Apr 012014
 
Google Maps Announces Pokémon Challenge April Foolds

The world’s most popular mapping service, Google Maps, has announced a first of its kind challenge. The Pokémon Challenge.

Applicants must explore the world using their Android or iPhone smartphones to find wild Pokemon.

Simply tap the search bar, “press start,” and begin your quest.

Participants who collect all Pokemon will be invited to Google to take part in an epic finale.

Hurry, the game ends April 2nd at 2 PDT.

 


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Mar 272014
 
Cellphone Crashing At Disneyland

Prankster Greg Benson of Mediocre Films basically invented cellphone crashing.

What exactly is that? 

It’s when you approach a perfect stranger on the phone and pretend to take part in their conversation on your phone. Greg has amassed over 10 million views in past crashing videos, and has now brought the gag to the happiest place on Earth, Disneyland. 

 


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Mar 172014
 
Lego Robot Solves Rubik’s Cube In Record Time

Robotics group ARMflix has smashed the world record for solving a Rubik’s Cube with their latest iteration of their Lego robot, the CUBESTORMER 3. 

Using a smartphone to ‘see,’ the ‘bot solved a jumbled Rubik’s Cube in a mind-numbing 3.25 seconds, a new Guinness World Record!

They accomplished the amazing feat at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham, UK. 

 


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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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