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Flappy Bird’s cosmic ancestor returns. Change your ship into one of three colors to match and pass through obstacles. This update has new graphics, a time trial mode, a level editor and music by Daedalus.
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(SPOILERS) In their Breaking Bad special, Mythbusters recreated Walt’s lethal junk in the trunk from the TV show’s finale. Series creator Vince Gilligan dropped by to see if the trap would be busted or confirmed.
The world’s slimmest and most compact utility knife. It uses standard two- or four-notch utility blades and has a built-in predecessor. This new version has a smoother lever and a small magnet that prevents the blade from rattling.
“You are the sum of all your training.” NBA MVP Steph Curry, pioneer ballerina Misty Copeland and Masters winner Jordan Spieth star in this impressive ad made by Droga5 for Under Armour.
It’s rare that we see anything truly innovative in the world of keyboards, but LG just knocked out socks off with their new Rolly – a full-size Bluetooth keyboard that rolls up into a stick that you can stow in a backpack, briefcase, or purse.
Director Ninian Doff’s video for The Chemical Brothers’ new track works as a brilliant standalone work of science fiction, leaving us wanting to know so much more about this dystopian world that lives somewhere between Mad Max, The Walking Dead and Westworld.
A Song of Ice and Fire theorist Alt Shift X parodies himself by arguing that young King Tommen’s cat Ser Pounce is the prophesied reincarnation of the novels’ legendary hero Azor Ahai. Up next: is Olly King Joffrey?
(PG-13 Language) A degenerate talent scout (Nicholas Hoult) working for a British record company in the late ’90s takes drastic measures to keep the money flowing in and fuel his vices. Based on John Niven’s eponymous novel.
An anonymous host tells his guests what to do at every stage of the party. Matt Ingebretson’s comedy short is a tad too bitter and cynical but it’s still relatable. Just remember folks, parties are not civic duties.
Ready yourself for those cold and rainy fall and early winter days with Carhartt’s ultra-lightweight hooded jacket. Stuffed with 3M Thinsulate Featherless insulation and finished with Rain Defender water repellent.
YouTube regular brusspup is back to show us two handfuls of simple science experiments you can do with household liquids, from lighting things on fire with water to separating colors thanks to the varied density of different liquids...
Minnie and Mickey Mouse drop a coin at a wishing well to live happily ever after, but Pete steals all of the coins in the well. Disney parodies Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and its other films in this wacky animated short.
Three of Nike’s most popular models will be available with fleece uppers exclusively on NikeiD: the bestselling Roshe One, the resurgent Air Huarache Run and the hit women’s shoe Juvenate. Drops 8/27.
Screen Junkies struggles to find anything really bad to say about Mad Max: Fury Road, because it was just that good, instead focusing on the unusual career of director George Miller, and a few other nitpicks about one of the most entertaining movies in years.
Unified Weapons Master hopes to launch a new combat sport which allows fighters to wield real-world melee weapons, protected by a high-tech suit of armor called The Lorica, which can track damage and relay the stats in real time. Support the project over on Indiegogo.
“Remember Bobby Paulson? He’s grounded.” Chuck Palahniuk tried but failed to make a kid-friendly version of his novel. Fortunately the Fine Brothers pulled it off nicely, retelling the movie version in a grade school setting.
(PG-13) There are many aspects of Wes Anderson’s work which are consistent across his films. While his style, casting, and musical choices are often discussed, his effective use of cursing is not. Luís Azevedo of The A to Z Review makes it right in his video essay.
Thabto London reinvents the pushpin board with these self-adhesive rolls of natural cork. Cuts easily so you can make your own custom memo board in any shape. Comes in a 10-foot roll, includes 20 pushpins, and design ideas to get you started.
Field Day presents a new soap opera by Mark Douglas of Barely Productions. It perfectly captures the intrigue, romance, and melodrama of the Vaseline-lensed daytime TV genre. Except with cats.