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02:03

What I streamed and really liked: “The Old Man and the Gun”

What I streamed and really liked: “The Old M

Kim's streaming pick this week is the Robert Redford's movie "The Old Man and the Gun." At the age of 70, Forrest Tucker makes an audacious escape from San Quentin, conducting an unprecedented string of heists that confound authorities and enchant the public. Wrapped up in the pursuit are detective John Hunt, who becomes captivated with Forrest's commitment to his craft, and a woman who loves him in spite of his chosen profession.

 

01:22

Marty the robot in the Giant Food Store

Marty the robot in the Giant Food Store

What would you do if you saw a robot in a supermarket? A robot named Marty is being tested at Giant Food Store. While some people thought it was mopping the floor, the robot was actually doing quite a bit more. Want to see him in action? 

 

11:14

How does overnight shipping work?

How does overnight shipping work?

Two-day shipping is the new norm with Amazon Prime, but if you’re really in a hurry, some products offer overnight shipping. Of course, it costs extra and is sometimes only available at certain times during the day. But if it means getting the package sooner, then overnight shipping can be worth it. But how does the whole process work?

 

07:18

This Harvard professor is creating transforming toys

This Harvard professor is creating transforming to

You may not know his name, but chances are you’ve seen or owned one of his most famous creations. The eponymous sphere is the plastic ball that expands and contracts in cool ways, and if you don’t know exactly what it is by this description, make sure to watch the video to remember. Not only that, but you’ll see all the other amazing designs this professor has made. 

 

07:25

Michael Caine has lived a legendary life

Michael Caine has lived a legendary life

The 85-year-old actor has appeared in numerous movies over the course of his career. From the "Batman" franchise to "The Prestige," he is now releasing his latest memoir, titled "Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Lessons in Life." However don’t expect him to give up the acting gig, as in this video he talks about how retirement isn’t happening just yet. 

 

04:31

The real-life lion king

The real-life lion king

Growing up in the wild can be a struggle. For young male lions, it’s a fight to survive in an alpha-dominated pride. Watch the story of Gibson the lion and his mother as they explore and grow up in the African savannah. Learn about the relationship struggles of the pride and the reality of growing up with lions.   

 

04:59

Where do those reviews on Amazon really come from?

Where do those reviews on Amazon really come from?

Almost every product on Amazon has been reviewed. And if you’re looking to buy something new, checking out the previous customers and what they think is a good way to see what you’re getting. But are they all consumers just like you? Maybe, maybe not. 

 

07:11

The magical Greenwich Village apartment of Amy Sedaris

The magical Greenwich Village apartment of Amy Sed

Explore the eclectic apartment that’s the inspiration for the set design of "At Home With Amy Sedaris." Her theatrical one-bedroom home is unlike any you have seen before. With quaint decorations, it almost seems like a movie set.   

 

06:08

What’s wrong with the iPhone XR?

What’s wrong with the iPhone XR?

The newest and greatest in Apple smartphones is the wave of iPhone X editions. The iPhone XR was marketed as the budget phone for consumers who still wanted to get an iPhone X, but didn’t want to pay the hefty price tag. Of course the XR is still $750 at its lowest price setting. It could have been a great deal. 

 

19:08

This sketchbook is never-ending

This sketchbook is never-ending

Do you like to sketch? Have you ever wondered what a never-ending sketchbook would look like? If you’re looking for a cool gift or want to make one of your own, this might be something to check out. 

 

04:48

Do you know about the dangerous race to the South Pole?

Do you know about the dangerous race to the South

Ever since history has been recorded, we have learned about people trying to conquer their world. From taking over cities to exploring new areas, there’s no limit to our reach. Even the toughest regions are fair game. One of the biggest goals by the early 1900s was to reach the South Pole. How did humankind do it?   

 

05:54

This is the most minimalist phone

This is the most minimalist phone

Our phones are becoming larger parts of our life, and for some people they may be all-encompassing. If you’ve noticed you or your friends are spending too much time connected to their smart devices, this minimalist phone could be the next big thing. It’s for people who want to “detox,” but doesn’t say it outright. Could this phone be a good fit for you? 

