9 Sad Valentine's Gifts for Very Lonely People

Valentine's Day is finally here. And in keeping with tradition, the lonely hearts amongst us will spend the evening partaking in a sacred ritual known as "human Cathy comic." But it doesn't have to be this way! There's an entire world of products out there designed for the express purpose of helping you lie to… » 2/14/15 6:32pm 2/14/15 6:32pm

Hidden camera in bra reveals how many people check out a woman's body

It's an obvious stunt. Nestle Fitness outfitted a woman with a bra camera to show just how many people sneak a glance throughout the day. Spoiler! It's a lot of random eyeballs. Why did they do this? Nestle Fitness says: to remind women around the world to check their breasts regularly to help prevent breast cancer. » 9/30/14 9:59pm 9/30/14 9:59pm

This is the weirdest and most beautiful time lapse I've ever seen

This is not your usual eye-candy time lapse of a gorgeous landscape. This one—created by Jeff Frost—is different. Speaks directly to the feelings. It's sometimes creepy, violent, and weird. And others stunning, beautiful, and relaxing. The same type of contrasts you find in real life. That's why I like it so much. » 9/19/14 6:56pm 9/19/14 6:56pm

Music-less Turn Down for What video is even creepier and more hilarious

Mario Wienerroither is back with another hilarious videoclip without music. This time Turn Down for What is transformed into a grotesque orgy of bodies twisting and turning with no apparent reason. Which makes it even creepier—yes that's possible—and funnier than the original. NSFW! » 7/30/14 10:29pm 7/30/14 10:29pm

David Cronenberg's new short shows how powerful your mind can be (NSFW)

This is not a typical David Cronenberg film. You won't find his classic exuberant makeup effects or visceral transformations. The Nest is just two characters having a conversation in a long point-of-view shot. It's so good that I sat through the entire nine minutes without blinking. It completely twisted my mind. » 7/01/14 11:40pm 7/01/14 11:40pm

Report: The NSA Collects Millions of Faces From Email, Texts, and More

Not only is the NSA interested in all your email and text messages, it would love to know exactly what you look like. The New York Times reports that the agency has been using new facial recognition software to tap into millions of images in emails, texts messages, video-conferences, and even social media to build a… » 6/01/14 12:00pm 6/01/14 12:00pm

Dear Creepers: You Can Buy a Smartphone Pre-Loaded With Spyware Now

Are you a jealous lover, helicopter parent, or otherwise neurotic human being with crippling trust issues? Then we've got the answer to all your problems right here. No, it's not therapy (although, you know, good idea); it's a top-of-the-line smartphone that comes pre-loaded with all the spyware an overbearing human… » 3/13/14 12:20pm 3/13/14 12:20pm

7 Things You Do On the Internet That'd Be Creepy to Do in Real Life

You're a different person online compared to your real life. It's okay. You don't have to irrationally like cats just because you're obsessed with cat videos. You don't have to literally poke the people you poked on Facebook. You don't have to like or follow or tag or comment or stalk celebrities like you do on the… » 10/25/13 11:02pm 10/25/13 11:02pm

This Creepy Facial Recognition System Knows How Often You Visit a Store

You might want to think twice about how often you hang out at your local Best Buy in the future. In Japan, NEC has developed a new facial recognition system geared towards retailers that determines the age and gender of shoppers, and tracks how long and how often they visit a given store. » 11/12/12 12:40pm 11/12/12 12:40pm