Have you seen this GIF of a humanoid robot in a lab? It shows an inventor gently tossing a basketball at his robot. The inventor excitedly turns to the camera only to have the robot throw the ball back and hit him in the face. The GIF has gone viral recently, but it’s totally fake.
Have you seen this video of a hawk crashing a picnic in Australia? The bird picks up a snake and tosses it at some people minding their own business. The poor folks then run off in horror. The video has gone viral, with nearly 1 million views in the past day. But it’s totally fake.
The titular villain of X-Men: Apocalypse is terrifying because of his history. If the stories are true, he was the first mutant and has been around for generations. Well, now a new viral video dives into that backstory with a familiar-feeling, late-night TV vibe.
It sure looks like this octopus at the Seattle Aquarium is attempting to flee to freedom before being caught in the act. Or, in the observant words of the person behind the camera, "He's like ... aww man, they got me!" Alas, that may not be what was really happening.
It was only a matter of time before neuromarketing and psychographics got together and spawned this insane business idea. Telepathy Advertising promises to deliver ads right to your mind.
When Charlie bit his brother's finger in 2007, the entire Internet fell in love. It's one of the most popular YouTube videos ever at nearly 500 million views and those adorable little boys could do no wrong. Until, well now. Five years later it looks like the family has teamed up with Ragu to slang tomato sauce…
Ever since the end of Fringe season three, we've been wondering what's up with Peter Bishop. Does this video which played at the show's Comic-Con panel give a hint?
Very little is known about Neill Blomkamp's new picture Elysium but a pack of clever Comic-Conners just unveiled his latest viral for the scifi flick starring Jodie Foster, Matt Damon, and Sharlto Copley. Watch the viral ad for folks who want to play God!
Here's an exclusive first look at the latest Planet of the Apes viral video. It's a pretty fantastic "uncovered scientific study" of a chimp shooting an AK-47 at a pack of idiotic dudes. Never give a monkey a loaded gun!
This National Geographic honey badger video, with a hilarious voiceover from "Randall," went viral a few months ago. Seriously, though, why can the honey badger wake up from a cobra bite and be on his merry way? And why can it get stung repeatedly by a swarm of bees and "not give a shit?"
This short, stark video of a strange creature washed up on the beach at Bournemouth was released last month on YouTube. Just check it out. You will be consumed with curiosity and want to know more about WTF is happening.
Remember that video from earlier this week showing the guy hijacking Times Square screens with a homemade "video repeater?" Or that one from a little earlier in which a guy got his dome shaved clean by an automated shaving helmet? They're both fake. No surprise there. But what is surprising is that they're both …
Could this woman in the background at a Charlie Chaplin movie premiere in 1928 be a time traveler barking into a cell phone that's on the cross-temporal 12G network?
Crazy Brazilian pranksters managed to get a colony of real ants to carry tiny protest signs in a demonstration against the insecticide Baygon. Need I say that I welcome our new insect overlords?
Classical artworks might seem boring, but applying the 3D treatment reveals some highly comical surprises behind the frame. Give it some time—the good stuff starts about 30 seconds in.
Created by Nick Murphy, this is a pitch-perfect blob of weirdness, a slo-mo romance montage featuring the Monarchs frolicking in a sunset field, drinking wine, and contemplating how they are masters of all they survey. The costumes are great, and the final FX scene with their evil lair is just plain cool. After a…
http://noneinc.com/Y3K/Back in 1999, the SciFi Channel (as it was called back then) did a series of funny viral videos for Y2K which purported to be messages from Y3K that our descendants had sent us from the future. You can find them on a seemingly forgotten part of the Syfy website. Some of the messages from the…
So what is the message being sent here? The N310 has a colorful exterior? Or is it that visitors to Samsung trade show booths are not easily freaked out by their hallucinations?