 

03:00

The mysterious residents of the Everglades National Park

The mysterious residents of the Everglades Nationa

Have you ever wanted to travel to the Everglades National Park in Florida? Now you can, and by watching this video you’ll be able to meet all of the incredible creatures that call this paradise home. From crocodiles to manatees, the animals are endless and full of mysterious surprises. 

 

15:59

Five stories that set the record

Five stories that set the record

Are you the best at something? Nowadays, anything can become a Guinness World Record. Whether you want to see the expert in paper airplane throwing, or this 70+ guy shredding on his BMX, take 15 minutes to watch this video. Maybe you’ll want to set a record of your own. Keep your imagination open and check out this awesome record-setting video! 

 

04:52

The riddle of the killer robot ants

The riddle of the killer robot ants

As an inventor, it’s nice to know when what you create becomes a success. But if you invented robotic ants, you probably shouldn’t give them the ability to shoot deadly lasers. Even worse if you can’t turn that off. If this happened to you, do you think you would be able to stop them from escaping the habitat before their lasers activate? 

 

04:51

Solve the riddle of the stolen rubies

Solve the riddle of the stolen rubies

In your medieval town, a corrupt merchant is hoarding 30 rubies. The townspeople are clamoring for him to reimburse the town with his rubies in payment for his wretched schemes. The king announces that the fine will be determined by a game of wits between the merchant and you. Can you outsmart the merchant and bring peace back to the town? 

 

05:03

Test your brain with the buried treasure riddle!

Test your brain with the buried treasure riddle!

While sailing after a massive storm, you find five survivors in the water. To thank you for saving them, they let you in on a secret -- they know of an island with buried treasure. But when they start to describe the island, things seem a bit weird. Can you decipher their odd instructions and get the gold?

 

05:20

Will you be able to solve the giant cat army riddle?

Will you be able to solve the giant cat army riddl

In a world where giant cats can terrorize the city, it's up to you and your team of secret agents to save the day. But when you find the villainous Dr. Schrodinger's lab, you realize it's a trap! Can you get out and save the day? 

 

04:46

Test your skills with the Mondrian square riddle

Test your skills with the Mondrian square riddle

If you recognize the word Mondrian, you may have thought of the Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. His abstract, rectangular paintings have actually inspired many mathematicians to create a challenge. Do you think you can solve this puzzle and get the lowest score? Put your skills to the test. 

 

10:31

How is photography affecting our brains?

How is photography affecting our brains?

One of the fun things that comes up when talking about photography is that the number of reported miracles drastically decreased after the invention of the camera. But what other changes have happened, and how has this affected our lifestyles? Has it even affected the way we think and perceive the world? 

 

03:19

The world’s most expensive ice cream is $1,000, but is it worth it?

The world’s most expensive ice cream is $1,000,

If you’re in New York and want to try out the world’s most expensive ice cream, head on over to Serendipity 3. It’s home to the Golden Opulence Sundae, priced at $1,000. What’s in this luxurious dessert to make it worth of such a high price tag? Well the dish needs to be ordered 487 hours in advance because its ingredients are flown in from all around the world, including the most expensive chocolate in the world. It is also topped with the only dessert caviar. You won’t find this wallet-emptying treat anywhere else. But how good is it? 

 

02:21

What I streamed and really liked: “Coco”

What I streamed and really liked: “Coco̶

This week's streaming recommendation from Andrew is the Pixar movie "Coco." Despite his family's generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the amazing Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history.

 

01:40

Pop culture of 2018 in review

Pop culture of 2018 in review

Good movies, great music and more. While we have already started the new year, it’s important to look back and see what was the best about 2018. See if your favorite moment of 2018 made this list. 

 

03:10

These girls in Nigeria are learning how to code

These girls in Nigeria are learning how to code

If you’re a girl born in Nigeria, you probably weren’t encouraged to pursue a career in STEM. However, times are changing and more and more Nigerian girls are learning math, sciences and even technology skills like coding. One woman has started a program called "Girls Coding," and it focuses on teaching girls from disadvantaged backgrounds to program. 

