Cracked Archive - Tech

6 Golden Rules For Arguing With Jerks Online

Having no children of my own, my only legacy is to pass on some key tips for surviving this great digital expanse.


13 Mind-Numbingly Stupid ‘Improvements’ To Products

It turns out most of our favorite toys these days are more Crystal Pepsi than not.


13 Pieces Of Technology That Are About To Change The World

We're living in the future minus all the personal space ships and Ewoks and junk.


The 7 Saddest Questions On Yahoo Answers

Yahoo's question asking population quietly descended into madness when no one was looking.


Why A Robot Police Force Is Going To Be So Incredibly Stupid

The ruthless efficiency of a robotic police force will be first tested on the crumbling, crime-riddled streets of Dubai.


Millennials Will Never Escape The Dumb Sh!t We’ve Put Online

This ad scrapes the bottom of the barrel in terms of what it expects voters to throw a fit over.


5 Mind-Meltingly Creepy Corners Of The Internet

If you wander around enough, the internet can still surprise you.


6 'Modern' Things Older Than Whoever You Think Invented Them

Is there anything truly new, or have we just been coming up with slight improvements in butt technology since the Stone Age?


Don't Let These Products Fall Into The Wrong (Robot) Hands

We can't prove it, but knowing how to code makes you a thousand times sexier to those you're attempting to woo.


Memes You Probably Helped Spread Are Secretly Propaganda

The broad concept of meds have evolved. Only not in the fun 'monkey to brain other monkey with a femur' kind of way.


Why You Won't Be Able To Trust Anything You See Or Hear Soon

Regardless of where you are on the political hypercube, we can all agree that fake news has become a real problem.


6 Ways To Survive A Disaster That'll Make You Pray For Death

After a year when everything that could have gone wrong went wrong, it's not surprising that a few Nervous Nellies have gone into apocalypse mode.


6 World-Changing Inventions (That Failed Spectacularly)

We as a society tend to lose our minds over any crackpot idea, no matter how obviously flawed and ultimately unworkable it is.