Uploading videos to YouTube just became a whole lot easier. YouTube released the “Capture” App today which allows users to capture, edit, and upload videos to YouTube directly from their phone. As of right now this App is only available for the iPhone and iPod with an Android version set to launch in the near future.
In case you haven’t heard yet, this kid Jack Taylor from Grinnell University scored 138 points in a NCAA basketball game on Tuesday Night. Needless to say, Taylor set a new NCAA record. It was a Division III game but still very impressive. In order to score that many points, Taylor had to make 27 of 71 threes and 52-of-108 from the field overall. He also made seven free throws. The final score of the game was 179-104. Here is a short video showing him scoring 47 of his points.
A$AP Rocky will be gracing the cover of Complex’s December/January issue. Rocky has created a huge buzz for himself over the last year and he doesn’t seem to stopping anytime soon. His debut album, Long.Live.A$AP, is slated for December release.
Colorado and Washington state have just passed Amendment 64 and Initiative 502, respectively. These statutes function to legalize marijuana for recreational use (up to one ounce) for anyone 21 years of age or older. Opponents of these propositions feared it would result in more people driving well below the speed limit and leave several constituents wondering where they left their box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch… only to find it in the refrigerator.
So here’s the deal. You’ve never even met this guy, and guess what… I haven’t either. But please spare me a moment to explain to you why you should take 2 clicks of your mouse to support this dude. Christian Terry is a long-time fan of Sneakhype. He’s been submitting his amazing photography to the site for probably 3 years now. I am always super excited to hear from Christian.
I’m not the biggest FIFA fan around but I do enjoy their commercials. This one features A$AP Rocky, Snoop Lion, Andrew Luck, and Monica Gonzalez.
Facebook just launched a new photo sharing app for the iPhone entitled “Camera.” The app is supposed to make photo sharing easier by allowing users to edit their pictures and share multiple photos at time. It looks very similar to Instagram, which Facebook just purchased, but it’s worth checking out. Facebook is making it obvious that they take their photo sharing capabilities seriously. Check out the video below to get a better idea of how it works.
The 2012 Olympic torch has finally been revealed. Designed by UK design studio, Barber Osgerby, the torch is perforated with 8,000 holes, each representing one of the torchbearers. As far torches goes this is pretty dope. The Olympic torch is on show at the Design Museum in London until July 4.
Until now I never really gave much thought to how Apple’s iPads were made. But now we have an exclusive behind-the-scenes video of how the iPad is produced. Journalist Rob Schmitz was allowed inside the Foxconn production plant in China where the majority of the Apple’s iPad’s are made. Although the iPad has been very successful, Foxconn has been involved in several controversies mostly relating to worker abuse. However, this behind the scenes video makes Foxconn look like a great place to work. What do you guys think, should Apple move its production plants to the United States?
If any of you watch Workaholics, you will probably find most of these pics pretty funny. Wait ’til you get the ones where they’re dressed up as wizards. Between hearing about this and the parties at The Illmore, I’m a little jealous I missed out on SXSW.