Magikarp may be one of the weakest monsters in Pokémon Go, but he still managed to briefly control one of the most sought-after gyms in the entire country: the White House. It’s amazing.
For the last week, Pokémon Go players have been taking part in a secret battle to gain control of the most visible and coveted gym in the entire country: the White House.
It is 2016, and at least one religious institution hasn’t let go of the idea that Pokémon is somehow sinful. What a time to be alive.
Um. So this is a thing that actually happened.
YouTube’s biggest star is infamous for screaming over footage of video games, and while he makes some good money doing it, it seems that his neighbors don’t really appreciate his shitck at all.
Louis CK has a long, complex and hilarious history of interacting with modern technology. But now he’s decided to quit the internet.
Sony plans to make a single movie out of emoji—but what if studios just remade every movie using the icons?
Virtual reality sometimes seems like magic. President Obama certainly seemed to think so this morning.
If you’ve been to the app store on your phone recently, you’ve probably noticed a slew of clever apps that let you virtually swap faces with someone standing next to you. It’s a fun party trick, but Imgur’s JakeMarshall91 took it to another level by swapping faces with ancient sculptures in a museum.
Chicago’s Fox 32 was reporting on some extreme weather that was headed their way, and had a guest stop by to lend them a hand: Tom Hiddleston.
HTC and Valve’s Vive VR headset lets you physically move around in virtual reality. You can walk, run, jump, flail your arms, and all that good stuff. You can also be a shambling disaster zone.
If people don’t reply to your email, it almost certainly didn’t get lost. It’s either you fault or theirs—not the internet’s.
There’s a dark and mysterious force out there that’s intent on attacking the country’s power lines, and this map shows exactly where the culprits strike. The culprits are, of course... squirrels.
If you haven’t seen Force Awakens yet, SPOILERS AHEAD.
Larry King has a flip phone, misses typewriters, and thinks that snail mail is a minor miracle. And don’t get him started on taking your iPhone along to dinner.
Twitter is buzzing tonight with a new trending topic: #ExplainAFilmBadly. It’s pretty funny, and at some points, painfully accurate.