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This weekend, check out some of these hidden just-for-fun features in your favorite apps.
Want to see what Google looked like back when it first launched? Check out this Easter egg.
We have shown you the “Flappy Bird” Easter egg available in Android 5.0 Lollipop and 6.0 Marshmallow, and now we have a new one for Android 7.0 Nougat.
Ever wish you could destroy a web page with a spaceship? Now you can!
I ran into this hilarious Mobile Home commercial on YouTube. That’s all that really needs to be said on the matter other than, Enjoy.
We know that the Echo and Alexa can perform useful and practical tasks…but where’s the fun? Here’s a look at some of our favorite Easter egg commands.
Think your iPhone 5 feels ancient? Take a step back into the not-too-distant past and see just how far we’ve come.
Give your neighbor’s a laugh with some of these hilarious wireless network names.
If you’re a fan of Steam and free games, I think you’ll love Tiggit. While the game titles aren’t as great as those offered by Valve, all of the games are free to play and redistribute. And most PC’s shouldn’t need a new video card to play them.
Looking for a little bit of fun over the weekend? Radiant Defense is a game for Android mobile devices that incorporates strategy and bright colors. It’s free on the Android market, but unlocking all of its features will cost a couple bucks.
Has anyone ever told you that if you keep digging you’ll eventually end up on the opposite side of the world? This Antipodes mapping web-app shows you exactly where you’d end up!
This week an Easter Egg was discovered for Google Search which allows you to Barrel Roll the entire website. Just type: do a barrel roll Check out how it works in this video below, or try it out for yourself on Google.com. Note it only works using the Chrome or Firefox. So where did it come from? […]
Ubisoft hasn’t said a word about its once widely expected I Am Alive plans for a good year or more now. Despite amazing trailers it showed for the game in 2009, the game’s been in development for way too long. Most gamers figured Ubisoft killed it. But no! Today, maker UbiSoft announced plans to roll […]