I've had my share of frustrating episodes with Internet Service Providers, but never to the point of hacking into their servers three times in one day, deleting data, walking into their office wielding an axe and threatening the owner with it. That's what Bryce Kingsley Quilley did.
Common knowledge dictates that girls dig guys with muscles. However, new research suggests that women gave up on bulging biceps and strong jawlines long ago, in favor of qualities like loyalty and generosity. In other words, the scrawny geek gets the gal.
The man on the graphic photo below is a 42-year-old shop owner in the Meilan District of Haikou City, in Hainan, that big island south of mainland China. He is dead. A 41-year-old woman killed him. By squeezing his testicles.
This is Steve. 95% of his vision is gone. He's blind. And he's behind the wheel of this car, travelling perfectly across his neighborhood. It's an amazing feat. A technological miracle.
Man gets out of the cockpit. Man walks the wing. Man hangs onto the wing's edge. Aircraft rolls. Man jumps off the plane. I really don't have anything to add to this video filmed over Iceland. I'll just keep replaying it for a bit. [Thanks Jorge!]
Yeah, yeah—men are disgusting. We get it. But has the gender really let itself go to the point that we need a man bowl? Yeah, that's a dog bowl that says "MAN" on it. Because you eat like
Men, take some advice from ForbesWoman and YourTango.com. If you want to find Mrs. Right, don't bother looking until you have a job.
When a fox was shot by a hunter, it didn't die. Instead, when the hunter tried to finish the fox off with the butt of his gun, the animal pulled the trigger of the gun and shot the hunter right back.
Forget the guy who regularly took his iMac to a nearby Panera Bread. This fellow actually brought a small TV and an Xbox 360 to a Starbucks in Anchorage, Alaska and made himself at home.
The dudes over at The Tech Lounge sat down for a real-world—not canned—comparison of Mitsubishi's cutting-edge, 65-inch LaserVue HDTV with the current reigning champ, Pioneer's 60-inch Kuro plasma set. Does Mitsubishi's fancy new tech really make for a better high-def experience? The tests show, at the very least,…
Not content to just capture houses burning and other embarrassing shenanigans in the US, Google StreetView has gone overseas and done the same to a drunk Australian man passed out in his own lawn. Now that man is pissed-not in his pants, but at Google-for the invasion of privacy.
Godspeed, Yves Rossy, Godspeed! All 180 miles per hour of it, flying over the Alps with your four jets, guiding your carbon fiber and kevlar wings using just your body, and landing with your parachute on some boozetastic jacuzzi party on top of Mont Blanc. Then get drunk like a Japanese astronomer and fly away to the…
The Iron Man flick pressed my buttons from start to finish. Specifically, that little gadget nerd button over my heart, right where Tony Stark's arc reactor plugs in. On one hand, Stark's legendary womanizing, alcoholism and vanity are way underdeveloped. (Disappointingly, Downy Jr. looks too sober.) But if you're at…
Do you need a constant reminder that you're always late? Perhaps in a four-port USB hub form? Then this USB Running Man Hub is the perfect gift for your birthday, with its four distinct USB 2.0 ports in the guy's base, arm, leg and briefcase. No? You wanted a nose hair trimmer instead? Guess that's too bad then, isn't…
Much like Ronald McDonald and Dick Cheney, Verizon's "Can You Hear Me Now" guy makes public appearances, but is actually not one person, but many different people dressed up for the part. And because of this, Verizon has a fairly thick rulebook of how the guy should be dressed, how he should appear, and how nobody…
Kikkerland has designed this cute USB hub called Hub Man, who has USB sockets for arms and legs, and an LED for a heart. Most of his limbs run at USB 1.0, with only one bionic limb running at the faster USB 2.0. It costs $19, which is more than some other, faster hubs, but can they feature in an impromptu desktop…