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It's weird to think cell phones are a relatively modern invention. Fueled created this awesome animation that goes through all the portable phone devices through the years starting with the DynaTAC in 1974 and ending with the two brands that seem to dominate them all nowadays: the iPhone and the Galaxy. The animation covers 40 years of cell phone history. Be sure to check out more from Fueled.com.
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IT'S TECH TIME!! Pokémon are taking over the streets, forests, mountains, and everything else on Google Maps. Google wants THE PokéMaster, so they sent out a challenge to "catch 'em all."
Who didn't grow up with the dream of "catching 'em all"? Most of us anyway. We all fired up our Game Boys, striving to be a better Pokémon Master than our friends. Well now Google is giving YOU the chance to be the best Pokémaster in the world. It's no secret Google is all about the unique ways to find the best candidates for open positions at the famous Googleplex, but this is unheard of. They've teamed up with Pokémon and Nintendo to create a Pokémon experience in Google Maps. Your phone is your very own Pokéball. At least that's how it is for now, we'll see what happens after the first since Google is known for its annual April Fool's Day shenanigans. Watch the RTM reaction right here!
With the 4th season of the infamous "Game of Thrones" premiering April 6th on HBO, TheFineBros decided to create an epic recap/spoiler video to get everyone all caught up! So, yeah, definitely be prepared for spoilers if you haven't already seen seasons one through three and/or read the books.
This is by far the best GoPro video we've ever seen. Here's what would happen if the Man of Steel himself had a GoPro camera. Created by the folks at Corridor Digital, this video is fantastic. Watch the RTM reaction to the GoPro'd superhero right here or some behind-the-scenes footage right here.
Two videos showing remote-controlled vehicles that are going to need some repairs. The GoPro cameras attached to them, however, are perfectly fine.
There's an app which only works when you've had a certain amount to drink. It's called Livr and it might just be the ultimate party app, connecting you with all the party-goers around. It's bar hopping for the future.
Raise your hand if you hate awkward situations... Yup, us too. Well thankfully there's now an app for that, and it's called Tickle. By giving your phone a little "tickle," you'll get a phone call, providing you the best escape route out of the awkwardness. Sadly, acting skills are sold separately.
IT'S TECH TIME! Well, it's not too techy this time, more tutorialish. NightHawkInLight shows us how to pick a lock using a hairpin. Useful information for those of us who want to become spies, or just happen to lose our keys...
Just imagine you're walking through the subway and you see a regular ol' billboard for some kind of hair product with a picture of a girl. The train goes by and you see the girl's hair move. Creepy, right!? Now imagine giving a business card to someone that they can also use as a speaker! Now that's pretty cool. Advertisers are starting to go above and beyond to get their products out there.
It's safe to say that a lot of little kids love Superman. The real question is that are they conditioned to love him or is it something they're born with? Click here for the RTM take on this video.
Two recent college graduates want to put an end to bad tourist photos. The two ladies visited New York and California and left their mark on some popular tourist spots. Using a stencil and spray paint, the pair left an image of feet facing really good spots to take photos. While the girls chose to go the vulgar route on the name of the project, we think #noshittyphotos is a great move by two clever ladies.