Google Maps is an incredible resource for virtual sightseeing, but it’s also home to some quirky and mysterious finds, from shipwrecked boats to a Photoshopped Irish prison. For example, much of North Korea is not visible on Google Maps, aside from the city of Pyongyang. Zooming in to North Korea — a nation known for its Internet censorship — will most likely get you an up-close look at rocky terrain, even in heavily populated areas. Continue reading
From emergencies and blackouts to sleepovers and camping, flashlights are useful in a variety of scenarios. Now, smartphone-charger can be added to that list. It’s an unexpected benefit of ChargeLight, a rechargeable, dockable and portable LED flashlight that doubles as a battery pack for any USB device.
For years, traditional AM/FM radio was the only form of media built into cars, but advanced alternatives such as Siruis XM, Pandora and other radio services have been added to the in-car repertoire. With more choices now on the market, drivers and automakers are still trying to figure out which form of radio is best for the dashboard. Continue reading