Product Trends: Noteworthy Kickstarter Products That Might Start A Trend

It is not a secret Kickstarter products have the ability to cause a worldwide trend. Fidget spinners really were not a thing until the “fidget cube” was launched on Kickstarter, raising a whopping $6,450,690 more than the initially needed $15,000. The interesting thing here is that, even though the cube is pretty cool, other small […]

Pornhub and Verge cryptocurrency partner up to offer anonymous payments

Jep. It’s happening. Pornhub and Verge announced (NSFW) they will be working together to make sure people can make anonymous subscription payments on Pornhub: The future has come. In our efforts to keep current with our community’s privacy and payment preferences, Pornhub will now be accepting Verge as a means of payment for services like Pornhub […]

“Wheelmageddon”: Will scooter-sharing be the next big thing?

Electric scooters are a trend, as we mentioned before. But now, scooters are a bit too much of a trend in San Francisco, where people are calling for regulation. Why? Because sharing-services like Bird are flooding the streets with their scooters, and people are getting scared of being overrun. Or, as Vanity Fair calls it: […]

“Delete Facebook” searches hit highest since 2012

With Facebook under heavy fire, people are leaving the platform. According to Business Insider, nearly 1 in 10 Americans deleted their Facebook account after the Mark Zuckerberg hearings. Even Zuckerberg himself claimed there was “no dramatic drop-off in users” since the Cambridge Analytica data-breach. Even though we cannot confirm the numbers from Business Insider, Google trend […]