3D modeler Martin Utrecht is back with his latest render, and it's of the iPhone 7, which is reportedly already in production, with Samsung already beginning to mass produce the A9 chip that will power the mobile device. Industry sources claim that Apple may hold two press events next year, to showcase the iPhone 6S in spring, and in September, to unveil the iPhone 7. Utrecht says: "Based on an idea from tech editor Steven Tweedie from Business insider I visualized what an iPhone 6 would look like with the display pushed to the edges. One concept looks at making the display wider - by doing so the overall physical dimensions of the iPhone become smaller than that of the iPhone 6. The other concept imagines a display which goes all over the front...with a few holes in the display where the speaker and touch ID/home button go." Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a hypnotic Slinky master.
Ever have a burning questions on your mind that just sounds plain absurd? Well, those questions are better left for Google, and not a public message board like Yahoo Answers. For example, this person wants to know if it's possible to make toast using a microwave. If you've never heard of this service, it's basically a knowledge market launched on June 28, 2005 that allows users to both submit questions to be answered and answer questions asked by other users. It was created to replace Ask Yahoo!, Yahoo!'s former Q&A platform which was discontinued in March 2006. Continue reading for more.
Buying a bottle of Coca-Cola from a vending machine isn't anything special, but the last thing you'd expect to see coming out is some money and a furry thing. Reddit user "usmc_jpt" found exactly that, but it turned out to be a prize of sorts, in the form of $1.25 worth of quarters and the famous Coke Polar Bear. We're guessing that many machines around town have at least one of these prize bottles, but you may have to buy more than one for a shot. Continue reading for more pictures.
According to Haunted Galveston team members, The Galvez Hotel in Texas is one of the most haunted places in the state. Built in 1911, 11-years after the devastating hurricane that killed some 6,000 Galveston Island residents and leveled most of the buildings on the island, room #505 apparently has the most paranormal activity. In addition to apparitions, there have been orbs and other such things spotted by guests. Continue reading to see more creepy haunted hotels you can stay at.
Pivotal Tracker 1 isn't just another Fitbit clone, but rather one that touts all the features at just a fraction of the price. Working in conjunction with the Pivotal Living mobile app, it utilizes sensor technology to track daily activities, such as steps walked, daily activity, calories burned, and the amount (and quality) of sleep. The wristband then sends the information wirelessly to the app for real-time health and wellness reporting. Product page. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Black holes of stellar mass are expected to form when very massive stars collapse at the end of their life cycle. After a black hole has formed, it can continue to grow by absorbing mass from its surroundings. By absorbing other stars and merging with other black holes, supermassive black holes of millions of solar masses may form. There is general consensus that supermassive black holes exist in the centers of most galaxies. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dog who really knows how to get your attention on the phone.
Jaguar Land Rover has just unveiled a new technology called "360 Virtual Urban Windscreen", which consists of screens embedded into the two pillars around the car that work with cameras placed around the vehicle to project images normally obscured. At the flick of an indicator, the pillar becomes transparent and projects what's in the blindspot from the camera. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Perfectionists are known to refuse any standard short of perfection, and when "Snowmageddon" strikes, they expect to walk out of their homes to a sight like this...giant colored marbles. Or, to be more specific, balloons that were filled with colored water and left out to freeze overnight, right before the storm hit. Continue reading for more snowy images that perfectionists will find oddly satisfying.
At first glance, this just looks like a finely hand-crafted pair of Oxford shoes, but there's actually a secret compartment built directly into the heel. That's right, these stylish Oxford-style Johnnie Walker Brogues by Oliver Sweeney - limited to 130 pairs - aren't just named after the famous scotch, there's a miniature bottle concealed in every shoe. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and the product page.
Isaiah Webb became an internet sensation back in September of 2012, thanks to what he called his "Lorax beard", which earned him the nickname "Incredibeard". Now, two years later, the 30-year-old San Francisco Bay Area has hundreds of thousands of fans from all over the world following his social media accounts. He continues to push creativity to the next level by constantly coming up with new designs. That's not all, Webb also launched an online storefront that donates portion of all proceeds to the World Vision's Water for Children initiative - check it out here. Continue reading to see twelve more of his designs, plus a video.