Video Briefly: Mad Max Clip, Bieber Roast, Walking Dead Teaser

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch the new trailers for Mad Max: Fury Road and Walking Dead, Bieber celebrity roast, virtual reality porn gets real.

  • Typing on a phone usually feels weird and unnatural. This is where smartphone keyboards come in. Here are 12 of them.
  • This short movie narrative was created by solving 1300 Rubik’s cubes nearly one thousand times each. Now that's dedication!
  • Here's a video that will make you feel really old: a bunch of teens were shown chart-topping music from the '90s, a lot of which they had never heard before. I Saw The Sign was by Madonna, apparently.
  • The US restaurant chain Outback Steakhouse purports to serve authentic Aussie cuisine. In this video, a bunch of Australians try the food for the first time. In related news, Australians act like dicks.
  • Watching people get run over by giant rolling bubble balls is never not funny. Here is the proof.
  • Virtual reality porn is now a thing: and it has made significant progress in the realm of breast physics. (NSFW, obviously)
  • If you missed Saturday’s lunar eclipse — the last one until 2018 — Gizmodo has you covered! People from across Australia were able to capture the event in stunning detail. Here are some of their best efforts.
  • This spinning piece of scifi is NASA’s low-density supersonic decelerator specifically designed to deliver large payloads to the surface of Mars.
  • Earlier this month, celebrities gathered to roast Canadian pop sprog Justin Bieber. Click here to see the highlights.
  • A new trailer has been released for Mad Max: Fury Road and it is even more bonkers than the last one. Watch it here.
  • Professional fitness trainer Kayla Itsines knows how to get into shape. Watch this video for her personal tone-up tips.
  • This year, AMC will release a spin-off of its popular zombie show, dubbed Fear The Walking Dead. The new series will initially focus on the outbreak of the virus in Los Angeles. Here is the first teaser trailer.
  • Prefer super spies to zombies? Here's the first trailer for the new James Bond movie.
  • Google is working on an exciting new feature for YouTube: Ultra HD, 60fps videos! that 99 per cent of users can't actually watch.

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