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New Russian stealth fighter jet revealed

August 24th, 2017

Russia’s very first stealth fighter jet appeared above a sea of Russian tanks and weaponry just outside the capital Moscow – a clear signal to the world that the Russian Federation is committed to expanding its military might. The Russian Federation invited 70 countries to take part in their two-week annual International Army Games. 28 …

Verizon landline horror story

Verizon is even screwing up landlines now

August 23rd, 2017

It’s a bad week to work in Verizon’s PR department. Yesterday, the company announced that it’s making its Unlimited plans far worse, with new confusing options, price hikes for good service, and video throttling for everyone. But it’s not just the Verizon Wireless department that’s having a rough time of it: even Verizon’s landline department …

Experts plan world’s biggest sailing cargo ship

August 23rd, 2017

The Quadriga sustainable shipping project aims to build the world’s largest cargo sailing ship, which could carry up to 2,000 cars. Quadriga, which was first announced by German firm Sailing Cargo, aims to become the world’s first and largest sailing cargo ship. UK-based marine classification specialist Lloyd’s Register announced last week that it has joined …

atm forklift theft

Watch these forklift-riding thieves nab an entire ATM

August 21st, 2017

The greatest concern for most of us when it comes to visiting an ATM is remembering out PIN and making sure a skimmer isn’t stealing our info, but they do things a little differently in Arkansas. Rather than scraping PINs or strong-arming visitors, some seriously ambitious thieves decided to just cut out the middleman and …

OnePlus 5 advert: nope

Did no-one at OnePlus look at this advert before publishing?

August 11th, 2017

OnePlus, the independent manufacturer that makes the popular smartphones of the same name, has a thing for edgy marketing. Rather than splashy ad campaigns, OnePlus tends to rely on viral videos and an incrdibly annoying “invite” system. But this time, it has outdone itself. The premise of the 90-second YouTube short is pretty simple: a …

james damore

How Google unwittingly created a men’s rights martyr

August 11th, 2017

A week ago, nobody knew who James Damore was. Being an engineer at Google might be a solid gig, but it doesn’t exactly come with a whole lot of exposure. A 10-page memo he wrote explaining his views on diversity in the workplace — and more specifically, why he believes women aren’t a good fit …