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Screen Junkies' latest video provides ample proof that Xavier wasn’t the best choice to lead the X-Men; at least not in the classic animated series from the ’90s. What a wimp.
A slightly malevolent Tinder user decided to find out how many people who could convince to meet up with his obviously fake profile at the same time. Then he filmed the fallout.
Both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are great phones, but is there any real difference in how they work beyond the screen size? This Gizmodo video explains all.
Picking up a wild draw four card in Uno. Letting all of the Connect Four pieces drop after a match. Playing a dirty word in Scrabble. These are just some of the moments captured in this video of the 31 most satisfying board game feelings.
Who would win in a fight between Superman and Batman? Superman. Obviously. Here are 50 ways Superman could beat Batman in a fight.
EleVR is a web show about virtual reality for people who are actually wearing virtual reality headsets. In short, it lets you watch the show as though you are literally sitting on a couch in the studio. Head to Kotaku to see the concept in action.
The Wachowskis have made highly divisive movies ever since the Matrix sequels. Their latest sci-fi epic, Jupiter Ascending, appears to be no different. Check out the latest trailer and judge for yourself.
Ready for some weekend game viewing? Kotaku rounds up some new and lengthy Metal Gear Solid 5 trailers.
According to Apple, the iPhone 6 definitely does not have a bending problem. This video/a> suggests otherwise.
Why would you attack your shiny new iPhone 6 with an angle grinder? Why, to fix the annoying sticking-out camera. Gizmodo has the full story.
The only smartphone test you need to worry about is the Justin Timberlake Scream Test.