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You probably watch more television than you should. Whether this is a good thing is a discussion for another day, but what we’re interested in is what brand of TV you currently own.
The success of crowdfunded innovations has attracted the brilliant…and also the inane and insane. Here are 10 of the absolute worst Kickstarter campaigns we could find. Watch them because they are comedy gold.
UK government restores data retention powers, Verizon and Netflix continue war of words, Cortana predicts World Cup winners, Netflix advertises the best job ever, and Kelsey Grammer is a grammar Nazi, but only on Twitter.
Aereo uses recent Supreme Court ruling to its favor, Chromecast gets an AirPlay-like update, Spotify is finally coming to Canada, you WILL want RocketSkates, and a YouTube video that makes you hallucinate.
Facebook isn’t exactly a beloved institution, and yet it’s able to deflect most criticism. Why is that?
Also, Microsoft issues reminder over the end of support for Windows 7, Uber ends emergency price gouging, Apple patents all-glass iPhones, hundreds of free Microsoft eBooks, and kids react to the original Game Boy.
We all know YouTube is the place to go for videos of all descriptions. Well, those that are both legal and suitable for work, at least. There are alternatives to YouTube, but none that have the brand awareness and breadth of content that the Google-owned site can boast. Channels have been a key ingredient in […]
New Zealand ISP gives its customers what they want, Isis discovers power of branding, GameStop sets out to ruin video games, potato salad is funded through Kickstarter, and we watch a 72-minute-long trailer.
Russia wants Internet user data kept within its borders, TSA insists mobile phones are kept charged, Uber is ruled legal in London, see books no one finishes reading, and drones flying through fireworks is spectacular.
Companies need you to trust them in order to sell you their products or services. Some manage it better than others, and some manage it very badly indeed.
Not all life hacks are created equal. Alongside the fantastic and fascinating life hacks are some that are so unethical that no one in their right mind should even try to pull them off.
Android Wear apps added to Google Play, Samsung ends plasma TV production, BIC needs you to create the universal typeface font, Cortana predicts the results of the 2014 World Cup, and the Transformers ditch Michael Bay.
Fallout from the “right to be forgotten,” Yahoo kills several unheard of services, Google launches Project Ara beta, Lindsay Lohan sues Rockstar over GTA V character, and Tetris gets played on a T-shirt.
From PewDiePie to Smosh, from Nigahiga to the Vlogbrothers, all are welcome.
Online book sales have overtaken retail book sales, the UK is investigating the Facebook experiment, IFTTT makes Yo useful, Oculus Rift experiment gives third-person perspective, and Google tests our general knowledge with Smarty Pins.