It’s a nightmare come true: waking up in your hotel bed to see an endless stream of bed bugs scurrying away to hide and rashes all over your body left from their bites. A new video shows that the nightmare actually happened to one couple who stayed at a hotel in New York City’s Upper West Side.
The video was filmed by a male guest staying in room 509 at the Astor on the Park hotel, located across Central Park. He can be seen separating the mattress’ ridges to reveal mound after mound of bed bugs, each of which he declares are “the size of your pinkie nail.”
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PC gamers are better in bed than gamers who play on Playstation and Xbox consoles, claims a new study.
For their unusual study, discount website MyVoucherCodes — which, strangely, has little to nothing to do with either gaming or relationships — polled 2,747 UK gamers on their gaming habits and relationships, according to Peek.
Self-driving cars of the future might rack up tickets for going too fast, but a self-driving car pulled over yesterday was ticketed for driving too slow.
A Mountain View Police Department officer saw traffic slowing down on El Camino Real near Rengstorff Avenue, an intersection that is near Google’s headquarters, reports Ars Technica.
If you are in the market for a tasteful, ultra-luxe case for your iPhone, a Japanese company has you covered.
From Matsuba Factory comes carved and lacquered wooden pieces of art to enclose your iPhone 6/6s and iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus, as spotted by RocketNews24.
Last week, Target Corporation announced that its stores would be eliminating gender-based signs for their bedding and toy sections because of customer complaints that “raised important questions.”
At least some part of the complaints were stirred by a tweet that pointed out a store’s segregation of “Building Sets” and “Girls’ Building Sets” that went viral in June:
“Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world,” Marilyn Monroe is often attributed as saying.
Just in time for the news that Youtube will be, in a smart marketing move, funding its own “premium” content starring its homegrown stars, is an infographic illustrating the marketing side of the video-streaming site’s evolution.
Today, Youtube receives over 1 billion unique visitors every month — consider that fact while keeping in mind that the entire world has 7 billion people currently living on it.
While Jerry Seinfeld’s latest rant won’t have many Youtubers laughing, is he only speaking a truth most of us already believe? Or is he just generationally out of touch and exhibiting a lack of forward-thinking?
Speaking at an Upfront for Sony streaming service Crackle yesterday, the 60-year-old comic legend called Google’s video-sharing site a “giant garbage can” for user-generated content.
What would you do if a loved one was dangerously ill but there wasn’t enough money to treat them? How far would you go?
A man from the capital city of China’s Anhui province hit the streets to beg for money after his sick son’s leukemia treatment became too expensive to keep up. In order to collect the exorbitant amount needed to continue his son’s care, the father dons a horse mask and offers passersby a ride for 5 yuan ($1), according to Tencent.
Adidas made the mistake of doubting Jordan once, and the German sportswear company’s value today sits somewhere in the region of $5.8 billion, according to the most recent Forbes estimate. That doesn’t seem too bad at all — until you consider that Nike is valued at a staggering $16.5 billion. It’s a far, far distance between first and second place in the sportswear brand wars, and the chasm could arguably be chalked up to, singly, Air Jordan.
But there’s hope! Take some inspiration from the Essay.Expert infographic below highlighting eight entrepreneur CEOs who made their mega fortunes before reaching the big 3-0.