Isaac Asimov developed the 3 Laws of Robotics for nothing. This video is a proof of what could happen when an unsuspecting software programmer develops a self-aware computer program that’s connected to the internet (has wealth of information) eventually moves on to destroying the world.
I’ll leave saving the day to John Connor, while you enjoy this humorous video in which an XBOX Kinect programmed to be self-aware evaluates that it’s creator (the developer) is worthless to eliminate him and hacks into the US Govt’s database to steal the launch codes and eventually uses the nukes to destroy the world.
This is probably the coolest thing I might have seen in recent times. Rubber stamps (you know, the kind of stamps used by government officials) are now available in the form of Facebook Like & Unlike buttons. Imagine that you submit an application to a government agency and when its accepted, you get a copy with the “Like” button stamped. Cool eh?
Want them? Head over to Amazon.com.
[via Digital Inspiration]
If you have ever accessed any website with a mobile friendly interface over a smartphone, you would totally agree with today’s xkcd comic strip:
Although there are a few websites like this where you won’t have to face this problem.
So I got this email from AXIS Bank today advertising their online trading platform called AXIS Direct. What caught my attention was a picture of iPod Classic (the old non-touch plain vanilla one). I thought that maybe they are giving away free iPods!
Apparently James Franco was more interested in checking out something on his iPhone rather than concentrating on his job as the host of the 2011 Academy Awards
If I did that you’d call me as a dork tell me to get a life. Tell him that now!
Sure we all know that iPhone appeals to variety of users. This infographic depicts the 7 most obvious types of iPhone users.
There are so many reasons this ad deserves a look. One, it’s a TV advertisement by a Indian Web Hosting/Domain Registration company. Two, not only is it funny, the acting and direction are surprisingly good. Three, it is catchy enough to make you open the website and look what BigRock is.
I’m sure I haven’t seen anyone this intrigued by an iPhone. Ever.
Sergey Brin had a life before he was Google’s Sergey Brin. We won’t say it was the best for him. But your opinion may vary.
UPDATE: In case you are wondering if this image is fake, it’s sourced from Sergey’s own Standford web account.
The BBC comedians have a great video where they make fun of each of the brands and link well known "problems" with them. Watch the video below.
Referred in this video are Apple, Blackberry, Orange and X-Box.
That’s the best video that I’ve seen today. "Eggs-Box 360", that cracked me up!