Because you're worth it. These memes will definitely make it to your list of great memes, and it of course includes Michael Scott.
Today’s going to be rough for everyone, so why not block out the horror of your weird uncle with some classic gaming? Solitaire, the world’s loneliest card adventure, has always been better on the computer, and now Microsoft has delivered a holiday treat a few months early.
Also, starting today, you download Microsoft’s classic “Microsoft Solitaire Collection" for iOS and Android, according to The Verge. The game, which has been on Window for more than 25 years, includes Klondike, Spider, FreeCell, Pyramid, and Tripeaks. Best of all, it’s free.There’s a “Premium Edition” that costs $1.99 a month and includes an ad-free version along with daily challenges and game boosts. But for those strapped for cash, this is the perfect way to ignore your family.
Don’t want to download another app, simply go to Google, type in Solitare and start playing. It’s the best.
As soon as your family decides to bring up the election, you can zone out into your phone and shake quietly to yourself.
Happy Thanksgiving, Daily What-ers!
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.
For more information, go here.
Something strange is happening in Pakistan.
Team Android has discovered a bizarre Easter egg in Google Maps that shows the Android logo peeing on the Apple logo.
To check it out yourself, just go to these coordinates, and you will be sent to Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
Another piece of Google Maps graffiti was later found in the Takht Pari Forest, which you can see below.
It is believed to be the result of someone abusing Google’s Map Maker tool, and the company issued a statement to The Daily Mail.
“We’ve terminated the Android involved in this incident, and he’ll be disappearing from Google Maps shortly,” said a Google rep.
And Pascal Hartig, a Twitter engineer, also pointed out that it was a random user.
So yes, it would appear that Google Maps review process could use a little work.
Head on over to Pakistan and soak it up now before it’s gone.