The object of the Eureka puzzle is to remove the brass ring. As usual with Fleb's videos, there's a pause in the video if you don't want to see the solution.
If you have important things to do today, it might be better to bookmark this tangram-like puzzle game and come back to it when you have some free time. READ THE REST
Puzzling is big business right now, as you might expect. Here's a short video about Buffalo Games, whose sales went from 1 million to 2 million puzzles a month. You'll see every aspect of the puzzle production process, from design (Buffalo has 6 full-time designers), to the overlaying of a cut pattern, to manufacturing. [Via… READ THE REST
A tiny but perfectly playable Rubik's Cube is on offer in Japan at the not-so-tiny price of $1900. Yuri Kageyama writes: The cube measures just 9.9 millimeters, or O.39 inch, by 9.9 millimeters, and weighs 2 grams (less than a tenth of an ounce). It's made of "ultra-precision metal," and comes with a box for… READ THE REST
When a review begins by stating that the product stands as "the weirdest headphones you'll ever own," that has to at least get your attention. And make no mistake, the Human Headphones are unquestionably weird. But then again, it wasn't long ago that AirPods looked weird dangling from people's heads too. Makers Human, Inc., have… READ THE REST
After you come out of your annual turkey coma, you probably don't wake up and think, "I'm gonna buy a bidet today." But if we're being honest, that probably isn't a statement you consider on most days. However, facts are facts. And among the mountain of offers competing for your holiday season dollars are some… READ THE REST
Not too many years ago, the router market was dominated by names like Linksys, Netgear, and others. Of course, that was before a little company called Google walked into that tech sector and threw down the gauntlet with its Google WiFi Router. Now, much like search traffic, Google owns the router space as well –… READ THE REST