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Watch a young Brian Williams warn the world about virtual reality back in 1996

Virtual reality may be considered somewhat mainstream now thanks to Facebook's Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus headsets, but that wasn't always the case. This was humorously highlighted in an old NBC feature on virtual reality from back in 1996, where a young Brian Williams warned the public about the potential dangers of VR headsets. Show More Summary

Silicon Valley has a huge role in Pixar’s movie ‘Inside Out’

In an increasingly tech-savvy world, there's no escaping Silicon Valley. The startup universe even made its way into Pixar's latest kids' movie, "Inside Out." The Bay Area-based animation giant often sets its movies in the Golden State. Show More Summary

What Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and other highly successful people do on the weekends

For some, the weekend is a sacred retreat from the hustle and bustle of our busy work lives. F or others, the weekend is a myth — Saturday and Sunday are mere extensions of the workweek and a chance to get ahead of the competition. Judging...Show More Summary

A German man took revenge on his ex-lover by sawing everything they own in half and selling it on eBay — and the resulting images are splendid

Breakups can be messy — especially when your jilted ex-lover owns a saw. A German man supposedly took revenge on his former partner by slicing everything they owned together in half, the Daily Mail reports. The man used a range of power...Show More Summary

The internet is going wild for this spontaneous dance-off that took place in a high school cafeteria

On certain rare occasions, high school can a be truly amazing place. Take, for example, Yorktown High School in New York, where a video of a cafeteria dance-off taken on the last day of school has gone completely viral. The unofficial winner is a junior named Kevin Carroll, and his dance skills are incredible. Show More Summary

People on Facebook are panicking after someone uploaded this disturbing photo of a half-eaten baby dolphin

People are vowing not to set foot in the Atlantic Ocean this summer after a mauled baby dolphin washed up on a New Jersey beach — and experts can't seem to agree on what kind of shark attacked the animal. The picture was taken this past weekend in Wildwood, New Jersey, and Facebook user Gene Alesi uploaded it to Facebook. Show More Summary

This video perfectly captures why we are so excited about NASA's mission to Pluto

It’s been over 3,000 days and nearly three billion miles since NASA's New Horizons spacecraft set out for Pluto. It's a mission that faced countless roadblocks and setbacks before it ever got off the ground. Now the spacecraft is closing in on Pluto and its moon system that sit at the very edge of our solar system. Show More Summary

How the digital photography revolution began — a story of cobbled-together parts and two scientists working under the gun

At Bell Labs in 1969, two scientists were told they had to make progress on a key research project or they would lose their funding. After just an hour of work, they had a breakthrough. This was a milestone in the invention of digital photography, one  of the most exciting inventions of modern times. Show More Summary

This dad quit his job and is still raking in cash for a viral video he made of his son 6 years ago

In 2009, David DeVore Sr. uploaded a Youtube video of his son entitled "David After Dentist." The video amassed three million views in its first three days on the platform.  Six years later, "David After Dentist" has over 129 million views.  In 2010, David Sr. Show More Summary

This YouTube beauty star put her reputation on the line to send a message to the world

NikkiTutorials has been on YouTube for seven years vlogging and giving makeup tutorials. But recently, she's noticed nasty social media comments about women who use makeup. So she decided to paint half her face with makeup and leaveShow More Summary

Elon Musk loves this sci-fi spaceship because it 'does the most unexpected things'

If there's one thing Elon Musk is famous for, it's thinking big. His game-changing ideas for reusable rockets and hyperloops, he says, initially grew from his affinity for reading fantasy and science fiction books as a child. In a recent...Show More Summary

A Papa John's commercial from 5 years ago bizarrely highlighted the 'discovery' of ordering food online

Sometimes the world makes no sense. This fact is multiplied when you talk about the internet world.  Take this video from the well known pizza making chain Papa John’s.  It was first posted to YouTube in 2010, and i n it, the company announced an updated website. Show More Summary

This killer feature made HTC choose Google's cloud over Amazon and Alibaba

When smartphone manufacturer HTC went looking for ways to make life easier for its internal app developers last year, it turned to the cloud, where huge pools of resources are available for hourly rental to anybody with a credit card. Show More Summary

The oldest map of the universe is over 3,600 years old

The design on this disc might look like a six-year-old's scribbles, but in reality, it's one of the most sophisticated and influential artifacts of the Bronze Age. And it might never have been discovered if not for a couple of illegal treasure hunters who dug it up and sold it on the black market. Show More Summary

Stunning video of what 'World of Warcraft' might look like if it were made today

YouTuber Daniel Luchau recreated what "World of Warcraft" would look like if it were made in 2015. To create this updated world Daniel used the gaming engine Unreal Engine 4, which is often used to power virtual reality games. Video courtesy of Daniel Luchau Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

This guy completely destroyed a $10,000 gold Apple Watch by placing it between two really powerful magnets

When the Apple Watch initially launched a few months ago, some video bloggers performed stress tests to see just how much damage the watch can handle. This included trying to scratch the watch's screen with various materials such as sandpaper and dropping the watch on the ground. Show More Summary

Samsung may release a giant Galaxy phone with a curved screen later this year (SSNLF)

Samsung is reportedly working on another giant-sized phone in addition to its next Galaxy Note that will debut later this year, according to blog Sam Mobile. The phone will likely be a bigger version of the Galaxy S6 Edge with a much larger screen. Show More Summary

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