Programmers enjoy humor, too, despite being locked up in dark rooms with no light sources except their computer screens.
Why, do you ask? Because there is no drive left to recover data from.
Guy falls into toilet, but manages to save his iPhone.
I wonder if it can be recycled or is one-use only.
The kicker? This "professor" tried to use a USB port as a modem.
Apparently, that is the website of a "a major bank, one of the biggest in Canada, and well known for their security". Yet they force people to use a password of 8 characters or less. WTF?
The server would rather commit suicide than upgrade to Windows 8.
Whoever said don't bring a knife to a gun fight has never met this machete-wielding store clerk.
I'm fairly certain I couldn't snap a smartphone in half even if I tried. I guess what they say is true: hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
This is a staged prank, but that doesn't make it any less awesome.
A 9-year-old boy was recently sentenced to home confinement by a state judge after he brought a hand-gun with 6 bullets, a steak knife and a small handled sledge hammer to school. When something like this happens, some folds tend...
No, the title of this post is not a joke... sadly enough.
Science? Magic? Aliens? Don't know. However, safe to say I'm never getting on a ladder again. Not that I regularly climb on ladders to begin with.
Sound too weird to be true? Watch the video yourself.
Secretary accidentally deletes shortcuts to PDF files, has not idea what those files are but insists she needs access to them immediately.