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  • The Community Spotlight – 04/29/2017
    If you have yet to watch GBeast's video series on Tender Loving Care, boy are you missing out!Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the Giant Bomb Community Spotlight and I, @zombiepie, am once again honored to be your host this week. With the Summer months right around the ... lees meer
    Bron: Giant Bomb NewsGepubliceerd: 2017-04-29By Brad 'Marino' Lynch
  • Atlas of Reddit’s /r/place makes sense of beautiful chaos
    Reddit’s massive /r/place art experiment remains one of the most remarkable collaborative endeavors I’ve ever seen on the internet. Screw you, museums: this is really modern art. It’s dizzying to look at it and try to make sense of the many, many, different references, pictures, flags, and symbols painted into /r/place. Luckily, an ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-29By Rachel Kaser
  • Visual effects expert sells the hell out of old Suzuki
    Earlier this month, one Eugene Romanovsky posted a YouTube video showing off his 20-year-old Suzuki Vitara. Watch it and be amazed by the capabilities of a 96-horsepower engine: I hope that altered Jurassic Park footage falls under fair use. Of course the top comment is that the commercial must cost ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Rachel Kaser
  • Watch how Elon Musk plans to fix LA traffic with giant underground tunnels
    After creating Tesla, setting the Hyperloop in motion, and trying to send more people to space, Elon Musk is now working on a boring company. And by boring, I mean creating holes in the ground. Musk has teased this new venture – literally called the Boring Company – for some ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Napier Lopez
  • Amazon’s latest Alexa feature makes it sound more human than ever
    Amazon announced this week that it’s integrating new features into Alexa, which will allow developers of Skills to make it sound more expressive and human. Alexa now supports Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML), which allows developers to control the tone, timing, and emotion of its voice. With this update, Alexa will whisper, ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Rachel Kaser
  • Apple fanboys are now in the official dictionary definition of ‘sheeple’
    Merriam-Webster just added the word ‘sheeple’ to its dictionary, defined as “people who are docile, compliant, or easily influenced :  people likened to sheep.” You know who are often called sheeple? Apple fanboys – the ones who follow the crowd and buy whatever the company sells, no matter how useless, overpriced, or unoriginal ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Napier Lopez
  • Twitter now supports emoji search, which we all absolutely needed
    Emojipedia revealed on Twitter that users can now search for tweets and usernames with specific emoji. They chose to announce it by making fun of people using the fax machine emoji. 🆕 ✨ Twitter now supports emojis in 🔍 search. Here are people using the 📠 fax machine emoji for ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Rachel Kaser
  • Guest Column: Let’s Hear It for the Game Givers
    Here's to you, the game givers.In 1989, my grandma gave me my first Game Boy.Last week, my grandma died.By the time this goes up, I'm sure it'll have been a couple weeks. Maybe a month or two? There's a point where you look back at an event and suddenly remember ... lees meer
    Bron: Giant Bomb NewsGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Mike Drucker
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 owners report their phones are randomly restarting
    The mysterious reddish tint might not be the only issue Samsung is experiencing with its smash-hit Galaxy S8 flagship. Numerous users are reporting their all-new handsets are randomly restarting by themselves. While it remains unclear what could be causing the glitch, it appears the issue persists in both the standard ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Mix
  • Read and understand a bestseller in under 30 minutes with Instaread, now 90% off
    You should read more. We’ve all said it to ourselves. You hear about a great new book and you think, “I should pick that up.” Then life happens. Before you know it, that book is on a list of hundreds of titles under the category, “I wish I wasn’t so ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By TNW Deals
  • Uber finally lets you delete your account
    After being given the cold shoulder by a hashtag-using public, Uber has finally taken the hint and given users the ability to delete their own account. This new option — which should roll out in the next few weeks — comes in the wake of #DeleteUber, where dozens if not ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Rachel Kaser
  • Ed Balls is still the best argument against searching for your name on Twitter
    Ed Balls is more than just a man with a funny name. He’s a walking, talking cautionary tale. Six years ago to this day, the former Labour party minister tried to search for his name on Twitter. Don’t judge – we’ve all done it. Mortifyingly, Balls mixed up the search ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Matthew Hughes
  • Facebook now lets Pages make money from people who steal their videos
    Video piracy is pretty rampant on Facebook. No, not in the sense that you can download the latest episode of your favorite show, but rather that videos are shared – and ad revenue gained – without proper attribution. Facebook introduced the Rights Manager last year to help combat some of ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Napier Lopez
  • Does anyone really need a phone that can tell what you’re eating?
    It’s obvious that the craziest, most daring, most innovative smartphone manufacturers aren’t in South Korea or California, but in China, where they toil away in relative obscurity. Chinese manufacturers are risk takers, and they’re prepared to try things that their larger rivals wouldn’t dare. Where am I going with this? ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Matthew Hughes
  • Google and Facebook scammed out of $100M in elaborate phishing attack
    Back in March, reports surfaced that a cunning Lithuanian phishing artist had purportedly scammed two unnamed US tech giants out of the hefty sum of $100 million – as it turns out, the two unsuspecting victims were none other than Google and Facebook. The two industry titans have now come forward ... lees meer
    Bron: TheNextWebGepubliceerd: 2017-04-28By Mix