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Bill Gates is the latest famous person to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. But Gates actually went above and beyond the call of duty by doing some fun.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has stated he will soon be leaving the Ecuadorian embassy in London, his home for the past two years. Assange didn’t offer any further details, but there are reports he is suffering from ill health.
This video shows the full press conference, during which Assange looked fidgety and sounded unsure of himself.
“A look into Fitness and Activity bands for 2014.” – Yt
The newish CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella showed he was willing to let his hair down — figuratively, seeing as he doesn’t actually have any real hair — by taking the Ice Bucket Challenge.
This video shows him talking about the campaign before being doused in cold water. Which should be enjoyable for all those who like seeing serious people being humiliated.
This is the trailer for Rise Of The Tomb Raider, the sequel to the 2013 reboot. It looks absolutely fantastic, with Lara Croft being counselled through her experience from the first game.
Unfortunately, Crystal Dynamics, the makers of the game, have thrown a rather large spanner in the works by announcing Rise Of The Tomb Raider is an Xbox exclusive.
“Facebook members are sending the social giant a pretty clear message: Your app stinks.
“”Terrible app” and “to hell with this” are just some of the things people are saying online about the latest version of the Facebook Messenger app, which will soon take the place of the messages function on Facebook’s mobile app.
“Though the Messenger app first launched in 2011, Facebook began alerting users this week that they had to download the app in order to continue to send and receive messages on iPhone and Android devices.
“The switch has peeved users, many of whom thought Facebook’s messaging function worked just fine.
“A blog post originally published on The Huffington Post in December, which has gone viral this month, warns users about the chat app’s “insidious” terms of service and its “attempt to collect so much information and take control of our devices.”"
Anyone out there who thinks video games are a complete waste of time and money needs to watch this video. Because this young girl proves beyond all reasonable doubt that there is value in them thar video games.
It’s a sad truth that everybody seems to hate Facebook, and yet everybody seems intent of carrying on using it because it’s there and what else are they going to do with their lives anyway.
The problem is using Facebook isn’t always a pleasant experience. As this video perfectly demonstrates by showing what Facebook is in a nutshell.