Pixar Easter Eggs Video

Watch: 150 easter eggs from Toy Story, Finding Nemo and more Pixar movies

By on August 14, 2015 at 3:43 PM.

Watch: 150 easter eggs from Toy Story, Finding Nemo and more Pixar movies

After struggling to produce another critically acclaimed masterpiece for the first half of the decade, Pixar returned with a flourish when Inside Out hit theaters in 2015. The movie is sitting at a sterling 98% on Rotten Tomatoes, and its success has given us hope for upcoming releases like The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory.

But before we look forward, let’s take a step back into the annals of Pixar history.

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Google Maps Easter Egg Moon and Mars

Terrific new Google Maps feature lets you boldly go where few men have gone before

By on August 6, 2014 at 5:10 PM.

Terrific new Google Maps feature lets you boldly go where few men have gone before

Looking to visit distant planets from your couch? Google Maps has you covered, with the help of a brand new Easter Egg that’s available to all desktop users of the latest Google Maps version. The company announced on Google+ that it now lets users explore both Mars and the Moon — at least virtually — from inside its popular mapping application. More →

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Angry Birds Seasons Easter edition launches for iOS, Android [video]

By on April 18, 2011 at 12:21 PM.

Angry Birds Seasons Easter edition launches for iOS, Android [video]

Just in time for Easter, Rovio has released the latest episodic update to its insanely popular Angry Birds franchise. After taking a break in Angry Birds Rio, it appears the green pigs are back — and some are wearing Easter bunny hats. In Angry Birds Seasons: Easter Eggs players will continue to launch birds in an effort to destroy the pigs and pick up extra points by collecting Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies. The update, which packs 15 new levels, is available for iOS devices for $0.99 in the iTunes App Store and is free for Android smartphones from the Android Market. Hit the jump for a video highlighting some of the action. More →

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Android SDK shows off Google’s Lighter Side

By on September 3, 2008 at 11:49 AM.

Android SDK shows off Google’s Lighter Side

The folks developing the Android SDK enjoy a good laugh as much as they enjoy coding. Two amusing Easter Eggs have been found in the latest version of the Android SDK. Intermixed in with the usual constants for the accelerometer are the following two values:

  • float GRAVITY_DEATH_STAR_I 3.5303614E-7
  • float GRAVITY_THE_ISLAND 4.815162

Looks like Star Wars and Lost are two of their fave entertainment choices. Hidden within the camera application is another Easter Egg. Just snap a picture and you will be rewarded with a handsome (?) picture of Bill Lumbergh from “Office Space”. LOL.

Thanks, Chris!

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