*Japan has always been a country to watch when it comes to technology. It seems that by the time the U. S. even thinks of making a move with technology, Japan is already three steps ahead.
Now, according to some dude named Michael Snyder, the Japanese made a real life robot that walks, talks, thinks and apparently, given time, may do other things…kinky things.
According to him, its only a matter of time before men start exploring having sex with the blowup doll…OK, OK, to be fair he calls it a “virtually indistinguishable” robot.
He says technology is moving so fast that you can pretty much expect a place like Japan (who seems to be leading the charge right now in these lifelike robots) to create a doll that will give real women a run for their … (You fill in the blank).
*Its happened to any one of us, probably more times than we care to remember.
You write one of those emotional texts. Telling him to go straight to you-know-where, or her to leave you the eff alone.
Or maybe you’ve had a bad day. You haven’t even had a chance to answer the texts already sitting on your phone before another comes in. You’re tired, hungry and downright cranky so you pick up that phone and start cussing out whoever it is.
After a little while you start feeling guilty. You ask yourself why did you send those means texts and wish you could take them back, but you know you can’t, right?
*After you read this article, you may think twice before snapping that selfie.
According to the biggest hacker group in Germany, the Chaos Computer Club, its really easy for someone to break through the four most common types of computer protection and steal your identity.
“Starbug” – the mysterious keynote speaker at a cybersecurity conference in Hamburg last month, showed up in a black hoodie with the word “terrorist” emblazoned across the front to demonstrate how unsecured our computers and cellphones really are, despite all the efforts that go into creating passwords, lock codes, fingerprint scanners, facial recognition systems or even iris scanners.
As Starbug demonstrated, a hacker doesn’t even have to be in the same room as the victim to swipe their information.Continue reading →
*Aw hell no! Let’s face it, something is seriously off kilter if you are “having fun” while serving time in prison. Prison is supposed to be a place where you are held accountable for breaking the law. You’ve got to watch your back. A man ain’t even safe retrieving his soap off the floor in the shower and all that stuff. We’ve seen the movies…Shawshank Redemption! You are NOT suppose to be in there making music videos.
But two men who were caught making a rap video on a newly-acquired smartphone apparently didn’t get that memo. They were convicted of murder in 2009, when they gunned down 19-year-old college student TK Hancock in Memphis, Tenn. Continue reading →
*Hey, we’ve all been in this position: You just got a brand new TV for Christmas, and you want to get rid of the old one. Get it outta here is all you’re thinking about. But although it can be pretty temping to just toss your aging TV, iPhone 4S or Xbox 360 in the trash like regular garbage, it’s really the absolute last thing you should do.
Because your old electronics are full of toxic matter and if it makes it to a landfill, all the arsenic, lead, and cadmium goes with it. And from any angle, that would not be good. If those materials make it into landfills, they can potentially leak into our ecosystem, damaging plant and animal life and potentially impacting our food supply.
Aside from the green argument, there’s another good reason not to toss your old tech: Remember you’ve stored your passwords, bank info and other personal information over the years. Its safe there. If you throw away that old computer, there’s no telling whose hands your stuff might end up in.Continue reading →
*You can trust that I am not creative enough to make this stuff up. But I kid you not in the revelation that researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine have announced the substantial progress they are making towards growing human penises in a laboratory.
This is serious folks. But not entirely new.
Back in 2009, the team at Wake Forest succeeded in growing a “functional engineered solid organ” for a rabbit. And being human, of course they followed that up with the successful development of human erectile tissue. With that success, little else would stop them from what they felt was the only step left: grow such tissue into a full-scale penis and sew it onto a real dude with a dysfunctional er…you know.
Technically speaking, any way you angel it, its a LAB GROWN PENIS!
One woman whose husband was overly excited about the possibility had this response:
“Do you mean to tell me they have the technology to grow regenerative organs and the first thing they do is grow a d*ck?”
*Count yourself pretty hard to impress if you don’t find this portrait of actor Morgan Freeman to be absolutely AMAZING. An 18-year-old British artist used his fingers to create the ultra-realistic picture of the actor – capturing all the characteristics we have come to know him by. The distinguished gray hair, calm, direct stare, on a face punctuated with tiny moles.
Artist Jack Ede spent a period of 137 hours to create this drawing of the actor and documented his step-by-step process via Instagram and YouTube. Continue reading →