Privacy is Dead
Unless you’re one of those annoying people who loves working out and tweeting about it, chances are you find fitness apps to be annoying at best and shame-inducing at worst. And now, it’s been revealed that some fitness and health apps could be selling your bodily deets to insurance companies and advertisers, making them even more nefarious.
And here we thought companies produced free apps because they just love shaming us for our dietary choices. Nope, it turns out they’re out to make money, too.
Leonardo DiCaprio zipped around Ibiza on some sort of high-tech jet-propelled marine hoverboard recently, proving that even dorks in helmets can date Victoria’s Secret models (well, provided those dorks are Leonardo DiCaprio).
The Internet is sometimes full of words so dirty they’d make your drunk uncle blush, but a British energy drink company has created a tool that takes curse words and changes them pink lemonade.
The plugin works with Chrome and Safari, “and was inspired by the torrent of abuse directed to magazine GQ after they ran a series of One Direction covers,” The Daily Mail reports.
When the heavens open and spew forth little HRH Prince Rupert or Princess Hermione via the loins of Kate Middleton, how will the royals announce the birth? Not through social media — at least not right away.
Buckingham Palace insists the birth will be announced through a proclamation signed by doctors and rushed to the palace grounds, according to The Daily Mail. The notice will be plopped on a golden easel (we shit you not) just within the gates of the palace.
Extremely famous person Kim Kardashian is apparently hell-bent on keeping pics of her newborn daughter out of the limelight (at least until a lucrative deal is brokered, knowing her).
Two of the most significant technological achievements of our time — silicone breast implants and iPhone video games — recently met in a Beijing apartment and the results were not pretty.
A young woman was lying in bed and playing a game called Dragon Summon on her iPhone for four hours straight when she felt pain in her chest, according to The Daily Mail. It turned out her G-cup implant had ruptured.