There is an overwhelming amount of media to consume in 2016. You can catch up on the latest episodes of a network TV show, go to the theater to watch a multi-million dollar blockbuster, log in to Netflix to binge on the latest original...Show More Summary
For the past four years, Tommy Edison has vlogged his experience as a blind man in a world full of people who can see. Some of these videos are revelatory, like when he explains how the blind use money, or what his dreams are like. Today he decided to find out what riding a rollercoaster feels like. Read more...
Our dystopian, tech-dominated future is always said to be an ad-invested hell where we're all slaves to our devices. But what would that actually look like? This video shows you, and it's really not pretty. Hyper-Reality is a digital...Show More Summary
For years, Samsung has teased fans with flexible and foldable smartphones and tablets, but the company is yet to released any commercial product that people can prod and poke and buy. Sure, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S6 both have “edge”...Show More Summary
The summer TV lineup has become increasingly watchable over the past few years. Even with Game of Thrones ending in a few weeks, there will still be plenty of worthwhile television to keep up with, perhaps most notably AMC's new supernatural...Show More Summary
In the 80s and 90s, advertisers got the idea to market products to kids through video games. The games aren’t half-bad (mostly), but they’re still ads.
The hackathon behind "Soylent Dick" now brings you deep fried H2O.
Selfies may be getting a bad rap these days, but we show you how to take a #sneakyselfie without getting judged! Did you know that selfie sticks are illegal to carry at Disney World? It's true: The Mouse House will confiscate any selfie sticks they find. Show More Summary
An Amazon cottage industry reveals an Uber driver sideline.
Microsoft is expected to announce some exciting new updates for Xbox at E3 next month. Now, according to a new report from the Sams Report, Microsoft is working on two new Xbox devices which the company will show off at E3 in June. The first device, which will be a Chromecast-like device will reportedly allow users to […]
The same soap bubbles that fascinated you as a toddler can be just as engaging when you’re all grown up. They just need to be super-sized, filmed in glorious 4K, and then manipulated in post-production with a mirror effect that turns them into undulating alien-like blobs. Cue up some Led Zeppelin and let your mind go to mush during your lunch break. Read more...
Unless you’ve been disconnected from the Internet this past weekend – and who does that, am I right? – you’ve probably seen and shared the hilarious Chewbacca mom video on Facebook. The clip shows a Texas woman trying out a Chewbacca mask and enjoying every minute of it. Show More Summary
Bop It has returned, and it's more addictive (and difficult) than ever. A group of inventors called the PSI Makers showed off a massive, multiplayer Bop It at the Maker Faire in San Mateo, California, last weekend. Kids were lining up...Show More Summary
Traffic congestion is a problem that many cities across the globe continue to struggle with. And while some cities have come up with their own ways to deal with congestion, whether it be a push for public transportation or constructing...Show More Summary
The new breakfast of champions might just be 3D-printed. A contraption called the PancakeBot pours batter onto a griddle using 3D printing technology with incredible precision. Users can print flapjacks featuring various designs andShow More Summary
If you start seeing long worm-like vehicles swallowing up cars on Chinese highways, don't be alarmed. The country is just solving its massive traffic problem. These odd-looking vehicles are known as "straddling buses." They're essentially oversized trains that have been hollowed out to allow cars to pass through — sort of like a mobile tunnel. Show More Summary
If you've spent a significant amount of time on the internet, you've probably heard of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the badly-thought-out piece of legislation that governs using stuff on the internet. That it's broken...Show More Summary
About two times a year, Netflix holds an internal hackathon where employees are encouraged to come up with creative ideas and explore new technologies, both in software and hardware, that tend to fall outside of their day-to-day job description. Show More Summary
The tour made a highly illogical first stop in Ottawa.