The newest Mac Pros look like garbage cans, but they're surprisingly sturdy. This one still worked after being dropped in a tank of water. Until it blew up.
Everyone loves the go-to "let's shoot electronics" .50 caliber rifle, the Barrett M82, but why not mix it up? That's why RatedRR is using this WWII-era anti-tank rifle to destroy an old iMac.
I suppose it's an Easter tradition now, so here's RatedRR showing us some beautiful slow-motion footage of a 50 caliber rifle firing through hundreds of marshmallow peeps.
The new version of Google Glass looks pretty stylish. It also holds up well when dropped on grass, concrete, and in water. Not so well when shot with a 1200 round per minute Vector submachine gun.
Sponsored by the game Watch Dogs, the folks at RatedRR explain how you can hack into anything in real life—from cameras to AC units to smart power outlets to wireless LED lights—to use those home devices as remote bomb detonators. And of course, their demonstration includes actual bombs and explosions for your…
The iPhone 5s holds up to being dropped on concrete or submerged in a bowl of water, but put a couple of .50 caliber rifle rounds through it in slow motion and it nearly disintegrates. This wouldn't have happened if Steve Jobs were still alive.