I think every non-sociopath’s first instinct when seeing the title card of the video above—which lives up to its billing, as this is indeed a four-minute clip of a man equipped with a waterproof Glock who uses it to “fish” for lionfish—is one of dread. Oh no, you worry, accurately. Am I really about to watch someone brain scores of defenseless little fish with a goddamn handgun???
During an unusually hot summer this year, researchers in Siberia stumbled upon fifteen of these oddly bouncy patches of grass. The post There’s a Good Explanation for This Bouncy Patch of Grass in Siberia appeared first on WIRED.
OK, Google, what’s up with Nest?
You just unveiled your widely anticipated smart home device, Google Home. Like Amazon Echo, it’s an always-listening device that can answer queries, check schedules and work with third-party smart home devices, including those from Nest.
I should be happy about that.
Dotted around my home are four Nest devices: two Nest Thermostats, a Nest Cam (formerly a Dropcam) and Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide detector. I can control the thermostats with my Amazon Echo. By the fall, I might be able to get my hands on Google Home and let it access and control these devices. Read more…
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Who looked at a perfectly good rice crispy treat, glanced at a bag of Cheetos and nodded knowingly to themselves that they had just created something to unleash upon the unsuspecting masses?
Voice actors in the video game industry may go on strike if the union and the industry can’t negotiate new contracts.