This week on Saturday Night Live, the comedy show parodied a Microsoft event where the company unveiled a gay robot. Why would the company do this? Simple, because why not?
This is reportedly Microsoft's new 'Surface Pro' tablet
There's some weird laws on the books, but apparently in Singapore you're not allowed to go to the airport unless you're really getting on an airplane. Two men found that out the hard way.
In light of Apple's decision to ditch the widely used headphone jack, an Apple parody company created the Apple Plug. It transforms old iPhones into an iPhone 7 by permanently closing up the port.
An alarm clock that makes waking up easier for women has been developed. Called Little Rooster, the device stimulates a woman's private parts until she climaxes as the set alarm time is reached.
Twitter user Patrick Burtchaell says that his roommate received a letter from Microsoft today from a Microsoft recruiter. The invitation for Internapalooza promised 'dranks', 'hella noms', and more.
After introducing the WankBand, and attempting to do space porn, Pornhub has now entered the fitness world. It has introduced the BangFit, which measures calories burned while doing the deed.
Pro-gamer-turned-full-time-game-streamer Erik Flom - who has over 130,000 followers on Twitch - had his livestream interrupted when Windows 10 restarted his gaming PC to install automatic updates.
40 scared passengers refused to fly on a Qantas airliner that had been temporarily grounded, after a Wi-Fi hotspot was discovered with the name 'Mobile Detonation Device', sparking a security scare.
A meteorologist on KCCI was doing her job when she was prompted to upgrade to Windows 10, right on live TV. She handled it professionally, but she even follows it with "don't do it".
Google Maps has become a go-to service for finding and sharing locations among businesses, but an incorrectly represented location just resulted in the demolishing of a wrong house in Texas.
In a world where smartphones are always used, even while dining, IKEA has designed a dining table which utilizes phones to heat up food, promoting more interaction with the people around us.
Why stop at making America great again? Let's make everything great, starting with Python. It's getting a fresh makeover inspired by the Trump-meister himself to put Python back on top!
As we live in an era where smartphones have come into an essential part of our daily lives, a phone has been designed with no capabilities at all, to help us take a break from these things.
Adult entertainment website 'Pornhub' has reported that site traffic from gaming fans dropped 10% below average following the release of the highly anticipated video game Fallout 4.
As celebration of Marty and Doc of Back to the Future Part 2's arrival today as a depiction of the future, Microsoft has an easter egg on its website, featuring products like the HoloLens and Xbox.
Together with the selfie craze, selfie sticks were also introduced. But in a recent invention by cereal brand Cinnamon Toast Crunch, they have created a monopod that doubles as a cereal spoon.
As part of the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Super Mario Brothers on the original Nintendo, Microsoft has an easter egg on its website to commemorate the event, starring its Ninja Cat mascot.
Recently, an employee of Thomson Reuters has accidentally sent an email to 33,000 of his colleagues. Ironically, many employees replied to the message, using the "reply all" button.
Nokia's smartphones are known for their reliability but if any one of them stands out, it's the classic 3310. A YouTuber recently put it to the test - against a flaming hot ball of nickel!
Research has discovered that playing the classic game of Tetris can help lessen cravings and addictions. The game reportedly uses the same mental processes when trying to control human urges.
An annoyed fisherman decided to hook a filming drone in midair. This occurred this weekend and was naturally caught on film thanks to the drone.
As part of KFC's 60th anniversary in Canada, the fastfood chain has teased the "Memories Bucket," that not only holds your chicken, but can also print pictures wirelessly via Bluetooth.
Apple's personal assistant has now become infused into popular culture, despite its many (often hilarious) misgivings. Ask her to charge your phone and she'll call the police for you.
Megabots issued a video challenging the company behind the Kuratas to do battle with its own Mark II robot. Now that Suidobashi has accepted the invite, it looks like the battle is really on.
Maybe Steve Wozniak has been watching too many sci-fi movies. The Apple co-founder recently spoke about AI, why he thinks we may be robots' pets in the future, and why this is a good thing.
