Engineers from Carnegie Mellon University and Disney Research have developed a smartwatch technology which uses electromagnetic signals to detect what objects a user is touching, augmenting the world with contextually appropriate applications.
“You know how to spell Horse?” “I ain’t never made it past H.” Kyrie Irving’s youngblood-slaying alter ego returns. While visiting Miami, Uncle Drew hears that one of his rivals is in town – the sweet-shooting Skinny Walt. Baron Davis’ character needs his own TV show.
Watch 5-year-old Phoenix replace a Toyota Corolla’s wheel bearing. As a bonus, he throws in the gearhead’s version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. He doesn’t do it flawlessly, but that’s a mechanic for you. Heyo!
There is no spoon. Burger Fiction cut out all the bits of The Matrix Trilogy that didn’t move the plot forward, summing up the entire story in just 90 seconds. We love how they gave less than 30 seconds to Reloaded and Revolutions, because that’s all they really deserve.
“Are there any Jews in New Britain? I heard they don’t let Jews in New Britain.” Cards Against Humanity’s last ever holiday bundle gets you eight “safe for work” gifts throughout December for just $15. If you’re not buying, at least watch their ad.
(PG-13 Language) Ed Asner and Doris Roberts star in this four minute gem of a video, where the uninitiated can now become educated on what exactly it means to “Netflix and chill.” Has this made it to the Oxford dictionary yet?