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How much phone can £25 get you? We look at the Alcatel OneTouch Pixi 3 (3.5). #TheGadgetShow
"Anytime you see an ingredient list that includes carmine, cochineal extract or natural red 4, the product contains crushed up bugs."
"The blue whale is not only the largest animal on Earth, but is also the largest animal to have ever existed on Earth at any point."
Here's everything we know so far ahead of Motorola's big event on Tuesday: #thegadgetshow ow.ly/Q2qK9
"Negaholics are people who become addicted to negativity and self-doubt. They find fault in most things and never seem to be satisfied."
"A study suggests that keeping cats can increase chances of developing mental illnesses, and cause suicidal behavior in females."
Turtle Beach's Stealth 420X wireless Xbox One headset put through its paces. #TheGadgetShow
What games are you playing this weekend? #thegadgetshow
"Chocolate comes from cocoa, which is a tree. That makes it a plant. Chocolate is salad."
"Anglomania describes a person who is turned on by and or is obsessed with the British accent."
"Pocahontas was 11 years old when she met John Smith. He was 28."
""Silent" and "Listen" are spelled with the same letters."
"Firstborns generally have higher IQ scores."
A boy from Berlin with his portable lemonade stand, 1931.
"If you fail your driver's license practical test 3 times in Switzerland, you'll have to visit a Psychologist to explain why you failed it."
"Loneliness causes people to take longer baths/showers, sleep longer and over think more."
"Marijuana and sex can help prevent migraines."
Salvador Dali taking his anteaters for a walk in Paris, 1969.
"Higher intelligence is actually associated with worrying too much – People who overthink tend to have higher IQs."
Greasers in New York City, 1950s.
"If you had 1 billion dollars and spent $25,000 a day, it would take you 110 years to spend it all."
"You can't cry on space because your tears won't ever fall."
Alien Skeletons and More: 10 Bizarre Findings on the Surface of Mars allday.com/g/masu
"Astronauts on the International Space Station witness around 15 sunrises and 15 sunsets every day."
Boy with his boar, 1930s.
"In 2005, a man named Ronald MacDonald actually robbed a Wendy's."
"The longest prison sentence was for 384,911 years. It was given to a mailman failed to deliver over 40,000 letters."
"If humans were capable of hearing frequencies lower than 20 Hz, we would hear our muscles moving."
When Did Presidential Vacations Become Such A Big Deal? allday.com/g/vaca
"A newborn kangaroo is small enough to fit in a teaspoon."
"Dimples are considered to be a "facial muscle deformity.""
Southern California High School, 1969.
"Alcohol does not kill brain cells."
SNL Original Cast, 1975.
"Coca-Cola was originally only marketed to white people, and Pepsi was marketed to black people."
This Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital Is Covered In A Thick Layer Of Pigeon Poo allday.com/g/geon
"Warren Buffett, the third richest man in the world, doesn't carry a cell phone, nor has a computer on his desk."
We took a close look at one of Samsung’s latest 4K 65-inch TVs: #TheGadgetShow bit.ly/1OCmmj7
Debbie Harry, 1978.
""NO LEMON, NO MELON" backwards is "NO LEMON, NO MELON"."
Now your Android Wear watch can play Half-Life! #TheGadgetShow bit.ly/1JD5rZx
"At age 13, Ashton Kutcher almost committed suicide by jumping off a hospital balcony so he could donate his heart to his dying brother."
The Terrafugia TF-X flying car just got a facelift. #TheGadgetShow bit.ly/1ImI5uD
"In 2010 3 burglars who thought they had found a stash of cocaine ended up snorting the ashes of a man and his two great danes."
Nokia looks set to drop some big announcements next week – with VR rumours abound! #TheGadgetShow
"Your brain will perform better when you believe you've slept well, even if you haven't."
"85% of people have experienced a dream so real that they were not sure if it happened in real life or not."
"The lyrics in your favorite song express everything that you struggle to say or express to others."
"The word Redskin was actually invented by Native Americans to separate themselves from the "pale faces""