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Hackers are reportedly inserting porn into ‘Super Mario Odyssey’

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Lately it feels like the wholesome world of Nintendo just keeps getting increasingly horny, what with all the revelations about Mario’s nipples, genitals, and Luigi’s enormous schlong. We even wrote about the sexual undertones of some great Super Mario Odyssey photo mode screenshots ourselves. 

But the latest NC-17 scandal out of Nintendo is a lot less fun and harmless than all that. 

Recent reports indicate that Switch hackers appear to be inserting pornographic images into Super Mario…

Hackers are reportedly inserting porn into ‘Super Mario Odyssey’

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Lately it feels like the wholesome world of Nintendo just keeps getting increasingly horny, what with all the revelations about Mario’s nipples, genitals, and Luigi’s enormous schlong. We even wrote about the sexual undertones of some great Super Mario Odyssey photo mode screenshots ourselves. 

But the latest NC-17 scandal out of Nintendo is a lot less fun and harmless than all that. 

Recent reports indicate that Switch hackers appear to be inserting pornographic images into Super Mario…

LG’s new fingerprint sensor doesn’t need a button

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LG Innotek has developed a fingerprint sensor that’s placed under a glass surface instead of in a physical button, the company announced Sunday.

The new sensor could lead to smartphones that you can unlock by placing your finger on the phone screen.

16 chilling photos of haunted houses just in time for Halloween

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Halloween has many merits, from the costume extravaganza to the decorations to the flow of sugary goodness.

But sometimes what you need to truly experience the holiday is some genuine fear.

Photographer Seph Lawless captured some authentically spooky houses from around the country, taking his camera to places so deplete of humans — and natural lighting — that the chills easily follow. Lawless, who has a particular…

16 chilling photos of haunted houses just in time for Halloween

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Halloween has many merits, from the costume extravaganza to the decorations to the flow of sugary goodness.

But sometimes what you need to truly experience the holiday is some genuine fear.

Photographer Seph Lawless captured some authentically spooky houses from around the country, taking his camera to places so deplete of humans — and natural lighting — that the chills easily follow. Lawless, who has a particular…

Regular Guy Instagrams His Lifestyle of the Rich and Photoshopped

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How’d you like to kick it poolside with Rick Ross? How’d you like to steal Beyonce from Jay-Z? More importantly, how’d you like to hitch a lift on Nicki Minaj’s outsized behind like a Rebel Alliance soldier riding a tauntaun?

There is a man, just a regular dude with a “regular 9-5 sales job in Kansas City,” who’s done all that and more. Oh, and he’s become a mini Interent celebrity in his own right for doing it. How? By tapping into the combined potential of Photoshop, Instagram and

Facebook ‘Bug’ Turns Random Codes into Profile Names

Looking for a way to waste some time this morning on Facebook? Here’s a new bug circling around the Internet that you can try out.

If you post random numbers into the sequence @[XXX:Y] or @[XXXX:Y] as a comment or status update, a name will appear when you press enter. Just watch:

Here, I typed in “@[949:0]” as a comment:




Pressed enter and voila, Anna Redmond appeared:

The same technique will work in a status update. Here I inserted “@[4353:0]“:

And the name Rob Bateman showed up:

I should clarify, I don’t have Facebook friends named Anna Redmond or Rob Bateman, probably explaining why actual tags do not appear for these two presumed Facebook users. I also tried inserting longer strings of numbers and the output when I pressed enter was a number zero, dispelling the possibility that every Facebook user has an abbreviated number sequence associated with their name.

I also tested inserting profile ID numbers (the sequence at the end of non-vanity URLs), which resulted in a traditional name tag.

We’ve reached out to Facebook for an explanation, and will update this post if they can sort this one out.

Here’s the real question: What do you think these short codes mean? Some loopy rumors are saying they give your phone number or area code a name — that’s obviously nonsensical. Let us know what you hypothesize in the comments.


BONUS: 10 Cool Facebook Status Tips and Tricks


1. HOW TO: Add a Dislike Option to Your Status Update

“Like” buttons are everywhere on Facebook, and they’re everywhere on the web. But what if you want to update your status or share something that your friends can “dislike?” We know, your friends can choose to “comment” on your post, but where’s the fun in that?

The clever Status Magic Facebook app can add a dislike button to any status updates posted via the app. And if you wanted to really mix it up you can actually customize the second emotion to anything, such as “love,” “hate,” “disagree” or even “LOLs.”

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