Not all pleasant things are intended to bring you to the grave ahead of time. Some, on the contrary, will help you stay in this world a little longer. Here are five of them.
Usually, directors trying to make a movie based on a video game create such nonsense that not only gamers, but also any self-respecting viewer would hate it. In this article, we’ve collected several examples of such failed and terrible films.
The documents that Google censored included an op-ed the doctor wrote as well as a letter he sent to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo concerning the pandemic. The documents discussed Dr. Zelenko’s idea of ways to prevent COVID-19 hospitalizations.
We must envision a collective future that will empower more than just a small number of people. Will we be able to get closer to the futurists of the last century, who thought boldly and democratically at the same time? It's worth a try, at least.
The event may include the announcement of a new generation of iPad Pro and iPad mini tablets, AirPods, the long-awaited AirTag tracker, iMac and Mac Pro computers, MacBook Pro laptops, and next-generation Apple TV.
Samsung introduced the iTest web application, which allows you to experience Android smartphone features with One UI on an iPhone with Apple's iOS platform. The site was apparently developed by Samsung's New Zealand division.
Based on data from the Federal Communications Commission of the United States of America, Starlink's average speed reaches 80 Mbit/s, which itself is higher than that of the US competitors such as HughesNet and Viasat.
LG decided to close the troubled smartphone business in order to redirect resources to other promising areas, including the production of electric vehicle components, connected devices, smart home devices, robotics, AI and business solutions.
Google is developing its own processors codenamed Whitechapel, marking the line's transition to custom SoCs. Google's next flagship Pixel smartphone will receive Google's own GS101 processor.
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts decided to keep up with the times and conducted a study, the results of which will be of interest to everyone who has a social media account. They found out that the posts on social media speak of users' sex life.
This week’s stories feature Ross Hall from Auckland, who designs custom-made colorful coffins in the form of Lego or chocolate, and a new feature of Google Earth that shows how the world has changed from 1984 to 2020.
This week’s stories feature an explanation of why people confuse sea monsters with erect penises of whales, and Japanese officials who wore fake baby bumps for several days to understand how pregnant women feel.
This week’s stories feature neural networks that humanized all popular emojis and an amusing Easter egg found in Windows 95.