Feb 212014
How To Seceretly Use Your Smartphone In Class

Gone are the days of doodling and secretly reading comic books in class. Today, students have smartphones to distract themselves during school hours.

But most teachers don’t take too kindly to their students playing games on their mobile devices right in front of them. 

Thankfully, Web popular Household Hacker demonstrates how to make a stealth smartphone holder in this new video


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Feb 212014
Google Reveals Project Tango

Google has only started taking over the world. 

After taking on ambitious projects such as Google Fiber and Glass, the world’s most famous search company has now unveiled Project Tango.

Johnny Lee of Google Advanced Technology And Projects is leading his team to give mobile phones a better grasp of our 3d world. 

The purpose is to allow users to interact with their environment using their phones on a deeper, higher level that was only dreamed of in science fiction a few years ago. 


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Feb 092014
How To Beat Flappy Bird

Flappy Bird has taken the smartphone gaming world by storm, quickly surging to the top app on both the Apple iTunes and Android app stores.

The addicting game is not only fun, but infuriatingly difficult. 

This video, published by Dumb Stupid Videos, demonstrates the secret way to beat the game, and has gone viral with over 3.5 million views in just one week. 

All you need is a hammer.


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Feb 062014
Guessing People’s Cellphone Pass Codes

Back in November, Jack Vale went viral by taking advantage of people’s lax social media security. Now, he’s returned with another devious plan.

Intel recently did research and discovered that over half of cellphone users don’t have a pass code protecting their phones. Many others use basic combinations such as ’0000,’ or ’4321.’ 

With this information, Jack Vale blew the minds of volunteers on the street by guessing their cellphone pass code numbers


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Dec 212013
WIRED Magazine Interactive Print Ad For Moto X

Well this viral video is… strange.

Motorola will have a very special and innovate print ad in WIRED magazine next month.

To promote how users can customize and personalize the body of their Moto X phone, they made an interactive physical paper ad where readers can change the color of the picture. 

Now, this video promoting the print promotion has gone viral. 

Wrap your head around that. 


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