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.
How can you speak to your new romantic interest if you’ve lost part of their phone number? By ringing every possible remaining combination, of course.
Younger readers were spared the hassle/cost, but older folks will remember that people used to have to make phone calls to get tips and strategies for tough video games. The most famous was Nintendo’s Power Line, and over the weekend the AV Club spoke with three former employees about what life was like working for…
“We took the space-age technology behind noise-cancelling headphones,” this spoof ad explains, “and added our own patented algorithms to filter out unwanted thoughts and conclusions.”
For times of relaxed work, there’ s the artisanal coffee shop across town where the flat white tastes rich and sensual. Then for deadline, there’s Nescafé.
Here’s a delightful fan film featuring two Bungie properties: Halo and Destiny. What happens when the two collide? Hilarity.
Honestly, you may as well just use WhatsApp.
What if Candy Crush was turned into a movie? One that starred Liam Neeson, too? Well, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert imagined just that. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
It’s easy to blame your displeasure with contemporary behaviour on the technology in our hands. But, really, humans have been busy using whatever they can to ignore you for centuries.
After 21 years, the Annals of Improbable Research — that bastion of uber-nerdy science humor — is switching from a dead tree format to an all-digital PDF format. And it’s holding a special subscription sale to celebrate. From now until October 31, you can get a yearly subscription (six issues) for just $15/year,…
Because it’s only a matter of time before you realize you need the help of someone who actually knows what they’re doing.
You can forget your Steve Jobs movies. What if Hollywood were to make a feature-length study of someone really important — like the king of enterprise computing, Michael Dell?
PS4 players now have the power to form groups for all their favorite games. Almost immediately, people used this power to make all sorts of ridiculous, hilarious, WTF, and sometimes horrible communities. Here are some of the best (and worst) that I’ve found.