How 16 Companies Are Dominating The World’s Google Search Results

In the Academy Award-nominated film Food Inc, filmmaker Robert Kenner reveals how the varied choice of items we see on the shelves of supermarkets is actually a false presumption. Instead, that seemingly endless variety is actually controlled by just a handful of companies.

Today I’m going to reveal how the huge diversity we perceive in Google search results is once again a few large corporations controlling what we assume to be choice. Continue reading

Google Is Testing Copyless Paste In Chrome For Android, Gives Text Suggestions In Other Apps

The flag’s description includes an example of how this feature could come in handy. “If you looked at a restaurant website and switched to the Maps app, the keyboard would offer the name of that restaurant as a suggestion to enter into the search bar,” it says. Data is only stored locally and never sent to Google. Continue reading

Katy Perry Just Found Out That Her New Haircut Makes Her Look Like Guy Fieri

This is money!

Katy Perry recently chopped her newly dyed blonde hair into a cute little pixie cut. The new ‘do really suits Perry’s style but it also looks eerily similar to the hair of chef and professional awesome bro, Guy Fieri.

Someone must have told the “Chained to the Rhythm” singer about her new doppelgänger, because she posted a selfie on Instagram Thursday to celebrate the Fieri comparison. Continue reading

How ViperChill Founder Dave Cunningham Generated $1.4M In 2015

You’ve probably noticed over the years that I’m not a big fan of talking about my own finances. I have close friends and family who read this blog and as they don’t share their current wealth with me (I don’t really want to know), I would rather not share mine with them. However, I do know that those who are struggling to succeed online get a lot of motivation from the success stories of others, so I’m excited to share one with you today. Continue reading

Adult Legoland Fans Are Really Angry Theyre Not Allowed In The Kids Playground

Everyone loves Lego, but not everyone is allowed to enjoy the new Legoland Discovery Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

According to The Guardian, members of the Adult Fans of Lego community (AFOL) – yes, this is a thing – were outraged after learning they couldn’t access the center’s playground because of their age. So outraged, in fact, that one man went so far as to threaten to file a human rights complaint against Legoland. Continue reading

This Photo Of Earth Peaking Out Between Saturns Rings Will Make You Feel Small

We have an obsession with looking at ourselves from space. 

So it should come as no surprise that we continue to turn our far-flung spacecraft homeward to see what we look like from way out in the solar system.

A new photo taken by the Cassini spacecraft near Saturn shows Earth as a small speck of light, framed and dwarfed by Saturn’s famous rings. Continue reading

Rockstar To Driverless Car Manufacturers: Dont Steal Our Stuff

Driverless cars that work are cool, but using another company’s work without their permission maybe isn’t.

Earlier this week, Bloomberg reported that manufacturers of driverless cars were using video game environments as a testing ground to help teach their cars how to drive themselves. One video game in particular became the go-to for the impressive work that went into its streets: Grand Theft Auto V. Continue reading

How 16 Companies Are Dominating The World’s Google Search Results

In the Academy Award-nominated film Food Inc, filmmaker Robert Kenner reveals how the varied choice of items we see on the shelves of supermarkets is actually a false presumption. Instead, that seemingly endless variety is actually controlled by just a handful of companies.

Today I’m going to reveal how the huge diversity we perceive in Google search results is once again a few large corporations controlling what we assume to be choice. Continue reading

Orlando Promises The Future Of Self-driving Cars… At Disney World

When Walt Disney started building what would become Epcot, he envisioned the city of tomorrow. 

Orlando has taken that founding principle quite seriously. The city is launching an ambitious plan to embrace the future of autonomous vehicles — in part by testing them at Disney World and Universal Studios. Continue reading

Facebook: All Reality Is Virtual, And Were Coming For It

Facebook clearly has big, long-term ambitions, and this week we learned just how big. At its annual F8 developer conference, the company let us take a peek into its future technologies, some of them pretty far out — in every sense.

On this week’s MashTalk, the team discusses Facebook’s big announcements and what they mean for its users, not to mention the world at large. Continue reading

This Technicolor Typeface Honors The Creator Of The LGBTQ Pride Flag

Rainbows have become synonymous with LGBTQ pride and identity around the globe, thanks to artist and activist Gilbert Baker. He created the rainbow flag in 1978, as a way to represent the vibrancy of the queer community.

Baker died on March 31, but his legacy and vision of the LGBTQ community lives on through a new, creative medium — a rainbow typeface created in his name. Continue reading

Amy Schumer Gifted A $2,000 Mattress To An Employee Who Let Her Use The Bathroom

That’s one way to say, “thanks for letting me pee here.”

Amy Schumer was jogging in Chicago recently when she had a bathroom emergency. Thankfully, Sagine Lazarre, an employee at the Six Corners Mattress Firm, graciously let the comedienne use the bathroom since she was in dire need of one. Continue reading

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