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A Japanese woman found out that her boyfriend was cheating on her, and decided to soak his entire Apple device collection in the bath tub of his house. However, the boyfriend appears to have a sense of humour as he promptly uploaded the pictures to social media to be shared with the world.
League of Legends developer Riot Games has decided to show off picture of its new office on the edge of West Los Angeles. The office is really more of campus inspired by LoL, as well as space for both work and play. There is also a cyber-cafe style setup for late night gaming sessions.
Segway, maker of the iconic two wheeled personal transporter, has been bought over by Chinese rival Ninebot. Under the agreement, Segway will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Ninebot and will still operate under its own brand. The same announcement also said that Ninebot has successfully raised some US$80 million in funding from investors like Xiaomi, Sequoia Capital, and Shunwei Foundation.
Xiaomi’s recently concluded fifth anniversary Fan Festival turned out to be more successful than it hoped. The 2.11 million phones sold within 24 hours set a new Guiness World record, and this was cause for even more celebration. This extra celebration involved Xiaomi president Bin Lin stripping down to his boxers in public.
[Update @ 5:14pm] Samsung’s official blog has released a video refuting Square Trade’s video, claiming that the video may mislead consumers. More below.
The 7mm thin Samsung Galaxy S6 edge can be bent under concentrated pressure, just like the iPhone 6 Plus. Who would have expected that?
Red Bull claims to give you wings, and that is apparently true for the two winners of the Red Bull Paper Wings national qualifier. Both Goh Lay Jian and Redha Ashry will travel to Salzburg, Austria for the grand finals, where they will attempt to make the world’s best paper aeroplane.
Like many insecure countries, Russia has been known to employ online writers to spread political ideology. However, the extent of the operations has been unknown; until now. British newspaper, The Guardian, managed to track down people who had once worked for the mysterious organisation.