Video Briefly: Samsung Vs. Apple, Unkillable Robots, Tinder Hacker

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Samsung sticks the boot into iPhone 6, Harvard University builds the toughest robot ever, how to "like" up to 900 Tinderers per hour. Kick off your Friday night with the best online videos of the week!

  • Clearly tired of making fun of Apple customers, Samsung has moved on to making fun of Apple staff instead. Its latest ads for the Galaxy Note 4 stars two guys in familiar blue shirts talking trash in what's clearly supposed to be an Apple Store. Even if you're eagerly anticipating the iPhone 6 you've still got to laugh.
  • One of the funniest scenes in Blazing Saddles depicts a bunch of cowboys sitting around a campfire eating beans and farting copiously. But have you ever stopped to wonder why this actually happens? Click here for the answer.
  • Crave more fart science? The average person "passes wind" between 10 and 20 times per day. This TED Ed video explains why.
  • Have you ever wondered how long a human could survive in space without a spacesuit? Allow this Today I Found Out video to drop its science on those assembled.
  • A Harvard University researcher has built what could be the toughest robot ever. Watch this video to see it get burnt, frozen and run over by a car — without dying.
  • “It looks like a brick. From 1920.” The latest Kid's React video introduces a bunch of tweens to the mighty Nintendo Entertainment System. Needless to say, they're not impressed. And now we feel old.
  • For those who missed the live streaming, click here to watch this week's Malcolm Turnbull's anti-piracy forum in full.
  • This daddy/daughter dance-off to Taylor Swift's Shake It Off is the cutest thing you will see all week. Probably.
  • Want to watch an F1 car racing against a motorcycle racing against a supercar? Sure you do.
  • Some shots are so iconic that most people recognise them even if they haven't seen the movie. This YouTube compilation contains 100 of the most iconic shots in cinematic history.
  • Bored? Here's a MacGyver-esque hackthat turns desk clutter into a cool mini grappling gun.
  • Tinder is a great way to find hookups near you, but it still relies on you and your potential partner finding each other mutually attractive. Since you can’t always rely on that, why not boost your odds with a robotic finger that can “like” up to 900 Tinderers per hour?

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