 

06:20

What happens if you stop eating breakfast?

What happens if you stop eating breakfast?

"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." If you haven’t heard it from your parents, then maybe you’ve heard that phrase from a diet book, or even online. It’s widely known that people should eat breakfast, but so many people skip the meal. What happens when you skip breakfast? Is it truly the most important meal of the day? 

 

05:27

People love to hate these houses

People love to hate these houses

Have you ever heard of the term McMansion? It’s a type of house that people love to hate. If you haven’t, you might be wondering why. It may surprise you to find out what some of your neighbors' houses actually are! 

 

03:30

Why does Costco check the receipt before you leave?

Why does Costco check the receipt before you leave

You know the drill. On your way out of the huge Costco warehouse, an employee is standing at the doorway ready to check and highlight your receipt. You may have thought of a few reasons why the did this yourself, but you might be surprised at the real reason. Find out the secret reason they check your receipt. 

 

05:43

The curious monk haircut

The curious monk haircut

Imagine a monk. Now, imagine their haircut. You’re probably thinking of bald in the center and a bowl-cut. It’s definitely an odd haircut, but have you ever wondered why they looked like this? If you’re looking for an answer, go no further than this video! You’ll be surprised at the controversy behind the hairdo.

 

08:43

Behind the scenes as a chef makes chocolate croissants

Behind the scenes as a chef makes chocolate croiss

While they may be a delicious chocolate pastry, chocolate croissants aren’t as easy to make as they are to eat. There’s a special process, and doing any part incorrectly could lead to a failed croissant. Watch behind the scenes as a chef tries to make the perfect chocolate croissants.   

 

01:47

What’s happening with China’s economy?

What’s happening with China’s economy?

China is a leader in the global economy. With the largest population in the world, China is a hub of economic activity. However, China’s leaders have a mammoth task of steering the country out of its current slowdown. How will they do it?

 

10:17

Watch these mesmerizing machines at work

Watch these mesmerizing machines at work

One interesting thing about machines at work is that they do it again and again, and it’s satisfying to watch, too. Take a look at a wire bender, an industrial spring maker, metal lathes, wrought iron and more. 

 

21:58

This is what happens when you return something to Amazon

This is what happens when you return something to

When you returned that crazy gift from Amazon that you didn’t want, do you think Amazon just boxed it up and sold it again? No, of course not. Amazon gathers returned products and auctions them off. You can get thousands of dollars of stuff for just hundreds. Find out what this one shopper got when she won an Amazon auction.

 

11:37

How carnival games scam you

How carnival games scam you

They make it look so easy. Just shoot a basket, knock down some “milk bottles,” climb a rope ladder. No sweat, right? Well the odds are stacked against you, and this video shows you how. Pro tip: There are some games that you literally cannot win.

 

08:05

Fashion moves into the future

Fashion moves into the future

Lasers? 3D printing? It’s coming – and is here – as the future of fashion. Fashion is slower at adopting new technology than other industries, but it’s speeding up now. How? Instead of making and then selling, fashion is moving to selling and then making. 

 

12:57

How attentive are you? Test yourself

How attentive are you? Test yourself

Are you good at spotting tiny details? Only 4% will pass this test featuring 10 pictures with small differences. It’s tougher than it seems. Be sure you have a good monitor and put your glasses on! 

 

03:39

Why is Costco’s pizza so delicious?

Why is Costco’s pizza so delicious?

With 750 locations and $1 billion in sales, Costco is one of the nation’s biggest pizza chains. It’s cheap, huge and wonderful. And it only takes six minutes. How does Costco do it? 

 

00:49

Tesla Model 3 gets a quick build

Tesla Model 3 gets a quick build

Tesla is America’s best-selling car built by an American car company. Celebrate with this super-fast time-lapse of the making of a Tesla Model 3. It’s partly assembled by people, partly by robots. And it’s all satisfying to watch. 

