Cracked has taken the time to dump on car dealers and basically the entire process of buying a new car because, hey, it kinda sucks. Here’s what your local dealer’s commercials might look like if they were “honest,” had better lighting, and Steve Buscemi’s stunt double(?) as a spokesman.
Language evolves at break neck speed on the internet; what’s cool one minute is lame by the next. Case in point: “LOL” is dying. A Facebook report claims that LOL is now one of the least popular ways to express laughter on the social network. Why? Probably because of mom.
One good thing about CSI:Cyber is that you never have to wonder what an episode will be about because someone will very plainly state exactly what the episode is about within the first 10 minutes.
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Emojis may be destined to replace words as our default form of communication, but there is one universal, nuanced expression no beaming yellow ball will ever be able to replace: the lols. The has. The translation of laughter to text.
BlackBerry and Ryan Seacrest are not buds. The first Typo keyboard—an absolutely horrible iPhone keyboard attachment you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy—was just the focus of a lawsuit that cost Seacrest's crew nearly $860,000. Now BlackBerry is back, and suing them again for the Typo 2.
Another day, another story about how flying cars are just two years away. Funny how they're always just two years away.
In any other painting, a naked butt tattooed with a musical score would be the first thing you'd notice. But it's just another detail in Hieronymus Bosch's masterpiece, The Garden of Earthly Delights—which explains why it's taken someone 500 years to try to play it.
Earlier today rumors started floating around that Google is somehow now blocking Windows Phone users from accessing Google Maps through Internet Explorer.
Well, it turns out that that was totally false and untrue. As it turns out, the mobile browser version of Google Maps was built for Webkit-based browsers, and the…
The internet has done a lot for the rise of cats. With the deluge of feline videos and gifs, you'd think the four-legged furballs actually ran the world wide web. But what are cats really like? Answer all your burning questions with Wolfram Alpha's Cat Breeds Reference App.
I see what you did there, Herman Cain. Sneaky and hilarious, but for what it's worth, your 404 page is probably getting more hits this week than your entire site. Even though you're probably not going to be president, you, sir, win Internet of the Week. Now let's go and celebrate with some manly, meaty pizza. My…
Years before it was possible to spend hours at a time stalking exes and exes of exes on Facebook, there was just the straight up internet. Specifically, AOL — anyone who used Netscape or ICQ made me feel uneasy because... well, how simple was it to just use AOL? It was obviously the superior internet provider. They…
This might technically be a music video. But I'm not—however down I am with Girl Talk—watching for the music. I'm watching for the endless, perfectly timed parade of (nearly) every animated gif I've ever loved. You should too.
Guys, Facebook is so last week. You know what the new hotness is? Friendster! Hey, stop laughing!
Yes, these are Swiss Army Sunglasses. You can choose from over 240 different tools to put in it, including paintbrushes, a backscratcher, and a variety of knives. The biggest tool, of course, is you, who thinks not only that these aren't the fashion and design abomination that they are but also think they're worth the…