I’m still not entirely sure we needed another Matt Damon Bourne movie after not having one for nearly a decade, but we’re getting one this weekend. It’s probably not going to be as good as the original trilogy. That’s why it’s nice to look back on the three Bourne flicks that were actually good. Specifically, their fight scenes.
Facebook has the same number of users now as there were people alive just a century ago, which is a pretty impressive number of users for a dorm-room project after just a decade. And if you’re the guy who did the project, you’d probably want to tout that.
THIS MONTH, THE world’s last manufacturer of VCRs will manufacture its last VCR. Sure, you won’t notice that they’re gone. But it’s a good time to remember what they meant when they were here.
Whereas the upcoming Nintendo and Sega mini consoles each offer dozens of built-in classic video games (30 and 80, respectively), true retro gaming nirvana lies within the cabinets of Bespoke Arcades‘ amazing machines, which all come with more than 800 games.
Elon Musk said a lot of crazy things about the future of Tesla in his Master Plan Part Deux, things about solar panels and energy and expanding its vehicle lineup. But how serious was he about making the kind of mini-bus that Volkswagen has teased but never delivered on? Apparently very serious, and Elon Musk himself thinks Jalopnik’s idea for such a vehicle is on the mark.
It’s been almost a month now since Kevin Durant decided to leave the Thunder to sign with the Warriors, and Russell Westbrook is still yet to do an interview to talk about how he feels about KD leaving. It’s safe to say that he’s probably not real happy about it, but you would think the OKC star would have said something by now. He played with KD for almost a decade, so he must be feeling some type of way at the moment.
Have you ever wondered what your brain is really doing as you sweat your way through a math test? Now you can see for yourself, thanks to a new brain imaging study from Carnegie Mellon University that captured the brain activity of people in the act of solving math problems.