Ethernet. All this power and performance has been engineered into a sleek and compact design featuring a silent thermal solution. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

Bluetooth speaker review: Anker A31432m50s

Bluetooth speaker review: Anker A3143

There's lots of expensive high quality bluetooth speakers on the market, but not everyone wants to pay over $150 for quality sound. The Anker A3143 provides quality sound at an extremely affordable price!

JaredBusch
Published: September 4, 201574,365 views
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New 12" Apple Macbook Review

Apple's New 12" Macbook is a laptop that centers around style and portability. User 'booredatwork' takes a deeper look, helping us explore this new laptop. What do you think of Apple's new product?

Smartphone review: HTC One A92m35s

Smartphone review: HTC One A9

The new HTC One A9 is a smartphone that combines a striking design on the outside with the newest features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow and HTC Sense on the inside, creating an unrivaled smartphone experience.

The Practicality Of Diamond Shapes On Measuring Tape2m58s

The Practicality Of Diamond Shapes On Measuring Tape

Of course you know what a tape measurer is used for, but most people have no idea what those tiny black diamonds are for. It's one of those things that we've all seen, but likely wouldn't be able to tell you what it's used for. This might come in handy the next time you break out the tools to get some renovation work done on your home. One of the most mind-bending has to be the black diamonds which are on some versions. They usually sit above the numbers, nestled into the lines which show segments of an inch. It's pretty obvious they aren't just for decoration, but you probably have no idea what they are actually for. Well, turns out they are used by people who make a living in construction. It stands to reason those who make money for building will need tape measures that are a little more in depth than those of us who just get them out to check our height. The black diamonds are actually called truss marks (also known as stud or joist marks). A truss is a framework, usually meaning rafters, posts and struts which support a building. So those innocuous little marks actually help professionals with truss layouts, meaning it speeds up the process of knowing where each section of whatever you're laying should go. Unless you use a measuring tape daily, you may have never even noticed those small diamond-shaped details on the top scale. And, even if you have, we bet that you only have a best guess as to what they might mean.They’re not just cute, they’re also super helpful! What do these black diamonds mean anyways? The black diamond is meant to signify the center area between studs in a home or building. The symbol will always be set at the 19.2-inch mark, but to best use it to its advantage, you must first take the time to understand the “8-foot rule.” Unless you use a measuring tape daily, you may have never even noticed those small diamond-shaped details on the top scale. And, even if you have, we bet that you only have a best guess as to what they might mean.They’re not just cute, they’re also super helpful! What do these black diamonds mean anyways? The black diamond is meant to signify the center area between studs in a home or building. The symbol will always be set at the 19.2-inch mark, but to best use it to its advantage, you must first take the time to understand the “8-foot rule.” As the man in the video says: “Many tape measures add red numbers (or some other graphical standout) every 16-inches, a very common spacing for studs in house framing. This spacing allows for six supports in each 8-foot length. If you want to locate a center between the studs, the black diamond is your best bet”. The woodworker goes on explaining: “If you divide the 8-foot space we have been using by 5 we get a spacing of 19.2”. The black diamonds on the tape measure represent that spacing. The first black diamond is at 19.2” and after that black diamonds appear at 38.4”, 57.6”, 76.8” and 96”, or 8-feet. That is one less stud for every 8-feet of wall, counting the beginning and end studs”. Pretty cool, huh? Basically, if you know that your walls were built following this standard stud placement formula, then, instead of breaking out that cumbersome stud detector, you should be able to just use your measuring tape to locate them. Let's take a look at the video, shall we?

Top 10 Laptop Ultrabooks for 20143m08s

Top 10 Laptop Ultrabooks for 2014

2014 has had some fierce competition with laptop Ultrabooks. Up until recently, the MacBook Air topped the list, but you'll be quite shocked to see who topped for Summer 2014.

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Published: July 11, 201456,186 views
Top 10 brilliant tech failures2m47s

Top 10 brilliant tech failures

Check out this top 10 list from ListFinity featuring technological inventions that simply didn't work out. Do you remember any of those products?

HTC One M8 review12m22s

HTC One M8 review

The One M8 is HTC's latest flagship phone, boasting an all metal body, new front and rear facing cameras and even better dual stereo front facing speakers.

Xbox One: A year in review6m08s

Xbox One: A year in review

Xbox One has now been on the market for over a year! In this review we take a look at how Microsoft's leading console has modeled into one of the most popular video game systems on the market.

Android L full walkthrough10m36s

Android L full walkthrough

Android L is the next version of Android after Android 4.4.4 KitKat. In this feature, Jared Busch takes you for a walkthrough of the Android L, the first Android version released by Google as a developer preview.

Lego-built machine solves Rubik's Cube1m30s

Lego-built machine solves Rubik's Cube

This homemade machine built with Lego Mindstorms, Raspberry Pi, and BrickPi, uses the Kociemba two-phase algorithm to completely solve a Rubik's cube all on its own. Unreal!

fgeorg
Published: February 1, 201734,267 views
Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K Variant review15m35s

Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K Variant review

The Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K variant is one of the world's first smartphones with a QHD/2K display and it packs the latest in hardware specs, but is it worth your money? Check out this review from 'JaredBusch'.

PlayStation Now Smart TV app3m26s

PlayStation Now Smart TV app

PlayStation Now Smart TV app is coming soon and will be available on both Sony and Samsung HDTV, allowing you to play games without even a counsel! Check out the video for more info. Credit to 'booredatwork'.