(NSFW language) Although this ad, from Artcore for the Romanian car company Dacia, blasts a variety of socioeconomic and cultural groups with its filthy insults, it’s still pretty darn funny too.
This clip could just as easily be titled “Three Cats That Don’t Give a Crap”, because that’s what this is about. They’re just chillin’ like villains while oranges and tangerines are piled on them.
The dramatic, critically-acclaimed story behind the turbulent start to Facebook makes its debut on Blu-ray (and DVD.) Expect director and cast commentary, and many extras on the disc.
With its 1.6-liter, 138hp engine, it’s not the most powerful little car – but the sub-compact Veloster is definitely one of the more sporty, and high-tech rides to emerge from the Korean automaker.
We’ve thrown all our Sudoku puzzles out of sheer frustration. Too bad we didn’t have this Google tech in our hands. It can grab an image of a puzzle and solve it faster than a human Sudoku champ.
Major Dick Winters, a compelling American hero and featured on HBO’s Band of Brothers, passed away this month following a battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Rest in peace. (Thanks George!)
Tucker, the schnoodle has a special talent. He can play the piano and sing at the same time. We didn’t say he was good at it. Then again, it’s no worse than watching the first few weeks of American Idol.
Starting Feb. 10, Verizon will be selling the iPhone 4, slightly modified to use their CDMA network. The 16GB model will cost $200, while the 32GB will cost $300; both require a new 2-yr contract.
This clever advert for Intel Core i5 processors features an action-packed chase scene, played out across numerous computer windows. But can you open that many without Windows crashing?
Made for panoramic shots, the Horizon Perfekt uses a clockwork motor instead of batteries. When its shutter is pressed, a narrow vertical slit exposes the film as the lens moves from side to side.
Michael Neff uses chalk to capture the varied shadows found in cities. Sometimes his drawing lasts a couple of years, but most of them are gone the next day, like the shadows themselves.
Dead or Alive: Dimensions continues the series’ penchant for multi-level stages and tag team fights. The game will also allow you to pull off moves just by tapping a move’s name from a command list.
The Cave by Heimplanet is an inflatable tent. No assembly is required – just use a pump or compressor and you’ll have it set up in less than a minute. Goodbye tent poles – you won’t be missed.
GE explains the benefits of dynamic braking in trains using an oversimplified demonstration – dropping objects onto jelly and then shooting them as they bounce or shatter in slow motion.
We can always rely on Freddie Wong to deal out insane amounts of violence in his clips. Here Freddie compiles every action shot from his 2010 vids, and boils them down to under 2 minutes.
With its stainless-steel counters and museum-style installations, Ralph Lauren’s D.A.D. Garage is filled with dozens of the world’s rarest cars, all in ideal condition and all driven by the designer himself.
Samsung’s designers have nearly eliminated all traces of bezel on their latest LED/LCD televisions, dropping it down to a mere 0.2″. We’ve seen ’em up close, and they’re nothing short of stunning.
This well edited, recut trailer for Ghostbusters with the Inception theme song turns the supernatural comedy into a sci-fi thriller, thanks to the immense, transforming power of music. (Thanks Kyle!)
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