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Lenco BearCat X3 FireCat Has .50-CAL Armored Plating, is Perfect for Zombie Apocalypse
Lenco BearCar X3 FireCat

Powered by a V8 turbo diesel engine, the Lenco BearCat X3 'FireCat' is essentially a rapid response armored vehicle with self-contained water deployment capability, thanks to a roof-mounted nozzle. You can also hook direct to a main water line or pumper truck for continuous water flow. In case of zombie apocalypse, it comes equipped with .50 CAL armor protection, a rotating roof hatch and tactical breaching tools, including the RAM Bar, Gas Injector, RAM Camera and all-new Water Needle. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one that explains how the Doomsday Clock functions.

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BMW M2 CSL Leaked, is Designed to be a Track Monster, Complete with Roll Cage
BMW M2 CSL

BMW's M division has been know for their CSL (Coupe, Sports and Lightweight) models, but the public hasn't see one since the M3 CSL in 2004. However, that might all change if the company brings the BMW M2 CSL to life. On the outside, it sports wider fenders, an aggressive aero kit, and of course the famed BMW racing stripes. Inside, you'll find many luxuries stripped out and replaced with a racing roll cage, non-adjustable bucket seats, and a five-point harnesses to keep passengers secure. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Google and Howard University partner for more diversity in tech
Diversity (or the lack thereof) at Silicon Valley companies like Google has been a hot topic in the tech industry of late -- just about every major tech company out there now is publishing diversity numbers and pledging to make their workforces more...
Vax's Blade Cordless vacuum is all suck, no wires
With great suction comes great responsibility
Apple explores using an iPhone or iPad to power a laptop
The notion of using a phone to power a computer isn't new -- we've seen companies like HP and Motorola try, and ultimately fail, to make it a reality for years. But that's not stopping Apple from considering the idea. The USPTO issued a patent filing...
Ryan Gosling Talks About Being a Meme and What It Means to Him

Ryan Gosling knows how powerful and touching memes can be - even if it's one about him. The actor spoke about being a meme at the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas in a conversation with Ann Lewnes, Adobe's chief marketing officer.

Ryan spoke about the infamous cereal meme of himself and how it affected his life back when it first went viral in 2015. "I couldn't even leave my house in LA and go walk down the street without people yelling at me 'why won't you eat your cereal,'" Ryan said. It didn't stop there; Ryan felt it affected him as he was filming movies as well. "It even got to the point where when I would film a scene, sometimes I would see the spoon coming out and I would think, this guy's going to cereal the piece."

His relationship with the meme wasn't normal. "So I had this weird relationship with it," he said. "It was a part of my day to day." Unfortunately, the cereal meme creator, Ryan McHenry, passed away in 2015 - but Ryan felt connected to him. "So, eventually he got cancer and passed away and it was strange because I didn't know this person and I never met him - yet he was a part of my life. And I mean I was for him in a small way."

In case you forgot, back in 2015, YouTuber McHenry created a series of videos of him holding up a spoon with cereal, trying to feed Ryan on screen, only to have Ryan reject it. You can watch it below.

On April 11, 2015, Ryan actually addressed the meme and tweeted that he "actually love[s] cereal." McHenry tweeted back at him asking for forgiveness and Ryan simply said no. Unfortunately, McHenry died of cancer in May 2015, without ever meeting Ryan. That didn't stop Ryan from creating his own video of him eating a bowl of cereal and tweeting a sweet message to McHenry's family.

To Ryan, filming the Vine was a way to pay his respects to McHenry and the meme. "So I just filmed a little Vine of me doing that. . . and it felt full circle and closed and, you know, it struck me that also there was inconsequential things . . . there's kind of a connective power . . . yet to be tapped." Keep believing in the power of memes, Ryan; we're sure there'll be more of you in the years to come.

This is how Apple may finally turn your iPhone into a Mac
iPhone-Powered MacBook Laptop

Apple’s long-standing official policy on its seemingly converging operating systems is that both iOS and macOS have their own purpose. Apple still sees the iPhone and the Mac as different computing devices that can perform various tasks. At the same time, Apple in recent years has adapted various iPhone features for the Mac and vice-versa, to offer users a seamless computing experience across devices.

However, in spite of what Apple says now, the company is studying the possibility of further blurring the lines between iOS and macOS. One idea is to have the iPhone or iPad of the future power the MacBook of the future.

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Google improves Photos and Duo for lousy connections
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You can use your Xbox One without this $23 gadget, but we’re not sure why anyone would
Xbox One Chatpad Amazon

Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox One S appear to have fallen well behind Sony’s PS4 lineup during this console generation, but sales numbers hardly tell the whole story. The Xbox One is a terrific video game console and multimedia hub, but there is one pretty annoying issue: typing is a huge pain in the butt. If you’re going to use your Microsoft gaming box for anything other than just gaming, you definitely need to pick up an Xbox One Chatpad, which is discounted right now on Amazon (including a free headset).

  • This product includes a Chatpad and a Chat Headset with a 3.5mm jack that you can plug directly into the Chatpad. The Xbox One Wireless Controller is sold separately.
  • Compatible with the original Xbox One Wireless controller and the new white Xbox Wireless Controller.
  • Includes a full QWERTY keyboard and a backlit keypad so you can type in the dark.
  • Includes audio control at your fingertips including volume, game/chat mix, and mic mute.
  • Includes two new programmable buttons which will give you access to your favorite features like Game DVR, taking screenshots or launching apps at the touch of a button.

Xbox One Chatpad + Chat Headset (plugs directly into Chatpad): $29.99

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Senate agrees to let carriers use your data however they want
The US Senate on Thursday voted in a resolution that will effectively eliminate the consumer privacy rules that the Federal Communications Commission enacted back in October. These rules had required service providers like Verizon and AT&T to obt...
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