It’s all happening!
It’s all happening!
“All social media were stopped in Iraq my only escape is Whisper,” one user said Friday amid reports Twitter, Facebook and YouTube were being blocked in Iraq.
You think different?
The dual lives of the Bay Area’s elite.
“No, that is unlikely; seems fine to us.”
Lumoid, which just raised $1.1 million in new funding, is bringing a bit of data science into the world of renting and selling photography equipment.
The image is from tonight’s showing of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” which is currently in its sixth season and produced by World of Wonder for Logo.
“Management is a head that eats problems they don’t understand.” A comic by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.
Dattch, created in the UK, has finally landed in the States. It’s a brand new day, ladies.
Because no one uses Google Plus.
Young people are increasingly taking pains to protect their privacy online. If “‘Don’t talk to strangers,’ becomes ‘Delete your cookies,’ what does that mean for brands long-term?”
Today I took out the Hubsan X4 Quadcopter, which is about the size of a human hand, and flew it at a park in Brooklyn under very windy conditions.
Twenty years ago Newcastle was run down and destitute. Now it’s home to the U.K.’s second most vibrant tech sector behind Silicon Roundabout. And those involved see no reason it can’t be one of Europe’s brightest lights too.
Your whole life feels like a 500 error.
Plus 22 totally unethical (but effective!) lifehacks, 49 hoaxes people actually believed, and a pretty terrifying life-size Marge Simpson.
Hukkster, the maker of a browser tool that alerts shoppers when items they want go on sale, just raised a fresh round of capital, BuzzFeed has learned. It’s helping retailers find their way into inboxes.
Are you Steve Jobs, or Jack Dorsey? Find out below!
This is the future.
Plus 7 things you didn’t know about Mardi Gras, how accurately your favorite TV shows portray living in New York, and finally, a hoverboard that *might* be real.
Courtesy of the Museum of London’s StreetMuseum app, which illuminates hidden histories in London, and allows users to overlay past scenes on the present using a ‘3D view button’.
And all around the world in just ONE day.
Plus a genius who combined bacon and sushi, 10 reasons Meryl Streep is queen of everything, and one thing you probably didn’t know about Super Mario.
These six hacks will change your life.
This can’t fail.
Plus 14 celebrity weddings to look forward to in 2014, the 6 worst behaved frats, and 17 can’t-miss tours in 2014.
Fast-growing business gets more funding, a representative confirms.
Plus 10 creepy Santas who will give you nightmares, 5 real-life exoskeleton designs, and an app that tells you how many days you have left to live.
Don’t underestimate how much people love a good haul video.
Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos showed off the drones, which are in development right now, on 60 Minutes tonight. He claims they could be making 30-minute deliveries in four to five years, though acknowledged that’s a particularly optimistic timeline.
Basically, humans are screwed.