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How to Use Animated GIFs on Twitter (While Muttering Obscenities Every Step of the Way)

We tested three approaches and found them all lacking

Some people think animated GIFs are stupid. Some find them charming. Possibly because of this rift, Twitter seems caught in a pictorial purgatory that makes everyone unhappy. Like it or not,…

Wearable Tech Jumps the Pink, Sparkly Shark With Ridiculous Selfie Sombrero

Oh, is the end nigh

Welp, how did we not see this a few weeks ago at London's Fashion Week? Of course, if we'd seen it then, we'd already be in the bunker prepping for a…

Is This the World's First Unstealable Bike?

Yerka Project hopes to make locks obsolete

For decades, urban cyclists have been seeking the ultimate bike lock, only to find each one's vulnerabilities eventually demonstrated on YouTube. But what if the answer were in the bike…

Instagram Users Are Obsessed With Recreating Its Logo, and the Results Are Quite Wonderful

How many sites get this kind of love?

You don't hear a lot of users gushing about their social networks these days, but Instagram seems to be a noticeable exception—as illustrated by the recent trend of photographers creating…

W+K Develops a Series of Underwater Apps for Sony's Waterproof Phone

The life aquatic, half an hour at a time

If you ever hoped to pretend your phone were a fish or an aquatic plant, Sony would like to present its Xperia Z1S. The brand, along with Wieden + Kennedy and…

Apple's New iPhone Ad Shows You More Incredible Ways You'll Never Use Your iPhone

But you can dream

Apple's new ad for the iPhone 5S is called "Dreams," though it might have been called "In Your Dreams." Like other recent iPhone spots (and iPad spots, for that matter), it…

This Girl's Facebook Cover Photo Game Is Next Level Genius

Cameos in pop-culture scenes

Just when we thought Facebook couldn't get any more ordinary, we stumble upon a user who's taken the constraints of the platform and come in like a wrecking ball into…

Kids Don't Understand Old Computers in Fine Bros. Viral Video

'It looks very hipster'

Do you remember your first computer? Those clunky, dust bunny-attracting devices used to be the coolest device you could put your grubby little fingers on, but now they just seem…

Kargo, Moat Serve Mobile Video Metrics

Will show how long ads play and whether they were viewable

Mobile ad company Kargo and measurement firm Moat are collaborating to provide mobile video analytics ito give brands and publishers further insight into who is viewing their spots and for…

The Young Turks/AmEx Film Deal Makes Movie Watching 'Democratic'

Financial company talks about distributing cinema online

Since director Davis Guggenheim's latest film Spent: Looking for Change revolves around Americans who are living outside the financial system, sponsor American Express believed that the best way to allow the public…

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