Twitter-controlled anal vibrators are the cyberpunk future we need

The Double-Oh, which is inserted into the battery compartment of the vibrator. Image: buck By Jack Morse2020-09-14 22:37:19 UTC What if technology was invasive but, you know, in a good way? Say hello to the Double-Oh, a custom-built battery which theoretically allows for wireless control of any device that uses AA batteries. And, as its inventor Buck — the pseudonymous fursona of a 31-year-old maker based in Berlin — let

Paul Rudd, Certified Young Person, has a PSA on wearing masks

By Morgan Sung2020-09-14 22:19:18 UTC [embedded content] A majority of new COVID-19 infections are transmitted by young people, which is why Certified Young Person Paul Rudd is calling on his fellow Youths to wear a mask.  People under 40 are driving the spread of the coronavirus, and despite misinformation from the White House science advisor Dr. Scott Atlas — whose specialty is neuroradiology, not epidemiology  — young people can be

'76 Days' puts you in the height of the pandemic in a Wuhan hospital

Two hospital workers take a break in ’76 Days.’ Image: TIFF By Angie Han2020-09-14 21:03:44 UTC 76 Days is a big story told in tiny moments.  Its premise is obviously major: Two directors, Weixi Chen and an anonymous reporter, embedded themselves in hospitals in Wuhan and Shanghai at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, during the 76-day lockdown of Wuhan. (A third director, Hao Wu, stayed in New York to

How to watch Apple's big September event

By Jennimai Nguyen2020-09-14 13:33:15 -0700 Apple is expected to reveal its new Apple Watch and iPad during its September event on Tuesday.  Viewers can tune in on Apple’s website for the livestream at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT on Tuesday, Sept. 15. They can also stream the event on Apple’s YouTube channel.  [embedded content] Sadly, the iPhone 12 reportedly won’t be unveiled until October. But Apple fans can probably look

Hilarious video shows reporter getting surprised by a sprinkler

By Nicole Gallucci2020-09-07 21:13:30 UTC Sometimes you just need to sit back, relax, and watch a hilarious news blooper. If you’re searching for the perfect clip to laugh at on a loop, we’ve got you covered. This 11-second video of Global News New Brunswick’s Shelley Steeves reporting on crops thriving in fields with proper irrigation is just what you need. The clip shows Steeves reporting from a field, blissfully unaware

The interactive fall foliage map is back to help you plan your autumn road trip

Image: DenisTangneyJr / Getty Images By Nicole Gallucci2020-09-07 17:13:59 UTC Even though California is setting record high temperatures this Labor Day weekend, autumn is mere weeks away. It might not feel like fall yet, but the changing foliage is definitely coming. And we have a digital map to prove it.  The 2020 Fall Foliage Prediction Map from is finally live, which means you can officially start planning your outdoor

Reese's new Snack Cakes are a high-quality comfort snack

A look at a Snack Cake package. Image: reese’s / The Hershey Company By Nicole Gallucci2020-09-07 15:58:44 UTC Let’s be real: Not even a new Reese’s product can salvage this disaster of a year. But sinking your teeth into the brand’s latest chocolaty, peanut butter-filled concoction can undoubtedly bring you a few delicious moments of comfort. Reese’s Snack Cakes, the newest addition to the beloved Reese’s candy family, are here to

TikTok's new commerce integration lets creators start milkin' content for cash

More commerce is coming to TikTok. Image: Mario Tama/Getty Images By Rachel Kraus2020-09-01 00:48:32 UTC TikTok is making it easier for creators to turn looped video streams into pure American profit.  The embattled social media company announced Monday that it had entered into a new partnership with the customized online merch platform Teespring. The integration will allow creators to include links to their Teespring products directly in their videos. TikTokkers

Netflix's 'Haunting' anthology previews your next nightmare in eery 'Bly Manor' teaser

All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. By Alison Foreman2020-08-31 19:59:47 UTC [embedded content] Creepy mansion filled with creepy dolls? Check. British child singing a spooky song? Check. A whole bunch of ghost-like things that don’t look like they have mouths, but do want to violently devour any soul unlucky enough