Monthly Archives: January 2015

Key & Peele's Richard Sherman and Marshawn Lynch parody just won the Super Bowl



Seattle Seahawks players Richard Sherman and Marshawn Lynch are true media darlings (read: terrible at press)

Sherman hasn’t stopped talking, basically ever, and Lynch can barely get a word out, so Comedy Central’s Key & Peele imagined what would happen if the duo held a press conference — not about the Super Bowl, but about Oscar snubs, naturally.

It would be all biscuits and gravy

A side note: “Sherman” makes some very valid points about Selma.

More about Viral Videos, Parody, Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks, and Youtube


Gamify your discontent with Mashable's Super Bowl bingo cards



The Super Bowl routinely draws more than 100 million viewers, but the average NFL game only gets around 20 million.

A quick back-of-the-envelope calculation reveals that some 80% of Super Bowl viewers are merely casual football fans or maybe not fans at all. If you find yourself in this rather large boat on Sunday, take heartMashable is offering a game that’s far superior to anything Seattle and New England can offer

Super Bowl Commercial Bingo will let you track all the clichés in this year’s crop of Super Bowl ads. So rather than groaning, you can gamify your discontent. Just print out the handy cards below and share them with your friends. If you’re not the Bingo type, you can also turn this into a drinking game Read more…

More about Advertising, Super Bowl, Watercooler, Conversations, and Super Bowl 2015

Gamify your discontent with Mashable's Super Bowl bingo cards



The Super Bowl routinely draws more than 100 million viewers, but the average NFL game only gets around 20 million.

A quick back-of-the-envelope calculation reveals that some 80% of Super Bowl viewers are merely casual football fans or maybe not fans at all. If you find yourself in this rather large boat on Sunday, take heartMashable is offering a game that’s far superior to anything Seattle and New England can offer

Super Bowl Commercial Bingo will let you track all the clichés in this year’s crop of Super Bowl ads. So rather than groaning, you can gamify your discontent. Just print out the handy cards below and share them with your friends. If you’re not the Bingo type, you can also turn this into a drinking game Read more…

More about Advertising, Super Bowl, Watercooler, Conversations, and Super Bowl 2015

Tom Brady's 'DeflateGate' press conference gets a ballsy autotune



What’s better than deflated balls? Autotuned balls

Just in time for the Super Bowl, The Gregory Brothers have autotuned Tom Brady’s now infamous DeflateGate press conference from Jan. 22, highlighting just how much the Patriots’ quarterback loves balls — especially touching and/or rubbing balls.

More about Viral Videos, Autotune, Tom Brady, Music, and Youtube


Tom Brady's 'DeflateGate' press conference gets a ballsy autotune



What’s better than deflated balls? Autotuned balls

Just in time for the Super Bowl, The Gregory Brothers have autotuned Tom Brady’s now infamous DeflateGate press conference from Jan. 22, highlighting just how much the Patriots’ quarterback loves balls — especially touching and/or rubbing balls.

More about Viral Videos, Autotune, Tom Brady, Music, and Youtube


Snapchatters not impressed with first episode of original web series 'Literally Can't Even'



Snapchat’s first original web series has arrived, and it’s not pretty.

The first episode of the aptly titled Literally Can’t Even debuted on the app’s new Snap Channel on Saturday

Episode one, called “Sip and Surf Pool Party XXX,” stars two 20-something best friends (played by Sasha Spielberg and Emily Goldwyn, who also wrote the show) in four-and-a-half minutes of cringeworthy video. (Example line: “He follows a lot of hotels on Twitter, which to me says nothing but chic.”)

Needless to say, users were not impressed with Snapchat’s first attempt at original content, and quickly took to Twitter with their reactions. Read more…

More about Video, Twitter, Entertainment, Tech, and Apps Software

Snapchatters not impressed with first episode of original web series 'Literally Can't Even'



Snapchat’s first original web series has arrived, and it’s not pretty.

The first episode of the aptly titled Literally Can’t Even debuted on the app’s new Snap Channel on Saturday

Episode one, called “Sip and Surf Pool Party XXX,” stars two 20-something best friends (played by Sasha Spielberg and Emily Goldwyn, who also wrote the show) in four-and-a-half minutes of cringeworthy video. (Example line: “He follows a lot of hotels on Twitter, which to me says nothing but chic.”)

Needless to say, users were not impressed with Snapchat’s first attempt at original content, and quickly took to Twitter with their reactions. Read more…

More about Video, Twitter, Entertainment, Tech, and Apps Software

New video purportedly shows ISIS militants beheading Japanese journalist



An online video released Saturday purportedly shows Islamic State (ISIS) militants beheading Japanese journalist Kenji Goto.

Released via militant websites, it shows a militant with a British accent beheading Goto. The video, which has not yet been authenticated, includes the symbol of ISIS’ al-Furqan media arm. Called “A Message to the Government of Japan,” it is also similar to previous beheading videos released by the extremists.

Throughout the approximately minute-long video, Goto, who was kneeling in an orange prison jumpsuit, did not say anything Read more…

More about Isis, Us World, Islamic State, and Kenji Goto

The Ongoing Quest For The ‘Brain’ Chip



 To others they are another in a long list of interesting but unpractical ideas not too dissimilar to the ubiquitous flying car. They’re called neuromorphic chips and the truth about them lies somewhere in the middle.  The main force driving interest in neural network technology is an inconvenient truth: the architecture that drove the information age, created by famed physicist… Read More

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Smarking Drives Big Data To Parking Industry



 Y Combinator-backed Smarking found a technology gap in parking industry, and the three founders decided to fill it with a smart parking solution. Designed for parking garages, the Smarking service, making use of big data, analytics and the cloud, to help parking managers maximize pricing and availability based on usage patterns and other factors that could affect demand like weather,… Read More

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