These smart sunglasses could endanger us all
The next wave of smart glasses has arrived. The Blade 3000, which looks like a pair of Oakleys, weighs 2.8 ounces and has an HD camera, noise-canceling microphones and augmented reality lenses. The wearable technology company Vuzix hopes to do what Google Glass couldn’t — sell smart glasses to the general public.
98-year-old yoga instructor is healthier than you’ll ever be
Nanammal might be in her late 90s, but she’s still living like a much younger woman. She credits yoga for her long life, and people seem to believe her based on the number of students she has.
Hillary Clinton trying to “bob” her way back into politics
Hillary Clinton debuted a new haircut in a Snapchat post urging women to stand up and resist, and it’s got shades of Claire Underwood from “House of Cards.” Is the former presidential candidate prepping for a return to the public spotlight, or was it just time for a new ‘do?
Lying cop doesn’t know Uber driver is actually a lawyer
Gang of Baltimore youths caught assaulting a man in broad daylight
A group of nine people, including eight minors, were arrested on charges related to the assault and robbery of a man, which occurred in broad daylight. The victim reportedly didn’t suffer any serious injuries, and 18-year-old Darrell Smith is the only member of the group facing charges as an adult.
CNN host eats human brains, sparking outrage
Reza Aslan, the host of “Believer” on CNN, is under fire for a scene on his show in which he ate human brains while showcasing a group of Hindus who practice cannibalism in India. Critics claim he was presenting a negative and inaccurate portrayal of the religion, as the group featured in the segment is only a very small faction and isn’t embraced by mainstream Hindus in any way.
Whale lifts kayakers out of the water
Two kayakers got more than they expected when they encountered some whales off the coast of Argentina. As they approached one of the massive animals, the beast maneuvered itself underneath them and then rose up, carrying the boaters on its back for a short while.
These ‘dough’ boys toss pizzas like the pros
Town horrified to discover pink tap water
Residents in Onoway, Canada, began reporting pink water coming from their taps on Monday. It eventually was discovered that a common water treatment chemical was responsible for the brightly colored water, and according to authorities, there was no risk to the public.