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An Australian startup, LIFX, has created a WiFi enabled, multi-colour, energy efficient LED light bulb. A light bulb that can be controlled to switch on or off, or strobe, or change colour, all from your iPhone or Android.
When the organisers of Red Nose Day in New Zealand realised they didn't have a charity song for 2012, who did they call? Eventually,...
Admit it. You've been rickrolled, and chances are, you liked it. But, it may have been a while since it happened. Here's a guide to one simple way to reinvigorate an internet meme, and probably kick off a whole new spate of rickrolling.
In our first Anthill Forum Video of the week, Jeremy Liddle, Chief Entrepreneur Officer at ENYA, explains the NAB Micro Enterprise loan. This loan is for all budding young entrepreneurs looking for seed funding, and business owners that want to grow their existing enterprise.
This latest is the viral beer ad from Carlton Draught . It's an homage to almost every cops'n'robbers movie you can think of. Guy Ritchie gets a big nod. And he deserves it after being married to Madonna for all those years.
Nikola Telsa was quite possible the most incredible entrepreneur of our time. Yet, what he achieved, including the 700 patents that are held in his name, are still largely unknown. Now, a self-funded writer/producer is raising money on Kickstarter to produce a movie about Tesla. The intention is to correct history, and give Tesla the recognition he deserves.
Imagine being able to turn every tv screen into a wireless monitor. All it takes is a nifty little device that's all smooth and curvy. That's the promise of PLAIR.
Last week a viral video began popping up everywhere - how to separate eggs using a plastic water bottle. It has clocked more than seven million views in one month. Impressive.
I used to hear my lawyer friends being bailed up for free legal advice at parties, and think, 'Wow, that's rough". However, recently, my physiotherapist began to quiz me for free marketing and strategy advice - during treatment. Oddly, I still had to pay his bill.
In 1996 performance artist, Sue Austin found herself wheelchair bound. But, that didn't stopped her from learning to dive. And now she has, with the help of a dedicated team, created a wheelchair that enables her to not only dive but also, seem to dance, underwater.
Love it or hate it, Timeline is here to stay. The rollout out of the Facebook Timeline interface is now universal across the 955 million users.
Fancy yourself an Ernest Hemmingway in the making? Perhaps you're a little more gonzo, and fashion your writing styles on Hunter S. Thompson? Either way,...
Adam Sacks is a guy who makes videos to amuse himself and hopefully everyone else too. His latest video, about the upcoming iPhone 5,...
I don't mean a Dr Evil Mini Me sort of clone, either. I've just felt that sometimes, it would be better if I could be in two places at once. Like, at home and at work. Or, better yet, diving and at home, I mean work.
In 1964 Professor Harold Edgerton took this now-famous photo of a bullet piercing an apple. He was a pioneer in stop-action photography. This photo was taken in one millionth of a second. Now, photos can be taken in one trillionth of a second. And it may revolutionise everything.
Not that I'm complaining. But, really? When did it become cool to be a science nerd? There was a distinct moment in the past few months, where science became sexy. Perhaps many people are now ok with channelling their inner Dr. Sheldon Cooper.
There's a special kind of crazy reserved for people who do stunts. Especially stunts like this one. Volvo Trucks wanted to demonstrate the precision and control of its new line of trucks. So, what better way than to have someone tight rope walk between two trucks.
If Channel Nine had any clue it would have take a direct feed from The Guardian newspaper, and broadcast its entire Olympics coverage in a stop-motion Lego animation. I mean, it's not a big stretch. Karl Stefanovic actually has Lego minifig hair without even trying.
This is one of those things that, when you see it in action, you wonder why someone didn't think of it before. It took the designers seven years to gather data, stage bicycle crashes, examine accident data and obtain feedback from a head trauma specialist. They raised $10 million in venture capital to test, design and perfect their design. But they did the impossible.
This short film is set in a future where gamification has taken on a whole new meaning. Contact lens have a new application and the way people interact with their world moves into squarely into the realm of creepy. Better yet, snail zombies exist.