Instagram user @Peejet is in fact the most famous person you have never heard of. He’s just consistently hanging out and getting comfy with today’s biggest stars! But seriously, photoshop is an amazing thing.
Vine – the app for people too ADHD to watch YouTube videos – has many hidden gems. Thanks to Je Kop, we can view a handful of funniest Vines from May in a compilation video. Enjoy! If you don’t have the app, download it here!
As the percentage of people with smartphones increases both domestically here in the US and globally, the amount of money spent on mobile advertising continues to grow. I sure as heck don’t want advertisements spamming my smartphone, but receiving specialized ads from some of my favorite brands may be appealing, especially when I’m shopping on … Read more
In case you haven’t seen it yet, here is the video of LA Clippers’ center DeAndre Jordan going HAM and thundering down an alley-oop over the helpless body of Detroit Pistons’ guard Brandon Knight. The spectacular play is being labeled “dunk of the year” in the NBA, and what’s interesting is that the dunk didn’t … Read more
We see them all the time–the iconic logos of Nike, Google, Coca-Cola etc. Just think, how important is the “swish” to Nike? A well crafted logo can go a long way in improving a brand’s awareness or image. So how much did some of the most famous company logos cost to design? Surprisingly, the answer … Read more
“Connect.View.Control.” Tuesday marked the release of GoPro’s first mobile application that is now available for free download from Apple’s App Store and coming soon to Google Play. The app gives users the ability to control all camera settings, instantly preview newly recorded footage, and easy access to GoPro’s popular photo and videos of the day. … Read more
Pissed off, upset, frustrated, disappointed– these are some of the feelings both players and fans of the NFL mutually share towards the league, its owners, and Commissioner Roger Goodell for allowing replacement refs to completely butcher the first three weeks of the NFL season. The final straw came last night, of course, when officials called … Read more
According to a study from Twitter, the 2012 Olympic Games generated over 150 Million tweets, with Usain Bolt taking the spotlight on a big chunk of those. The social site found that Bolt’s 200m and 100m races triggered the most chatter, with approximately 80,000 tweets per minutes (tpm) and 74,000 tpm respectively. However, he was … Read more
Not only was this crazy idea pulled off. But it was concluded that the execution was close to perfect. Or as close to perfect as an 8 month journey through space can produce. In interviews with The Los Angeles Times, engineers said initial reviews of Curiosity’s final minutes in flight revealed a startling fact: the … Read more