If you’ve ever held a pair of mesh overalls in your hands after an ill-fated brunch-drunk Forever21 shopping spree, you know that alcohol-inspired poor judgement can be equal parts thrilling and terrifying.
A new mobile service, straightforwardly named Drunk Shopping, hopes to hold your hand through the experience of buying something you definitely don’t need, probably don’t even want, but couldn’t live without for five fateful minutes.
If you get frustrated paying for channels you don’t watch, just be glad that hasn’t caught on to other facets of your life.
Funny or Die painted a horrifying picture of what we can only assume is the tenth circle of Hell, where cable companies rule the world.
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Forget old-school online dating because now you can get some loving right from your wrist. No, not that way.
The Apple Watch‘s more intimate and convenient interface (see: its Digital Touch features) allows people to connect more closely than ever before. “Every exchange is less about reading words on a screen and more about making a genuine connection,” says the Apple website
And despite just a few apps being currently available for Apple…
Densely populated Bangkok has around 7 million registered cars, but only 400,000 parking spaces, a reality that former IBM consultant Paruey Anadirekkul found frustrating whenever he visited clients. As it turns out, many of these lots are owned by homeowners at their condominiums, apartments, and homes, giving him the idea to find information on the nearby estates to find a parking space that he could rent.
Having successfully done that, Anadirekkul decided to launch an online marketplace…
There is a battle brewing between some of the biggest companies in the world as they position themselves to soak up the billions of advertising dollars slated to be spent online in the coming years
On Tuesday, AOL was tossed into the fray.
Verizon announced on Tuesday that it had acquired AOL for $4.4 billion. That might sound like a lot of money, but it’s chump change compared to AOL’s height in 1999 when the Internet giant was valued at $222 billion and was so core to popular culture that…
If real Jews can find love through dating apps, fictional and historical Jews should be able to find love too
Think about it, Jewish characters have always been a major cornerstone in media. Where would President Bartlett be without Toby Ziegler? or George Costanza without Jerry Seinfeld? Hell, even the mutant revolution in X-Men would be nothing without Erik Lehnsherr (a.k.a. Magneto)
To help these fictional singles of the…
The number of Australians using virtual private network services (VPNs)
Twitter confirmed early success of its Periscope app on Tuesday with news that it racked up more than 1 million users just 10 days after launch.
The company said during an earnings call with investors that its live broadcast app — which was acquired by Twitter in March — is off to a strong start, with more than 1 million logging on to give it a try. Periscope launched just a few weeks after Meerkat, a similar service, gained significant buzz online.