Magician Rich Ferguson has devised a mindlessly irreverent prank for Halloween this year. He's using some tech wizardry his head appear to fall off his shoulders, and it works wonders on public streets.
Okay, let's just get this out of the way: I used to play Magic: The Gathering. I used to play a lot. It's even possible that I've played fairly recently, although I'm not admitting to anything. But I can feel slightly better about myself, now that it's been shown how you can use Magic cards to create a fully functional Turing machine.
We're no wizards or witches, but if you had a few spells, potions or um, curses, on your back to school shopping list, don't bother checking on eBay. The online auction and shopping giant is banning the sale of "magical" goods.
Nope, nothing much to see here, just a picture of a dude enjoying a gravity-defying view. And before you call shenanigans, you should know that no Photoshop was involved whatsoever: what you're looking at is 100% real.
Marco Tempest is a Swiss magician and illusionist based out of New York City who stopped by TED to show of his techno magic skills. What is techno magic? Well, in this case, it involves a rapidly changing visual feast powered by three cleverly used iPod Touches.
Here's what looks like your ordinary desktop computer. That is, until a GIANT THUMB reaches down and turns it on. The craziest part: it really works!
Chinese magician, Fu Yandong is under fire from animal right activists for seemingly having the power to "control" his goldfish with his so called "magic powers." In his Chinese New Year performance, broadcast on China Central Television, Fu Yandong is able to direct goldfish to swim in perfect formation. Is it real magic or just devil trickery?
I don't know how he does it, but Japanese magician Uchida Shinya — also known as the "Salary Magician" — decided to get a little tricky with the iPad. You see a picture of the bird on the screen then, after a tilt, it flies out and lands on his hand. How'd he do it?
Plunk down seven bucks with Think Geek, and everyone will think you're a miracle worker when you levitate this match. The pensive geeks claim this spooky illusion will work with any object that's small and light enough. Excuse us, but...
Until now, Google's Android mobile OS has only been found on the G1. Now, the second "Google Phone" has been announced: the HTC Magic. A slick-looking touchscreen phone, this model takes aim squarely at the iPhone. Featuring a 3.2-inch touch...