Do you know why they call it Horseshoe Bend? Because it looks like a horseshoe.Read More »
You know, like life-size Ninja Turtle, Stormtrooper, and Superman statues, paintings, action figures, etc. Nothing too weird.Read More »
First dancing bears and now this? Forget Planet of the Apes, try Rise of the Bears.Read More »
From the very moment you bought a smartphone or sign up to a social network, you are no longer safe from being spied on by the government. The Wall Street Journal has recently reported how the FBI is capable of …Read More »
Edward Snowden, who I’m sure we all know by now as the whistleblower that leaked the US government’s PRISM program, has his very own video game. It’s an endless runner too.
If you’ve ever played games like Temple Run or …Read More »
Google makes up 25 percent of all web traffic in USA — more than Netflix, Facebook, and Twitter combined
If someone were to tell you that on an average day, Google is responsible for around 25 percent of all consumer internet traffic in the US, would you be surprised?
There’s a good chance that at least one of your …Read More »
Check out Mt. Rainier located in Seattle, Washington USA.Read More »
Is that lightning actually striking the Grand Canyon or is it lightning above the Canyon? It is hard to tell from the photo, but not that it really matters — it is a spectacular photo nonetheless.Read More »
Ever received a broken package from FedEx (or any other delivery service)? Yeah, this is probably why. The sad part is, this supposedly happens a lot more often than just this video, which was captured this past Wednesday in Manhattan, …Read More »
This video is of biblical proportions. (See what I did there?)Read More »
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which is essentially the research arm for US armed forces, is currently planning to build what they are calling a drone mothership.
The agency has recently announced several details about the project and …Read More »
It almost looks like there is a castle in the middle of the lake.Read More »
Despite the amount of leaked information regarding the NSA spying on American (and foreign) citizens that was recently released, one would think the agency would take steps to cut down on its actions. But that is not the case. Apparently, …Read More »
22-year-old Matthew Weaver is no longer a student at California State University San Marcos; he’s now doing a one year course at California State Prison for hacking his school election. Apparently, Weaver was hell bent on becoming the next student …Read More »
Players of the popular game League of Legends can now be granted P-1 visas for the US, a type of visa intended for “individual athletes.” This means that the video game is now officially recognized by the US State Department …Read More »
This is the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park, USA — the third largest hot spring in the worldRead More »
AT&T recently announced that it has put the finishing touches on the acquisition of Leap Wireless, which many of you probably know as the parent company of the increasingly popular Cricket Wireless brand.
However, it seems that AT&T is less …Read More »
A thief walked into a Virginia wireless store back in February of this year where he would proceed to rob the store of an unknown amount of Apple iPhone devices. For some strange reason, the thief chose to leave his …Read More »
Microsoft has given NSA complete access to Outlook.com and Skype, encryption is useless says Guardian report
The Guardian continues to release more information regarding leaked documents that claim the NSA was spying on American citizen via its PRISM program. The latest information claims Microsoft, the FBI, and the NSA are all in a tight relationship. So …Read More »
Sick and tired of two year contracts? I know I definitely am. Tired of being stuck with the same phone for two years? I know lots of people that will eerily chant “yes” to that question, especially considering smartphones are …Read More »
US Navy successfully lands advanced unmanned drone on aircraft carrier, the future of warfare is here
A video recently posted by the US Navy shows their unmanned X-47B drone executing a breathtaking landing on the USS George H.W Bush, an aircraft carrier in the US Navy.
The X-47B is the first unmanned aircraft to ever achieve …Read More »
Last year, NSA director General Keith Alexander gave the keynote (and recruitment-focused) speech at Def Con, the world’s largest hacking conference and an event that is known for obscuring the social and professional boundaries between hackers and the feds.
Because …Read More »
While Google’s soon-to-be flagship Moto X has been confirmed, it hasn’t truly been officially announced just yet. But if this leaked document for Verizon’s roadmap is right, we may have a release date for the device.
The document says that …Read More »
The quality of this wallpaper makes it look like it is digitally rendered — but it isn’t. This is a wallpaper of a real photo taken at Damnation Creek Trail in Northern CaliforniaRead More »
In a rather unsurprising news, a US federal judge has ruled that Apple has colluded with five publishers to raise the prices of e-books in the United States. This collusion took place months in advance of Apple’s Jan 2010 iPad …Read More »
Because of a poorly worded bill that sought to ban internet cafes and slot machines from the state of Florida, lawmakers might have done the unthinkable: banned all computers and smartphones in the state.
Back in April of this year, …Read More »
Yet another stunning wallpaper showing the beauty of nature.Read More »
According to European reporters from Reuters that have seen a recent a draft of an action plan compiled by Western governments, a number of countries are setting their collective sights on massive technology companies, including Apple, Google and Amazon, to …Read More »
I spy a supercell in Texas.Read More »