After announcing the WankBand, Pornhub has introduced a new mission to shoot a pornographic video in space. The company has started an Indiegogo campaign to be able to fund the program.
Google made a slight slip-up in promoting its 'Smart Lock for Passwords' feature on its website, using an image of a Nexus 6 handset that appears to be running Windows Phone.
An artist has taken the time to paint a portrait of the ex-CEO of Google Eric Schmidt. But he did not just use ordinary materials; he used human poop for it, then dubbed the portrait as "Eric Shit."
The U.S. President now has an official Twitter account, and the very first exchange somewhat trolls former U.S. President, Bill Clinton when answering a question about the account.
Conan O'Brien explores "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" and finds himself wrapped up in a fantasy to have a digital sexual experience. Will O'Brien succeed?
Most of us curse our PC's when they don't cooperate. However, Lucas Hinch was not satsifed and afterhad enough. He pulled out his 9mm pistol on Monday night and took eight shots into his Dell XPS PC.
A lost phone in Albury, Australia was taken into a police station. Realizing the phone didn't have any security code, the officers took selfies and posted them onto the phone owner's Facebook page.
A man tore a tendon in his thumb while playing Candy Crush for at least six weeks, but didn't notice - and a report in a leading medical journal thinks it's because playing video games can numb pain.
Ever wonder what it would be like if you experienced "Email in Real Life"? A comedy duo has done just this in their latest video, reenacting common email faux pas in real life.
With a month left before Apple launches the Apple Watch, comedian Conan O'Brien has a more affordable option for the market in the form of the Apple Pocketwatch, priced at $259 USD.
Has it ever crossed your mind to see if the cops in GTA V are racist? If not, a YouTube channel has made a video accompanied by an analysis to determine if the said personnel are racist as alleged.
While Windows 10 is under development, a pair of hackers/artists have taken the time to develop a web operating system called Windows 93, which spoofs the classic look of the OS back in the 90's.
A new wearable device promises to harness the power of self-pleasure, storing electricity generated by the movements of your wrist, and allowing you to use that power to recharge your phone or tablet.
Google has been awarded a new patent for a wearable that emits pleasant smells upon detection of physical activity. Weirdly enough, it also has a feature that lets you avoid nearby friends.
Worry no longer: the question of how long Satya Nadella sleeps each night need no longer keep you awake, as he has finally shared the answer. But how does it compare with other CEOs? And with Ballmer?
Well, there's some bad news for selfie-loving men: An intriguing study has revealed that men who take selfies and post them online without any editing show signs of psychopathy.
It seems that some people are not contented with taking front selfies. A group of people has invented a selfie stick that does not help take a picture of your face, but of your backside buns instead.
A lot of people don't know how to take a proper selfie. A few amazing people at the City Literary college want to help you master the forbidden art of self-obsession, for only £132.
A man stole an Android tablet from a charity shop in Tyneside, England, but had to return it after eight days. The reason was brilliantly ridiculous: he couldn't figure out how to operate it.
From the fake murder scene on Google Street View, to the burglar that logged into Facebook on his victim's PC, and the guy who proposed with 99 iPhones, we look back at top NeoBytes :) news from 2014.
A man in China bought 99 iPhone 6 handsets and arranged them in a heart shape, in an attempt to impress his girlfriend as he proposed to her, in front of friends and onlookers. She was not impressed.
Microsoft partnered up with CNN for the elections coverage and gave the news team a bunch of Surfaces to proudly display, but some of the announcers couldn't let go of their iPads during the event.
Over the past week, reports have been emerging from across the world from iPhone 6 owners complaining that the new handset has been pulling their hair out. So... 'Hairgate'. It's a thing, apparently.
A tourist downloaded two episodes of a BBC sitcom while on holiday in Turkey, but later found the downloads came via her mobile network while on international roaming - and not via her hotel's Wi-Fi.
A nervous customer in Australia was one of the first to get his hands on a brand new iPhone 6. Sadly, during an unboxing in front of the store, the device met the pavement.