Little girl dancing to Beyoncé’s ‘Sorry’ is a true star in the making



In just 10 seconds, this little girl perfectly sums up how we feel about Beyoncé’s Lemonade.

Deanna Ward tweeted a video of her little cousin Kaylah’s impromptu dance routine to “Sorry” — the song featuring the now-infamous reference to “Becky with the good hair.”

Our rating: a stellar five lemon emoji.

And Kaylah isn’t the only one crushing her Lemonade impression. 

Zendaya, who made a cameo in Bey’s visual album, is also getting in on the fun with her own rendition of the “Don’t Hurt Yourself” video.

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See the Nazi rockets that targeted cities at the end of WWII




A captured V-2 is paraded through Paris.

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The world’s first long-range guided ballistic missile was built by Nazi Germany under the foreboding name Vergeltungswaffe 2 (Retribution Weapon 2).

With a design spearheaded by Wernher von Braun, the V-2 was not prepared and deployed in force until late in World War II, when Hitler was desperate for a new super weapon to boost fading morale. The 45-foot-tall rockets were designed to reach speeds of over 3,500 miles per hour and hit preset targets up to 200 miles away with the help of gyroscopes, accelerometers and stabilizing fins. Read more…

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This sad looking grilled cheese will make you hangry cry



Just when you’ve taken the time and care to make yourself lunch, you find out you’ve made a huge mistake.

Reddit user beer-bait-ammo was excited for his dad’s grilled cheese, except it contained one ingredient that is definitely not in the recipe: the paper cheese wrapper.

Rest in peace, lunch.

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The American muscle car that wirelessly charges your phone while doing donuts



With a 455-horsepower V8 engine, Chevy’s 2016 Camaro SS is definitely an American muscle car, but can it wirelessly charge a smartphone while doing donuts? Mashable‘s Transportation Reporter Nick Jaynes jumped into Chevy’s new beast to find out.

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11 hidden features in Android 6.0 Marshmallow



Every release of Android brings with it improvements and fixes, many of which make your phone more secure from hackers and add new, useful features. Some are easy to spot and others not so much

Though Android N is on the horizon, that doesn’t mean Android 6.0 Marshmallow is on its way out. If you still haven’t updated to Marshmallow (assuming your device supports it), now is as good a time as ever.

With our help, you’ll be able to unlock more from your Android phone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Here are 11 hidden features in Google’s latest mobile operating system you may not have known about. Read more…

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The Apple Watch: Year One



This week was the official one-year anniversary of the Apple Watch. I’ve owned one for almost all of that time, and — like many tech journalists and gadget commentators — I believe it’s worth reflecting on what the Apple Watch has meant to the tech world, the wearables category, and Apple.

I didn’t actually get my Apple Watch until May 5. The reasons for that 11-day delay have to do with poor band choices and a a big chunk of FOMO, but 51 weeks is still enough time to write a reflective analysis.

Let’s talk about apps

A lot of us thought apps would end up making or breaking the Apple Watch. A year later, I have to admit that I use very few non-native apps on the Apple Watch. Read more…

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This group wants to replace ads on the Tube with cat pictures



LONDON — Imagine a world in which you didn’t have to go on the Internet to see pictures of cats — they were right there in front of your face on your daily commute.

One group in London dreams of making this utopia a reality. The Citizens Advertising Takeover Service (CATS) is raising money to replace every ad in a London Underground station with pictures of cats.

“Wouldn’t it be great not to worry about the holiday we can’t afford, the car we don’t need, or the body we don’t have? Imagine a world where public spaces made you feel good,” the group writes on its Kickstarter page. 

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