Remember the Furby Craze? Yeah those little gremlin look-a-likes that talked to you and batted their eyelids. Well a new craze is here for the new generation called Hatchimals. Like the Furby, these toys have the ability to engage with kids but there are reports buzzing of these toys saying curse words.
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The last 24 hours haven't been great for reporter Kurt Eichenwald. After a combative interview with Fox News, Eichenwald went on Twitter to make his case. However, in the process he upset several Trump supporters -- one of whom sent him a flashing image. Now, Eichenwald is claiming that the flashing image spurred an epileptic siezure and that he plans to press charges against the sender...but can he do that?
Pokemon Go is arguably he single best thing to happen to mobile gaming in quite some time, over the last couple of months, after a slight decline in players, the game has taken off again. Why? Well, Ditto is now a live character in the game. The tricky part is actually finding Ditto.
Today's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is a huge event for hundreds of thousands of people, and millions more watch the parade from their homes. But given the international climate of recent terror attacks, the NYPD has been working overtime to keep the parade safe. To that end, they've implemented a new technique: "blocker cars." So what are blocker cars?
Ah, the things celebrities do to remain beautiful! We often hear celebrities regaling the media with tales of cupping (we can thank Gwyneth Paltrow for that one), tanning, pilates, and just about every possible technique out there that whips you into shape. But a burrito sweat bed? Now that's a new one. Selena Gomez made an appearance recently at the American Music Awards and told the media about some unusual efforts that her trainer has made to keep her healthy and one of them has been a burrito sweat bed! So what exactly is a burrito sweat bed and what does it do for you?
There has recently been a lot of chatter about the Nike "self lacing" shoes. The shoes will start selling on December 1, and as many have noted, they are expensive. But at over $700, they're nowhere near the most expensive sneakers available. The title of most expensive sneakers ever goes to an airline -- which sold a one-off pair of shoes for almost $100,000.
There has been a lot of chatter on Reddit and other forums in the last 24 hours about "pre-commitment" and "pre-commitment hashes." The chatter focuses on what Internet users have determined to be "wrong" hashes for Wikileaks publications. But what are these "pre-commitment hashes?" And why is it a problem if they're wrong?