By now, you should have already known that China have made a name for itself for sharing services. Virtually everything can be shared, including basketballs, stools, umbrella, and the obvious like luxury cars and bicycles, but now, a Beijing-based startup has taken the sharing economy into a new era with sex dolls sharing. Yes, really! Sex doll sharing is a thing now, in China. Just when you thought there aren’t any more things the Chinese people could shared, Ta Qu (literally translates to ‘his pleasure’ and when pronounced sound a lot like the English word ‘touch’) thought that renting sex dolls will be a hit as opposed to the usual full ownership. After all, who would want to bang the same chick over and over again, right? Silicone or not. Pfff. Continue reading Everything Can Be Shared In China, Now Including Sex Dolls. Yes, Really!
When I first came across the Hello Kitty-themed tires, my immediate thought was, the Smart fortwo in Hello Kitty wrap could use these tires. After all, if you want to complete the look, why not go all the way? I mean, if you could wrap your tires, you probably would, but since you can’t, this collaboration between Korea-based Nexen Tire and Sanrio Inc. could be your best bet for the complete mouthless kitty cat-themed automobile. Wait, is she a cat? Never mind… Anyways, the tires are real and so are Kitty’s compatriot, Cinnamoroll-themed tires. Yup. There’s not one, but two Sanrio characters put onto Nexen’s tires. Two! Don’t you just love options? Continue reading You Can Now Roll On Hello Kitty Tires, Thanks To A Sanrio And Nexen Collab
I still can’t believe they actually made a movie about emoji. I know right. How is it even possible? I mean, inanimate objects that we attached with text messages are being turned into living, talking heroes? I know, with over 5 billion emojis being sent everyday, there is no doubt that emoji super huge, but a movie, really? Anyways, speaking of the ridiculously number of emojis being sent on daily basis, one couldn’t help but to be curious about what are the most commonly used. Well, to be honest, we don’t have the numbers for the world, but we do have the stats for the U.S. Someone managed to find out which emoji is the most used for each of the 50 states. Continue reading The United State Of Emoji Map Reveals That Poop Is Much Loved In The U.S.
Oh, you have seen curly hair dogs? Of course you have, but I bet you haven’t seen cats with curly hair. No, wait. Consider that you have now, because this kitten you see here has exactly that (curly hair) and it is probably the cutest thing you need to see today. Among the many things the Internet community cannot resist is cute stuff and therefore, it is no surprise that this little kitty here when viral when Twitter user mean plastic posted images of this little furry ball of cuteness. But while we go woo and ah over the incredible cuteness of this feline creature, we also ask ‘how’? How is it even possible? Well, according to Bored Panda, here’s how: Continue reading Orange Kitten With Curly Hair Is The Cutest Thing You Need To See Today
When Alfred Hitchcock’s horror-thriller The Birds (1963, Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions) was aired, people probably didn’t think seagulls would be so much of a nightmare than snagging your seaside picnic food, or dropping shit on unsuspecting beachgoers in the worst case scenario. But a 2012 video posted on YouTube will make you think twice about your presumption of these seemingly harmless avian creatures. The video, which has for some reasons only gone viral recently, captured the large seafaring bird devouring a pigeon. Yes. A freaking pigeon! And if you have not already noticed, a pigeon ain’t no small bird! Continue reading Seagull Ate A Pigeon Whole, I Gasped Hitchcock’s The Birds Is Happening!
We usually don’t post this stuff, but since this is the first, we felt obligated to let you guys on this. Admittedly, I do not know what is there to achieve jailbreaking a limited functionality piece of wearable, but in case you want to do it, you will be glad a solution could be available in near future, well, possibly… At the recent Def Con 25, hacker Max Bazaliy of the Fried Apple has demonstrated a jailbreak on an Apple Watch running on watchOS 3. According to Bazaliy, a jailbroken Apple Watch will let you in on the “sensitive data related to call records, health data, messages, emails, GPS location, Calendar entries, photos and more.” Continue reading Finally, Apple Watch Jailbroken, But The Question Is: Is It Necessary?
Thanks to Marvel Cinematic Universal, the interest for comic book superheroes has never been higher and it doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon – more so now that the two comic book powerhouses are fiercely vying for a chunk of the lucrative movie pie. Annual sale of literatures like comic books, trade paperbacks and magazines have definitely been in a decline up till the late 90s – due to financial woes and changing distribution method. However, there was a graduate increase in the beginning of 00s’ which was clearly a positive side effect of the various movie adaptations hitting the theaters and also the improve distributions in the digital media age. Continue reading Infographic: The Evolution Of Some Of The Most Iconic Superhero Vehicles
When a human decided to end his or her life during work, chances are, it is a sign of overworked or work-related stress. But what if a robot with AI did the same? Could it mean that it is overworked too? Or perhaps, it knows something that it shouldn’t? Nah. It is probably just a glitch in the system that made the robot go bonkers. Oh, wait. Maybe, just maybe, it was the heat that compelled it to cool itself down? If so, the developers probably didn’t hardcode it with critical details like, “mate, you ain’t waterproof,” and also, “mate, stairs are not for you.” Continue reading Is Security Robot Taking A Dive Into An Indoor Fountain An Ominous Sign?
Remember the helicopter that appeared to be floating into the sky when the frame rate of the camera syncs with the rotor’s revolution per minute? Impressive and weird, right? Well, as it turns out that’s not the only one that demonstrate this weirdly beautiful phenomena. Here’s another one, but this time, it didn’t involved a chunk of flying metal. Instead it was a bird. So this was what happen: YouTuber by the handle of GingerBeard posted a video of a bird that happen to flew past his security camera. Like the floaty helicopter, the camera’s capture frame rate happens to match the flap speed of the loitering bird and the result was a mind-bending optical illusion. Continue reading When Camera Frame Rate Syncs With A Bird’s Flapping, Weird Thing Happens
Who would have thought sport gear maker Reebok would ever produce footwear for astronauts? Certainly not us. The Reebok Floatride Space Boot SB-01 you see here is the footwear in question and it was developed in collaboration with David Clark Company’s aerospace branch. This pair of boots is literally a space-age footwear. Most impressively, though, it is not even a concept as in the case of many such footwear; the Reebok Floatride Space Boot SB-01 is being put through its paces by astronauts and if all goes as planned, it will be the boot of choice for astronauts shuttling between Earth and the International Space Station (ISS). Continue reading You Would Never Have Guessed Reebok Also Made Space Boot For Astronauts