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Brewdog just crowdfunded £5 million and dropped taxidermy 'fat cats' from a helicopter to prove a point

Scotland's biggest independent brewery Brewdog just revealed that it raised £5 million ($7.8 million), via its crowdfunding scheme Equity for Punks, in just 20 days. This is a massive milestone because in 2013 it raised £4.25 million ($6.63 million), minus costs, in just over six months. Show More Summary

One of gaming's funniest viral videos, Leeroy Jenkins, turns 10 years old today

Ten years ago on May 11th, 2005, a video was uploaded on a gaming forum depicting a "World of Warcraft" video game raid gone wrong.   A lone team member threw caution to the wind and charged headlong into battle, bellowing his character's...Show More Summary

Remember that time Bill Gates jumped over a chair? (MSFT)

Hey, remember that time when Bill Gates jumped over a chair in a TV interview? No? Well, it happened. In a 1994 CBS interview with Connie Chung, the then-Microsoft chairman was asked: "Is it true you can jump over a chair from standing position?" "It depends on the size of the chair." Here's that move from another angle. Show More Summary

The internet is torn over whether this is a bear walking upright or a human in a bear costume

Can bears walk on their hind legs? That's the question many Reddit readers are trying to answer after this GIF of something that appears to be a bipedal bear appeared on the site. "He has good posture," one person commented. For doubters, ABC News heard about another bipedal bear ambling around New Jersey, and a reporter tracked it down. Show More Summary

The 22 most out-of-the-box outdoor ads this year

It may be one of the oldest forms of advertising in the world, but marketers are becoming increasingly creative with their outdoor campaigns. No longer just confined to static billboards, global brands this year have been conjuring up some truly creative interactive ads that are actually a joy to look at and play with. Show More Summary

A pair of YouTube stars will be immortalized as wax figures this summer

Comedy duo Smosh will be the first YouTube stars to get their very own wax figures.  The wax-figure treatment is generally reserved for only the most recognizable people in entertainment, sports, or politics, but  Smosh is immenselyShow More Summary

Facebook's new video business is awash with copyright infringement and celebrities are some of the biggest offenders (FB)

Facebook's video views are skyrocketing — but there's a dark side to this growth. The social network also has a serious problem with copyright infringement,  and rights holders say the company is doing little to stop it. Some of theShow More Summary

This fun iPhone ad parody has a serious message about how addicted we are to tech (AAPL)

There have been plenty of iPhone ad parodies in the past but this new effort, from Noka Films, takes a glimpse into what Apple's smartphone ads might look like in the future. Directors Andrey Alistratov and Hazuki Aikawa depict a world in which the iPhone 7 isn't a device you put in your pocket; it is implanted straight into your head. Show More Summary

President Obama’s senior space science adviser just said "Mars matters" — here's 5 undeniable reasons why he's right

On May 5 NASA Administrator and senior science advisor to President Obama, Charles Bolden asked those at The Humans to Mars Summit in Washington, D.C., to repeat after him: "Mars matters." The summit, which is happening from May 5 through 7, features discussions about current and future NASA efforts on the journey to Mars. Show More Summary

Millions of insomniacs claim this 8-hour video of a waterfall is the only thing that helps them sleep

Johnnie Lawson is an Irish visual artist who began uploading his videos of relaxing nature scenes to his YouTube channel five years ago. Today, the 174 videos have been viewed by over 30 million people around the world, from the US to North Korea, all claiming that the peaceful sounds are helping them study, sleep, and concentrate better. Show More Summary

Jewelers will turn your Apple Watch gold for a lot cheaper than what Apple charges

Enterprising jewelers have begun undercutting Apple's enormous price tags for gold Apple Watch Edition models, offering affordable solutions for people looking to turn their Apple Watch gold. The entry-level aluminum Apple Watch starts...Show More Summary

SpaceX is about to fly the life-saving capsule that could revolutionize spaceflight for the first time

Before the end of the 21 st century, spaceflight is going to look completely different from spaceflight of the 20 th century, and one of the leaders paving the way is Elon Musk’s private company SpaceX. On Wednesday, May 6, SpaceX will test their revolutionary, one-of-a-kind technology on board their Dragon 2 space vehicle. Show More Summary

Meet the three teenage girls Beyoncé just signed for $1.5 million after hearing them sing on YouTube

Beyoncé has gotten into the talent acquisition game by signing three teenage girls whose music she found on YouTube. Sister act Chloe and Halle Bailey, ages 17 and 15 respectively, caught Beyoncé's attention with a cover of "Pretty Hurts," according to the New York Post. Show More Summary

Samsung's latest ad is eerily similar to recent Apple ads (AAPL)

Samsung just released it's latest ad for the Galaxy S6 Edge, and it looks eerily familiar. In April, Apple made this ad for the Gold Edition of Apple Watch. When you look at Samsung's ad and the Watch spot side by side, the similarities border on ridiculous. Show More Summary

Cisco's new CEO won't be flying without the old CEO for a couple of years (CSCO)

The Cisco team was all smiles as they introduced new CEO Chuck Robbins to journalists on Monday after announcing that longtime CEO John Chambers would step down on July 26. Chambers was full of praise for the new CEO, a 17-year-veteran who won the board over unanimously during the 16 months that the CEO search took place, Chambers said. Show More Summary

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