Technology

News Report From 1981 About The Internet Will Crack You Up

Back when you got the internet through your (rotary) phone.
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Mars

NASA Says A Woman Will Likely Be The First Person On Mars

Men may be from Mars, but a woman may just be the first person on the red planet. The head of NASA was being interviewed last week when he said most likely a female would be the first person to step foot on Mars.
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Photo Credit: Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY staff

How To Give Your iPhone A Windows 95 Makeover

Horrible screeching dial-up internet sound not included.
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nintendo

Nintendo Just Replaced A Top Exec With Someone Named Bowser, And Fans Are Freaking Out

Bowser has officially taken over the Mushroom Kingdom. Nintendo announced on Thursday that president and COO, Reggie Fils-Aime would retire in April, and his successor will be someone who shares a name with Mario’s arch nemesis, Doug Bowser.
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Smart Security Camera

Someone Hacked Into A Fort Worth Couples Security Camera, Told Alexa To Play Despacito

The couple thought someone had broken into their apartment when they heard a strangers voice come out of nowhere.
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Walmart

Walmart Will Soon Begin Training New Managers With Video Games

For years parents have told their kids playing video games won’t get them anywhere. Even as video game streaming, and professional E-sports have grown in popularity, plenty of kids fail at achieving their dreams of playing video games as a career.
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The Motorola RAZR Is Coming Back

But it's REALLY going to cost you.
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Photo Credit: Gary Reyes/Bay Area News Group/TNS

Did You Know Apple AirPods Have A Hidden Spy Feature?

Beware: someone could be sneakily listening to you!
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Rotary Phone

[VIDEO] Teens Attempt To Use A Rotary Phone For The First Time And Struggle

A video shows a dad challenging his sons to dial a phone number using a rotary phone in under 4 minutes.
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Samsung, Television, The Wall, 219-Inch, 2019

Samsung Unveils Massive 219-Inch Television Called "The Wall"

At this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung unveiled the most important creation in their company's entire 80 year history.
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