Struggling with fidget spinner addiction? Well, there’s a neat web-based simulator called FFFFidget.com that’ll help you with exactly that.
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Here’s how you can take a virtual tour of billionaire Bruce Wayne’s new house and the Batcave from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie.
This Chrome and Firefox extension will let you replace Facebook’s new Reactions with emoji themed after Donald Trump, Justin Trudeau, rage/meme faces, popular Pokemon and more.
There’s a secret chess game hidden inside Facebook Messenger. Here’s how you can unlock and play it on the desktop site or on the Android and iOS apps.
YouTube seems to have silently added the ability to loop video playback on its desktop website, which means you can now stop using that third-party app or browser extension to play content from the video hosting network on repeat.
Snapdrop is a web app that offers cross-platform, wireless file transfer like Apple’s AirDrop on Windows, OS X, Android, iOS or any computer or mobile device with a browser.
A list compiling some of the best definitions from the Silicon Valley Dictionary.
Unless you’ve been completely out of the online content loop for the past couple of weeks, you must know that ad-blocking recently took center stage following the release of iOS 9. Following is an opinion on the whole scenario and the ethics of ad-blocking.
Video sharing giant YouTube is finally taking on Amazon’s Twitch with its very own live streaming service for games. The website launches today along with apps for the Android & iOS mobile platforms. The service will see a worldwide launch while the mobile apps, as announced by the YouTube team in June, will initially only be available in the UK and US.
Chatroulette has always been that weird part of the internet that everyone dreads venturing into, but courtesy of that which killed the cat, and the prospect of actual human contact, we still risk it. While users might often find themselves stumbling onto an unwelcome sights, visits to the public video chat site do, in rare cases, pay off. A YouTube video by UK film studio Realm Pictures currently making rounds on the web, is proof of the latter.