Snapchat’s in for a serious makeover, if these screenshots discovered in the mobile app’s existing code are to be believed.
Manna may have come from heaven, but ramen comes from machines. In eight hours, Bullex's Bigger Automatic Instant Noodle Production Line produces nearly a quarter million bags of noodles. Enough to feed the citizens of Springfield, Illinois two (literal) squares a day—just like instant ramen's creator intended.
No, Apple didn't release an iPhone just for China. Instead, all these people were waiting in line for the Meizu M9, the Android 2.2-powered successor to the Meizu M8. Pretty impressive turnout for something that once started as a ripjob.
Apparently, if you are the most admired hero in the history of computing and an awesome dancer, you can cut through iPhone 3GS waiting lines like a lightsaber cuts through butter. The Woz did that today, according to a witness:
It sounds like a dream, but the circumstances here are not quite so fantastical—those that must cross a collapsed bridge to get to work have been using a zip line since last year's earthquake.
The line outside of the Apple store on 59th street in NYC is definitely an event. There are about 100 people wrapped around the block, patiently waiting for the iPhone 3G. We'll be up all night checking out the scene and talking to the diehards who can't wait to get their hands on the new phone. We've got games,…
Soon you'll be able to skip the lines at Korean McDonald's. Instead, just sit down, pull out your cellphone and pop in an RFID adapter to place an order. All you need is a phone that is compatible with the RFID adapter and can download the McDonald's ordering application. The idea of a fully autonomous Mickey D's is…
In case it wasn't clear how long the SF iPhone line is, check out this video where we got them to do the wave. How? By giving them T-Shirts. Stick around for the very end. You know why.
We went down the San Francisco Apple iPhone line (the circus of downtown) and asked people what they were going to do with their new iPhones. A couple good answers from the freaks and geeks, but you gotta watch for yourself.
Think Apple's the one getting the upper hand in this iPhone/AT&T deal? AT&T's sitting pretty too. Reader Evan sends in this picture of an interviewee line outside of the Midtown Manhattan AT&T store, all lining up for jobs leading up to the iPhone launch.