• Man Forgets His Webcam Is On, Hilarity Ensues As He Accidentally Exposes Himself To His Colleagues

    These days many of us are working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak. This means that video conferencing apps have become more popular than ever, where colleagues are calling each other to get work done and to conduct meetings virtually. Since this is no longer in an office setting, many have understandably opted to work in comfortable clothing.

    In some cases, pants have become completely optional, such as in the case with poor Tony, where in a viral video that is being shared online, the poor fellow was having a video call with his colleagues where he stood up and (unknowingly) revealed himself walking around in his underwear while his colleagues desperately try to get his attention.

    In the video (see embedded tweet below), “Tony” and his colleagues bid farewell to each other after their online meeting ends. However, Tony forgets that he needs to hang up his call

  • The New Math Bridge Beyond Fermat’s Last Theorem 

    When Andrew Wiles proved Fermat’s Last Theorem in the early 1990s, his proof was hailed as a monumental step forward not just for mathematicians but for all of humanity. The theorem is simplicity itself—it posits that x n + yn = zn has no positive whole-number solutions when n is greater than 2. Yet this simple claim tantalized legions of would-be provers for more than 350 years, ever since the French mathematician Pierre de Fermat jotted it down in 1637 in the margin of a copy of Diophantus’ Arithmetica. Fermat, notoriously, wrote that he had discovered “a truly marvelous proof, which this margin is too narrow to contain.” For centuries, professional mathematicians and amateur enthusiasts sought Fermat’s proof—or any proof at all.

    Original story reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine, an editorially independent publication of the Simons Foundation whose mission is to enhance public understanding of

  • This Is How Much The OnePlus 8 Could Cost

    OnePlus had initially started out as a company that made and sold affordable smartphones. However, over the years, the company has slowly started to increase the prices of its devices, and it seems that the upcoming OnePlus 8 series will be no different, at least according to the latest leak.

    In a post by WinFuture.de, the alleged prices of the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro have been revealed. If you were hoping for the handsets to be cheaper than its predecessors, think again. In fact, some of you might actually be disappointed with these prices which seem pretty expensive.

    According to the leaked prices, it seems that the base OnePlus 8 model will be priced starting at €719-€729. This model will offer 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Moving up the ranks will be the 12GB RAM and 256GB storage model that will be priced between €819-€829. Then

  • Hidden Through Time review: a relaxing yet challenging puzzle game

    It can be difficult to find time to finish a video game, especially if you only have a few hours a week to play. In our biweekly column Short Play, we suggest video games that can be started and finished in a weekend.

    Often, when I’m not sure what I want to play, I go browsing the new releases on Steam, Itch.io, and the Nintendo eShop until something grabs my attention. Usually, it’s a game that fits my mood, which, like a lot of other people’s moods lately, is a bit more anxious than usual. While in such a state, I’m almost more interested in playing something familiar and relaxing instead of something new. That’s probably why I’ve put so many hours into Animal Crossing: New Horizons and also why Hidden Through Time got my attention.

    Hidden Through Time is a game where you locate hidden objects in a