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An All-Gay Fighter Game That Mixes It up With LGBT Stereotypes

When you begin to play the newest—and only—mobile game from Handsome Woman Productions, you're greeted with a somewhat ominous warning: THE ONLY COLORS IN THIS RAINBOW ARE BLACK AND BLUE. It could easily serve as the introduction to a different game, a much more serious one, one that echoes the frighteningly real point of view and extreme violence that have become the hallmark of so many titles flooding the gaming market today. But this game is not one of those games. This game is Gay Fighter Supreme. If you have any question of just how firmly the tongue of see more
Tech

Flickr Pro Just Returned and It Has A Lot to Offer

If you're a big Flickr fan, you probably remember Flickr Pro. It was, in the most basic sense, just an ad-free version of Flickr for about $50 a year. But in 2013, Yahoo stepped in and overhauled everything, preventing any new Flickr Pro subscriptions while old members continued using the service. Well, Flickr Pro is now back in business, and it's a lot more than just an ad-free Flickr, reports WIRED. Anyone with a Flickr account gets 1TB of space, which, unless you're an extreme photo junkie and hoarder, is basically unlimited. Out of Flickr's 113 million users, fewer see more
Tech

This Neurosignaling Device Could Replace Your Morning Coffee

The first sign it's working is that my foot is tapping out a breakneck rhythm—whapwhapwhapwhapwhap—and my normal Monday-morning sluggishness, usually treatable only with a few cups of coffee, has vanished. I've been responding to emails uninterrupted for the last 20 minutes (about five hours in Internet time), and my coffee cup is still sitting in the kitchen, unused since last week. see more
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These Wildly Popular YouTube Videos Will Bore You to Sleep—on Purpose

An offbeat genre of video is blowing up YouTube—not with a bang but with a whisper. Fans of autonomous sensory meridian response (yeah, it's a mouthful) get a thrill watching gentle, repetitive actions like eating, ironing, and shaving. Sound weird? It is. It's also pretty addictive. see more
Tech

This May Be the Coolest Flying-Car Concept Yet

First there was news of a working hoverboard. Then came speculation that Apple is building a car. But we didn't really get a glimpse at the future of personal transportation until we saw this credible concept video for a car that can fly. Terrafugia, a Massachusetts-based carmaker, released a video for what it's calling the TF-X this week. In it, you see a futuristic car pulling out of a standard suburban garage and converting into a flying machine by way of two helicopter-style propellers. The video touts a 300-hp engine, a 200-mph flying speed, and lots of safety features. see more
Tech

Microsoft's Send App Wants to Make E-mail as Easy as Texting

There's no way of getting around the reality that e-mail sucks. But the people at Microsoft are trying to make sending messages to your coworkers a little more enjoyable with their new Send app. The app, which Microsoft made available for the iPhone today, is designed to send short messages to coworkers who use Outlook. It has a friendly, colorful interface, and you can send messages straight to your cubemates whether or not they have Send. Messages you write to a non-Send user land in their inboxes as normal emails. We here at Details used the office today to, among see more
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The McLaren 650S Spider Is the Luxe Car of Your Wildest Dreams

Sometimes you put an item on your personal wish list that's nothing more than a pipe dream. That would be the case with the McLaren 650S Spider, a luxury car that's as performance-driven as it is stylish. Clocking in at $280K, this high-end model from the famed boutique British brand knows how to hug the curves of the road like few others. Check it out in motion, above, to see exactly why we put it on our bucket list despite the fact that we may never really get our hands on one. see more
Design

Apple Is Building a Team for a Super-Secret Car Project

A string of recent hires seems to hint that the technology giant Apple is looking to expand its portfolio into the automobile market, reports WSJ. Recently, the tech giant recruited Doug Betts, who formerly oversaw global quality at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. Betts and Apple declined to make any comment on his position, but WSJ found that his role was simply listed as "Operations-Apple Inc." on Betts' LinkedIn page, which has subsequently been taken down. Apple has also hired Paul Furgale, who the Journal calls "a well-regarded autonomous vehicle researcher in Switzerland," and has also been poaching people from see more
Tech

Most People Who Bought an Apple Watch Love It, Survey Says

You know who really likes the Apple Watch? The people who bought one. According to a survey of 800 people who own the device, 97 percent of Apple Watch users are satisfied with the way it works, Mashable reports. That figure combines the 66 percent who say they are "very satisfied" and the 31 percent who are plain old-fashioned "satisfied." The other 3 percent are somewhere between "dissatisfied" and "somewhat dissatisfied." But a whopping 97 percent satisfaction rate is nothing new for Apple. In March, Phone Arena reported that 99 percent of iPhone users were satisfied with their little mobile see more
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The New Rules of Tipping

My great-uncle Louie opened the Tropicana casino in Las Vegas as a pit boss in the fifties and, in spread collars and sharkskin suits, carried a flair for gratuity the rest of his life. He slid waitresses cash at the beginnings of meals as a hello; once, he ended a dinner by walking into the restaurant's kitchen and tucking trifolded twenties into the dishwashers' shirt pockets. Uncle Louie always acted like exhibiting excessive generosity was part of his private contract with the service industry. see more
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