...Or at least that is what I imagine happened for the laptop to end up like this.
BBC news reporter goes to grab an iPad he can hold during live TV, "mistakenly" picks up a ream of paper instead and holds the paper throughout the whole broadcast.
How young must you be to use an iPhone? Toddler age sounds about right.
I always knew Star Wars was real.
Apparently the internet is free, controlled by the government, paid for by this guy's taxes, and ISPs are thieves that steal the internet and make everyone pay for its use.
I wouldn't feel comfortable using this toilet.
Too bad it costs $49.99. $49.99. For a (large) sticker.
Or, put another way, how to almost instantly recover 180 GB of hard drive space -- delete this insanely huge text file.
Apparently it doesn't matter if a car is falling apart on the outside; as long as in the insides are sound, it will still drive just fine and people will drive it.
And that, my friends, is how Ninja Turtles were born. Or does a bee actually have to sting the turtle to mutate it into a bad guy fighting ninja? Beats me, I'm making this up as I go.
79-year-old Kohei Jinno is an unlucky Japanese man, or maybe the government hates him. Jinno will be evicted by the government from his home because of the 2020 Olympic games. And the kicker? This isn’t a first time experience fo...
Privacy is one of the most discussed issue in tech in the recent year, and this new report from Computerworld might be slightly unsettling if privacy is something you take seriously. According to Michael Horowitz of Computerworld...
Someone call the gadget abuse hotline.
In the coming years, South Korea will be home to the world’s first, and probably last, invisible tower. We’re not certain what’s the reasoning behind building this tower (aside from South Korea being able to say “first̶...
I suppose some people just really love their dogs. Or maybe some people like using Photoshop to create humorous images. Who knows.