This is the coolest demonstration of self-driving cars I’ve ever seen

If Volvo had to appeal to Van Damme's epic split to sell more trucks, Hyundai just released this insane self-driving demonstration to try to sell their vehicles: A group of stuntmen jump from the roof of moving cars leaving them on their own. It's impressive to see the cars driving and braking without a driver. » 7/02/14 3:22pm 7/02/14 3:22pm

I wish all the World Cup matches could be played on these trick mats

This might only be an ad but when I saw these guys back flipping and jumping over each other while playing soccer on inflatable trick mats I couldn't believe what I was seeing. The action is real and it is performed by professionals—so don't get too excited about doing this anytime soon. » 6/18/14 1:04am 6/18/14 1:04am

This is exactly how I imagine the zombie apocalypse hitting Los Angeles

Venice Beach, Los Angeles. A self-absorbed narcissistic runner transforms into an ugly zombie during his jogging routine while mayhem ensues behind, without him noticing it. It's the E3 2014 animation short announcing the new survival horror video game Dead Island 2—and it is a lot of fun to watch. » 6/12/14 10:06pm 6/12/14 10:06pm

Animated short shows epic match between soccer stars and cyborgs

Nike has produced a cool new 3D animation short to promote the World Cup and the value teamwork and human creativity: What would happen if an evil organization tried to replace soccer players with cyborgs that never fail and the world's best stars had to fight back? An epic match, that's what. » 6/09/14 9:05pm 6/09/14 9:05pm

This is why the World Cup is the greatest sports competition on Earth

This might be just an ad but it's electrifying. It truly shows what the World Cup is all about, what it means to everyone involved, from the players to the last fan. It's almost a mystical experience. Supernatural. Unexplainable. And the best thing is that it's just about to start. Enjoy! » 6/05/14 8:46pm 6/05/14 8:46pm

Boring automaker hypnotizes customers to make them like their cars

Europeans think German automaker Opel is an extremely boring brand so, for their Danish campaign, they decided to hire a hypnotist to wipe people's minds clean of any preconceptions. Then they let them test a car and, apparently, they loved it—or maybe the hypnotists tricked them about that too. » 5/29/14 9:01pm 5/29/14 9:01pm

Ad Networks Are Bypassing Apple Privacy Rules With a Bunch of New Tricks

Last year, Apple gave developers a slap on the wrists for using UDIDs—unique numbers attached to every iPhone which software designers like because they make it possible to keep track of who's using their apps. Now, however, it turns out that ad networks are bypassing a whole swathe of Apple's privacy rules using a… » 6/05/12 5:49am 6/05/12 5:49am