Hello fellow app enthusiasts. This week was a good one for smartphone app stores across the board. An automation juggernaut makes putting your digital life on autopilot even easier. Sending short video messages is now as easy as texting. Sending email is as easy as texting. Sending texts is as easy as texting! Just…
'Tis the season for year-end greatest hits mashups, and as usual, DJ Earworm's annual United States of Pop does not disappoint. His "Do What You Wanna Do" covers all the major bases, from Taylor Swift to SexLord TrumpetKing Jason Derulo.
It's a dilemma faced by sugar-water drinkers the world over. If you screw a lid back onto a soda bottle too tight it can be almost impossible to open. Too loose, and you risk losing all the carbonation. But these clever Sodavalves solve both scenariosby providing extra leverage for opening and sealing a plastic bottle.
Ariana Grande's new music video is billed as an "inconceivable outer space adventure." Well, "Break Free" is an adventure alright. But is it an adventure you'd like to embark upon? That depends on your confidence in Ariana Grande as an interstellar space warrior.
Exactly 30 years ago today, the world saw The NeverEnding Story for the first time. It was a time before CGI, when you had to make fantasy movies with puppets. But nothing feels old fashioned about the synth-laden, sunset-colored theme song by Giorgio Moroder. The flying dragon-dog was pretty cool, too.
You've probably heard Katy Perry sing her song Dark Horse before. But you probably never heard Michael Jackson or Frank Sinatra or Metallica or Nirvana give their rendition of that pop song. Don't worry, they never did. But if you close your eyes and listen to this guy sing Katy Perry while doing the impersonations of…
And that someone is Funko, who we previously told you would be making 6-inch, articulated Game of Thrones figures. And they'll be releasing new Buffy the Vampire Slayer figures too, all due in 2014. I highly suggest saving any cash you might receive as gifts during the holidays — gonna be an expensive year.
Because, really, what teenager/twenty-something doesn't dream of constructing the perfect woman out of vintage technologies? It's certainly a lot easier than actually talking to them. In the Static Jack's latest music video, the boys carry on the proud, mildly-misogynistic Weird Science tradition of building a better…
Sharing a drink with someone when they can take a sip from the other side of your glass is reasonably acceptable. But that's just not possible with a canned beverage. You either agree to share their germs, or refuse to share at all. It's an age-old conundrum that Coca-Cola has finally solved with a two-in-one can that…
Psy isnt the only singer able to transform a critique of modern society's pitfalls into a catchy song number. In tonight's Soundtrack, Hungarian pop singer Kamy let's Mark Zuckerberg know what she really thinks of him.
Contraptions like the SodaStream let you mix up your own carbonated beverages at home, but the devices are far from portable. And carrying a six-pack or bottle of soda when camping is extra weight you don't need. Thankfully an enterprising gent named Pat has created a powdered beer and soda alternative that can be…
The route to answering the big questions these days—like, soda or pop?—is to grab a bunch of data from Twitter and analyze it. Which is exactly what Edwin Chen, a data scientist at Twitter, decided to do.
Apparently caffeinated beverages are not teaching the world to sing in perfect harmony.
Yep, that's right. Justin Bieber has joined Instagram and tweeted his first image. Yay? Within minutes, Bieber started gaining 50 followers a second and six comments a minute. And yeah, this first photo already accrued 300 likes.
No, there's no weird birth imagery, mostly naked dancing, or random extra heads. But Take That's "Kidz" video, which also came out on Monday, is almost as silly and science-fictional as Lady Gaga's "Born This Way."
Lip sync fails are not uncommon these days. But November 19, 1990 saw the culminating moment of one of the most shameful not-actually-singing debacles in pop music history: it was the day Milli Vanilli was stripped of their Grammy.
"Breaking News," the first single from Michael Jackson's forthcoming posthumous album Michael, is pretty awful. But that might not be Michael's fault! While Sony insists the track's legit, Jackson's nephews say that it actually isn't MJ singing at all. Controversy!