Mike Schroepfer, Facebook’s chief technical officer, announced on Tuesday that Facebook wants to create a fully functioning teleporter by the year 2025.
Schroepfer told an audience during a press conference at the Dublin Web Summit that Facebook plans on “effectively building a teleporter,” but, perhaps, not in the way most might think.
Taco Bell released a statement to AdWeek saying:
Many people believe in preserving art because it tells important stories that should be passed down to younger generations for years to come. Tattoos, however, are only now being considered an art form by the general public.
Charles Hamm, founder of the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art, wants to further the popular notion and wants to create a way for people to preserve them when a tattooed individual passes away, according to Vice.
YouTubers Casey Neistat and Jesse Wellens from BFvsGF co-released a video today that portrayed Halloween at its finest. They stepped up their game this year and not only nailed the costume for Aladdin, but created a magical carpet that actually looked magical.
A younger version of Leonardo DiCaprio in Linköping, Sweden has surfaced to set the internet on fire.
A middle school teacher in North Sanpete, Utah, was given an ultimatum after the school district found out that her alias Instagram account featured pictures of her modeling for bodybuilding competitions.
Mindi Jensen is the mother of four and a successful fitness model.
The People’s Republic of China is cracking down on students who are cheating by imposing a new law that will require cheaters to serve a prison sentence that can last up to seven years.
The new law is a supplementary clause that was added to Section 284 of the Criminal Law. The new clause stipulates that students who cheat or intend on cheating will face a fixed prison sentence of a maximum three years, according to Xinhua via Shanghaiist.
The 87-year-old Helen Van Winkle, better known as Baddie Winkle, is quickly becoming a household name with her provocative and controversial posts.
Her Instagram title states: “Stealing your man since 1928.”
I just gave my first ever speech in Chinese at Tsinghua University in Beijing — on why you need a strong sense of mission to change the world.This was also my first real speech in any language sharing how I started thinking about Facebook's mission, what has kept me going through challenging times and what our mission means now looking ahead for our community of 1.5 billion people.This video also has English subtitles and you may find it interesting if you're thinking about building something or are interested in Facebook's history.The themes of believing in your mission, caring more deeply than anyone else and always looking ahead are relevant to anything you might build.Last year I joined the board of Tsinghua's School of Economics and Management. This is a great center of innovation and many of the students here will become global leaders in technology, business and government. It's an honor to have the opportunity to help this university and talk with its students. I look forward to coming back again next year!
A new study finds that Howler monkeys scream louder when they have smaller testicles.
The study published yesterday in the journal Current Biology said that howler monkeys with deep roars — used to attract females, deter love rivals and scare off predators — tend to also have smaller testicals and a shortage of sperm compared to their peers.
A man in Hubei, China, recently arrived at a hospital driving a SUV that was tugging a boat decorated in pink and red flowers.
After he stopped outside of the hospital, he got out and jumped up into his boat, according to Shanghaiist. He pulled out a megaphone and began shouting:
To help educate the overwhelming number of disadvantaged students in East Palo Alto and Menlo Park, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are opening a private school for preschoolers and students from kindergarten through eighth grade.
On Thursday, the multi-billion-dollar couple announced their new initiative called The Primary School, according to San Jose Mercury News.