 

10:03

10 things that prove you don’t know anything

10 things that prove you don’t know anything

How do advertisements get that windswept look? How does a pineapple grow? How are pavement blocks laid? You think you know, but you don’t know. Here are some everyday things that you had wrong.

 

04:16

Hilarious ‘Bad Lip Reading’ Apple product launch

Hilarious ‘Bad Lip Reading’ Apple product laun

Have you heard about the new Apple Skin Twist? How about Apple Handsome Anthony? Apple Wish Prince? Watch this funny “Bad Lip Reading” video of an epic Apple product launch presentation. Personally, I can’t wait for the Apple DeBonk DeBonk! 

 

01:56

Take the room with you with a rolling suite

Take the room with you with a rolling suite

Here’s an idea that will merge transportation and hotel into one. Imagine rolling down the road in a hotel room, with no need to stop for a nap, to get work done or even to use the restroom! It may be on the way one day. 

 

02:39

Dogs confounded at their own magic show

Dogs confounded at their own magic show

Here’s a load of cute. Some deserving shelter dogs get a little bit of sleight-of-hand to brighten their day. What will they do when that treat disappears from the magician’s hand? Watch for the funny reactions from some sweet dogs. 

 

12:04

Trampoline vs. bowling ball, and other dropped things

Trampoline vs. bowling ball, and other dropped thi

What’s it like to drop items about 550 feet from the top of a dam down to a trampoline? Find out starting with a baseball, bowling ball, GoPro camera and finally a bowling ball. As you’ll see, it’s hit-or-miss – and mostly miss. 

 

06:37

Explaining NAFTA using a toy car

Explaining NAFTA using a toy car

The North American Free Trade Agreement began in 1994 and allowed auto companies in the United States and other countries to trade parts and cars without paying tariffs. It was influential in keeping car prices in the U.S. lower, with only a seven percent rise in 25 years. However, the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement called the USMCA could change that. How?

 

12:32

Another look at the beginning of 2019

Another look at the beginning of 2019

We all know what it looks like at Times Square on New Year's Eve. The ball drop and confetti are iconic. But what does it look like elsewhere? Here's an eye-filling celebration as the clock struck 12 in London. You won't believe all the fireworks! Carve some time out to watch this celebration. 

 

00:31

The future is here with this amazing personal robot

The future is here with this amazing personal robo

With all the devices we interact with on a day-to-day basis, wouldn't it be simpler if we could live like The Jetsons and have our own personal robot? Well, now we can, with Temi the Personal Robot! Temi answers the same types of queries as your virtual assistants do, plays music, answer questions, carry things with its built-in tray and even teach you a new language. It even follows you around your home and can learn where certain locations are, like the kitchen or living room. Invest in the future today! Visit robotemi.com now.

 

03:10

Ducklings stuck in a pool need help

Ducklings stuck in a pool need help

A mother duck and her ducklings found their way into a pool only to find that the ducklings were not able to get out. The mother duck can’t stand it and tries to call for help. Luckily, someone answers the call, but the duck isn’t very trusting. Will the ducklings be able to get out? 

 

08:30

Why are 1 million Venezuelans going to Colombia?

Why are 1 million Venezuelans going to Colombia?

Currently, Colombia is dealing with a huge wave of refugees coming from Venezuela. For some countries, taking on large numbers of refugees takes a toll on the host country, and many go so far as to close their borders. However, Colombia hasn’t turned away these refugees, but their shared history may mean there’s a limit to how many the will accept. 

 

04:30

The unexpected chemistry of cookies

The unexpected chemistry of cookies

We all know it -- cookies are delicious. The secret is in the ingredients. Flour, eggs, sugar, chocolate chips. Mix them all together and bake it in the oven and voila! Cookies! But how do cookies work? You stick cookie dough into the oven, and magically you get warm cookies out. But why doesn’t the chocolate melt everywhere in the cookie? How does the dough spread? Why does it have to be at a certain temperature?