Google Plz Google Me
Cell your Soul
“If you want to work at Google, you have to think big” is what we assume this guy was thinking.
A Canadian man named Fred Brumwell rented a billboard directly across from Google’s Kitchener, Ontario, offices in hopes of landing a job with the company.
It’s not hacking, but real, old-fashioned snooping that we’re talking about.
Eva Longoria claims several Apple store employees used her account information to contact her by phone and email for personal reasons.
Rise of the Drones
Before you question this, remember that people multiple people in China have DIED for their cell phones.
In attempt to divert the attention of device-crazed boyfriend onto her, one Chinese woman attacked her beau and dragged him through the Beijing subway by his iPhone.
When Amazon announced their plans to deliver orders via drone, the world was hopeful, yet skeptical.
But what we thought were nothing more than Amazon’s wildest fantasies may be coming true. Two sources with knowledge of the project’s development revealed that initial testing for the Prime Air drone delivery service could begin as soon as October, according to India’s The Economic Times.
XXX in Tech
“Finally, I can do whatever I want!” thought every incoming college freshman ever. But for some unlucky students arriving on campus this fall, that sought-after right of passage applies to just about everything except internet usage.
Northern Illinois University enacted an Acceptable Use Policy that goes further than banning torrents, also denying students access to social media sites and other content the university considers “unethical” or “obscene.”
While tech was the focal point of TED in the conference’s early days, the contents of the popular series has certainly broadened for the better. Now, orgasms, porn, and condoms among other sexy subjects have found a place on the stage. From funny to informative and forward-thinking, they’ve been some of the most viewed and most discussed. Here are 10 of our favorite Ted Talks about sex:
Word of an up-and-coming campaign for a pen that would scan and instantly reproduce colors excited crowdfunding fans and artists alike earlier this summer.
After numerous delays, the Scribble campaign finally launched earlier this week, only to be pulled by its creators two days later after both backers and Kickstarter began raising questions. After all, it wasn’t clear exactly how the pen was taking colors from objects in the environment and changing the pen’s ink.
It’s time to throw everything your doctor ever told you out the window.
VitaCig electronic cigarettes come infused with vitamins so you can start smoking and stop eating vegetables.
Need a charge? Look no further than your own skin.
Scientists developed a temporary tattoo equipped with a bio-battery that has the potential to charge your #tech in the future.
We call it a war, but the numbers show that Uber has been dominating Lyft in the on-demand car service market. Now, new numbers reveal that Uber may have used some questionable tactics to ensure their place on top.
According to new data, 177 Uber employees have allegedly requested and cancelled a total of 5,560 Lyft rides since last October, according to CNN Money.