This is a vintage video of truth-telling hip owner Shakira seeing a camera phone for the first time while on tour in Japan circa 2000. She says she’s thankful that the Japan-only phone model won’t work in America because otherwise the paparazzi would be going nuts. Little did she know
In I don’t ever want to get old news, these are two videos of grandmas attempting to use the smartphone picture on the signs in front of the Mobile Order Curbside Pickup parking spots at McDonald’s to contact the restaurant. These, uh, these have to be fake, right? Is this
Because why should you die just because you couldn’t be bothered to pay attention crossing the street, South Korean industrial designer Minwook Paeng created a wearable robotic ‘third-eye’ that will alert users with a buzz if they’re about to run into something while looking down at their phone. Thankfully, Paeng
Remember payphones? Feels like a hundred years ago, doesn’t it? Well it was, it was actually a hundred years ago when AT&T tore the last payphone off an outside wall at a 7-11, its phonebook stolen long before by hoodlums who burnt it in an alleyway. My God we’re old.
These are several shots and a TikTok video of Vietnamese man and “tech fanatic” Nguyễn Minh Hiền’s home fence, which he adorned with over 2,000 broken iPhones (mostly 6’s and 7’s), spending more than $10,000 on what absolutely nobody else would argue wasn’t a terrible exterior design decision. @minhhienapple Tiếp
Remember Pokemon Go grandpa? Of course you do, THE MAN IS A LEGEND. And now he’s upgraded his 45-smartphone rig from last year to this 72-phone peacock-looking mammer jammer. That is a lot of Pokemon Go. That’s so much Pokemon Go it may have actually moved into the realm of