Michael Henry and Justin Robinett simultaneously sing and play the drums and piano in their cover of Billie Jean.
Google is investing "hundreds of thousands of dollars" in virtual-reality (VR) films and programs they want to put exclusively on their new hybrid store/software service called Daydream, which will debut in a few weeks.
They have quietly recruited web and YouTube stars like the Donal twins, Justine Ezarik, and more, and partnered with video game producers and sports leagues for the biggest VR initiative they've ever invested in.
Your Android will get a push rolled out on Monday to support Daydream, so we will soon get a chance to evaluate it for ourselves. I know i'm pretty psyched to try out being a first-person VR dino-killer in Island 359.
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In a WIN for every internet user, everywhere, Google has announced that they are going to rank sites that use pop-ups and interstitials further down the results page. They want to discourage behaviors where the content isn't "easily accessible."
The changes will go into effect next January, so in the meantime, try not to throw your computer out the window because of idiot new policies like Facebook's new one, forcing autoplay videos in its iOS and Android apps.
So, in the meantime, just follow the instructions above to keep your sanity.
So Tinder has revealed the top six sports by gender that were most-swiped in Rio, but they didn't get specific about which athletes may have been the chosen ones. That leaves us left guessing which athletes they might not be mentioning...
For Women's Sports they listed:
Table Tennis, Field Hockey, Rowing, Weightlifting...
...and Rugby and Swimming.
For Men's sports they listed:
Tennis, Weightlifting, Gymnastics, Sport Shooting, Judo...
Wait, let's take a look at that Judo guy again...
Okay, yeah, we get it.
Jay Jones of the Chicago Tribune lucked into finding what could be the secret recipe of "11 Herbs and Spices" that make up Kentucky Fried Chicken. What do you think, could this be the real deal:
Apparently white pepper was super rare back in Kentucky in the 50's, so that was a HUGE secret back then.
Who knew anything white was kept a secret in Appalachia?
If you try it, let us know how it compares to the real thing.
Some Americans accidentally invaded Canada this weekend when about 1500 folks in floats got pushed off-course by strong winds, pushing them onto the Ontario side of the St. Clair River in Michigan.
Unwilling to share their Molson, the Canadians insisted on bussing everyone back to the border to U.S. Customs:
It has been crazy busy. Thank you Sarnia Transit. Also thank you Esso & Lanxess. Couldn't have done it without you. pic.twitter.com/a47hmm92QS— Sarnia Police (@SarniaPolice) August 21, 2016
We can guarantee they kept the party going once they got back on U.S. soil, because #Merica'!
Remember, this is the land that, until recently, was known as the "land of rape and honey."
Oh Canada, you do keep trying, don't you?