Back in stock on Amazon. Just kidding, it’s gone again.
Last week’s 4.50 system update introduced a bunch of new features to the PlayStation 4. Unfortunately for some, that includes crippling wireless network lag. While Sony looks into the issue, there are a couple of temporary workarounds to keep you playing online.
Instagram did such a good job of completely ripping off Snapchat’s stories feature that you might think the two features work exactly the same. Well, I’ve got some bad news for you: your Instagram stories are totally public.
Last year, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released a fireworks safety video that was tough to take seriously. In this year’s PSA, the organization turned down the explosives and instead focused on a story that recently impacted someone in the public eye.
Even if those friends are half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herders. Maybe especially then.
I love Apple’s new accessories new. The Magic Keyboard is a beautiful work of industrial design and surprisingly fun for typing. The Magic Mouse 2 looks the same as its predecessor, but it’s rechargeable. And that, I’m afraid, is a blessing and a curse.
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Don’t forget to grab Diancie. Mythical Pokémon Diancie is available through Monday for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire in North American and PAL regions. I completely forgot (thanks for the reminder, Oliver!). Don’t be me.
In a very special episode of Toy Time, I demonstrate why there is absolutely no reason to have a 1.4 watt laser sitting around on the desk of an easily bored person.
You can now download your entire Google search history to your computer. Sound neat? That’s what I thought at first. And then I realized there were dangerous things in my search history—things way worse than my taste in porn.
This week, Netflix has apparently quietly launched the Classic Balls Puns Based on the Collected Works of Arnold Schwarzenegger segment of its Original Programming*. This is my way of telling you that you can now watch a show called Scrotal Recall.
The Driving Dead is an ambitious web series with zombies, an 18+ rating, and The Walking Dead's Michael Rooker. It was also created for the Illinois Department of Transportation (really), and is sprinkled throughout with PSAs about driving impaired and not buckling up. It's also, well, surprisingly good.
Since the first drunk-driving PSA in UK—50 years ago—the number of DUI accidents deaths has fallen dramatically. But how can you celebrate the good results when there is still people out there killing themselves by driving drunk? This brilliant commercial shows how.
More than a hundred NGO's—including Oxfam, Save the Children, and Amnesty International—have united to put pressure on next week's United Nations General Assembly meeting with this shocking PSA.
Adolescent delinquency is directly linked to verbal child abuse. That's why the Center for Psychological Research in Shenyang, China, made this PSA to raise awareness about this problem, transforming distressing words into deadly weapons.
This PSA starts with a couple of kids fighting with mom's dildos in the front yard. Then mom feels really ashamed about it and at the end, after an unexpected twist, I felt the same way.
If you've ever washed your hands with anti-bacterial soap, there's a good chance you were rubbing yourself down with a chemical called triclosan—a chemical that's been proven to be harmful in humans in recent years. Now, Minnesota has become the first state to officially ban it. And yours could be next.
Binge watching is a very real problem, affecting millions of Americans every day. Don't let it destroy your life, too.
In almost every sci-fi movie worth re-watching, it seems that us humans are always less technologically advanced, dumber and only serve as a mere speed bump into an alien race eliminating humans to take over our planet and suck Earth dry of its resources. We're always the weaker ones in alien wars. Well, what if we're…