This is 2015, walking is such a thing of the past, especially if you can afford some awesome new transportation technology.
Group text messages can be super fun, but they can also be the worst. The latter scenario is highlighted in this "funny-cause-it's-true" video where you get to see just how annoying everyone's constant chirping can be to someone who cannot engage in the convo. No fun!
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Major Lazer's Lean On is currently number nine on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, but that's not the only place it's blowing up. The Bottle Boys just put their glass flagons together and posted a performance that echoes that of Lazer's song on multiple levels. View Now
You've got to see these amazing little mathematician school children in India practicing their skills. The children are taught what is called Matrix Abacus. The process teaches students to compute complicated math equations extremely fast. The first step is learning to master an abacus. The final result, a group of mathematical genius who basically envision an abacus in their head essentially turning them into human calculators. View Now
Discover the top 10 hidden iPhone keyboard tricks and become a mobile typing wizard. This video features tips you may not know about your iOS 9 iPhone keyboard. Learning this will save you time when typing out text on your phone.
Stuart Edge is a big supporter of his fellow Youtubers, and when he heard Lindsey Stirling wrote a book, he couldn't help but grab some memorabilia from the book cover photo shoot. And bake it into a cake. And randomly run into Stirling. And have her pick the card that was in the cake. Let's face it—any sequence of events is possible when one is a magician. View Now
It's the kind of video where you're waiting for the drone to crash the whole time, but it never does. Nice handiwork, 305Droneguys. View Now
The crew at Flite Test is featuring an aircraft called the multiplane or decaplane. It has 10 wings and it was previously unsuccessful. Peter built this proof of concept small-scale model of the original plane. Peter then led a group of kids in a project to construct a 10 foot model of the plane. A large crowd gathered to watch the kids and Peter test it. The question on the crowd's mind at the launch was: Will it fly? It was a success as it soared high in the sky. View Now
Eric Ong took to social media to help his brother Joe Ong locate his stolen white Honda Civic in China. Eric posted a plea for help on Facebook and people helped trace the thief online. Joe left his vehicle at a car wash with his credit card inside. When he came back to get it he was told it had been driven off by, "his friend." The credit card was used twice at Johor Bahru Mall and Eric was able to get security camera footage to help the social media hunt intensify. Facebook users reported seeing it driving around with new plates at a Port, school, mall and Hotel. View Now
How cool is this video? And who doesn't love "La Bamba?" Google pops its translation collar in the coolest way with this video where employees hold up lyrics to the classic song by Los Lobos and Google Translate automatically translates each and every word in the song "en Español" to English. Check it out! View Now
Fill one of these Petzi Treat Cam's with cookies and you've got yourself a babysitter. View Now
You've got to see this amazing jet take off vertically into the sky. The aircraft is a MiG-29 that was flying at the 2015 Royal International Air Tattoo, RIAT 2015. The Russian fighter jet was introduced in 1983 and is still being used today in some European countries. View Now
Mike Olbinski took two weeks off to chase storms this summer, and came back with spectacular results. His journey spanned 10,000 miles and went through ten states, and when he got home he had 45,000 frames of footage to sift through. His footage, coupled with a powerful soundtrack, creates a moving film that beautifully portrays the awe of nature. See "The Chase" in full here. View Now
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The self-balancing electric unicycle does a great job at keeping the rider balanced, but it still has a few kinks to work out. Well, unless you're into having your ride burst into flames. View Now
What do Google Maps and your parents have in common? Well, if you keep asking if you're there yet, neither of them will stop for ice cream. View Now
Although National Ice Cream Day is officially the third Sunday in July—July 19 this year—the whole month is National Ice Cream Month, and Uber is celebrating in full swing. For the second year, they are offering anyone with the Uber app the ability to call up a driver and have ice cream brought directly to them (until 5:00pm). So what are you waiting for? This is like having an ice cream truck on-call. View Now
When a drone gets stuck on the neighbors roof, there are really only two options: ask the neighbor for permission to retrieve it, or buy a bigger drone, outfit it with wires and hooks from coat hangers, and stage an aerial rescue. Guess which option Harrison Howes and his roommate chose. View Now
The Terrafugia TF-X, the world's first personal electric aircraft. Or at least, Terrafugia is hoping it will be. The concept video they've released is a mere rendering of what they hope to one day accomplish, but even if-if it's just a shadow of things to come, it looks to be an exciting future indeed. View Now
After reaching the third chamber of the underwater cave Jacob's Well, DiegoA's flipper fell off. Now, at 100—feet underwater, it's extremely difficult to swim back up without the proper gear. So when this diver's flipper fell off, he immediately attempted to look for it. When he realized his search was futile, he was able to use the cave wall to climb/swim back to the surface. View Now
We have now entered a time where hackers can control your car, remotely. Two hackers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, have created a tool that can hack into or hijack a Jeep over the Internet from miles and miles away. WIRED senior writer Andy Greenberg put them to the test and things got a little scary on the highway. View Now
The Slow Mo Guys are the masters when it comes to doing cool stuff slower than the rest of us.
Drones are like babies to their owners, and watching them fall is like watching their child fall after taking its first few steps. Except instead of a few steps, these drones are falling hundreds of feet. Ouch. View Now
Some friends in Alaska decided to take their water plane out for a spin, but they wanted to see if they could get it going on land. It took them a minute, but eventually take off was a success! So now if they crash-land in the Sarah they'll know what to do. View Now
If you've seen Apple's newest campaign, they're showcasing amazing video footage and photos captured using an iPhone 6. Now Elite Daily takes a crack at their approach but show a little bit more of what must go on while trying to capture those beautiful moments. Watch this video of "honest" iPhone 6 commercials using footage shot by regular Joe Schmoes like you and me.
What happens when you combine a snowboard company, a paper company, and a professional athlete? Why, Tony Hawk skateboarding with cardboard, of course! As a part of their Cardboard Chaos series, Signal Snowboard made a skateboard out of this heavy-duty paper product, and asked Hawk to test it out. His only immediate complaint was that it felt a little heavy, but other than that, this is a big victory for cardboard everywhere. View Now
A quick, fun flight for Jeff and Isaac seemed like a good idea; the weather was great, the scenery was spectacular. But what they didn't count on was a microburst hitting them hard and causing an engine failure. With some expert maneuvering the plane made it safely back to earth, but not after a rough landing. View Now