Viral Facebook pages are regularly sharing still images as videos - much to the confusion and annoyance of users everywhere. Here is why they do this…Read More
2017’s YouTube Rewind was just released, presenting a showcase of everything (and everyone) that is wrong with the platform. Here are 5 YouTubers you should focus on instead.Read More
YouTube is a perfectly programmed bad habit for many - starting with just one video and spiralling into hours of random content that you can’t help but continue watching. Well, the video service just reached a new milestone as people around the world are watching a billion hours of video every day.Read More
On March 21st, 2006, Twitter entered the social world. Ten years later, it has over 300 million active users and went public to the tune of more than $10 billion. Granted this is $30 billion less than 2013 and many people still misunderstand how to use it, but the company hopes to change these preconceptions wth its new ad.Read More
We love a good Rube Goldberg machine. They are amazing feats of creative engineering that serve the smallest, almost pointless purposes. Seiko have built one from tiny watch parts, which can fit onto a table rather than fill two suitcases.Read More
British inventor Colin Furze really likes superheroes, to the point where he's build a budget Iron Man suit to withstand a storm of fireworks.Read More
On average, you pick up your smartphone to complete tasks 221 times a day. For things from checking Facebook in the morning, sending Snapchats during work meetings to express boredom, to taking pictures of your food for Instagram and far too many selfies, it pretty much goes everywhere and does everything with you. While completing these tasks is a great experience for you, how do you think your iPhone feels about it?Read More
Let's be honest, many people don't get how to use LinkedIn. While it's a professional network to help look for your next employer, you don't need to sound like the career-driven version of Jesus, which is what 'LinkedIn Out Loud' sums up hilariously.Read More
The DARPA Robotics Challenge has been fascinating to watch, but one of my main concerns (as is evident in most robotics stories) is how close are we to a Terminator-esque extinction of the human race? Based on this video of robots falling over quite comically, turns out the apocalypse is not here yet.Read More
Harsh truth: Pizza Hut has tasted terrible for years. But they are on point when it comes to their parody about selfie sticks.Read More
How is the Xbox One controller improved compared to the Xbox 360? This is a question that 105 Microsoft employees have spent 2 years answering. The team have tried a lot of things, including the ability to emit smells (seriously); but a video has been released explaining exactly what's been done.
Instagram may have lagged behind Vine in providing a short video-sharing service, but they are moving ahead of the competition with one very sought after feature: importing video from your camera album.
As part of YouTube's Geek Week, comedy duo Rhett and Link has re-imagined AMC's Breaking Bad as a school musical. Having your kid cast as Walter White would be a good sign as to whether you were a good parent.
If you feel like turning your rock up to '11' in a whole different way, look no further than YouTube user TheAlphaPyro, who has created a guitar that doubles as a flamethrower.
Hugh Jackman has played a variety of roles, from Wolverine to his award-winning musical theatre. These two polar opposites have been combined in puppet form, with the hilarious "Wolverine: The Musical!"Read More
With dreams of owning a real lightsaber of your own, a crazy laser enthusiast has actually built his own Jedi weapon capable of burning straight through things. Extreme hazard labels needed!
In 1987, Steve Wilhite created the GIF (or Graphics Interchange Format). Sixteen years later, he accepted a lifetime achievement award at The Webby Awards, using a GIF for his acceptance speech to confirm, once and for all, that it's pronounced "JIF."
Leap Motion has provided deeper insight into the future of touch-free computing by showing us just what interaction is capable on Windows 8.
Now that Google Glass is out in the public, what does the future hold for the device? Will we as a society accept this device, and what apps would we use? Toronto-based creative agency Playground Inc. has answered this question with a concept video that envisions what we may be using Glass for in the coming months.
After Harrison Ford was confirmed to reprise his role as Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars sequel, alot of questions have been asked. This anticipation was turned into a rather amusing comedy sketch on Jimmy Kimmel Live, including a man in Princess Leia cosplay and a love triangle with Chewbacca.