19 TOXIC Tech Fails that will last Forever.
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19 of the Worst Tech fails of ALL Time. Including Nintendo, Nike, Twitter, Apple, Microsoft and much more 😈 To see previous episodes of Tech fails:
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  • Mrwhosetheboss
    Mrwhosetheboss

    If you were wondering where I've been for the last week, We went ALL OUT for the theme on this video 😂 Other FAIL Episodes are here:

  • wolff wolfie
    wolff wolfie

    The amount of hard work that Arun and his team put into ONE single video is just ridiculous... and I love it. Each time Arun uploads is banger after banger, before we know it he's gonna be making videos on mars with 2030 technology.

  • fouoii gyhh
    fouoii gyhh

    Arun, the dedication you have to creatively rickrolling in every video is amazing. I look forward to it as much as I look forward to the topics you cover. Have a great New Year.

  • MaxVideoGame
    MaxVideoGame

    TIMESTAMPS

  • Cupid
    Cupid

    your content had genuinely helped me so much. just cheering me up while I'm not doing well. thank you arun. you're genuinely amazing

  • Suren Ajeeth
    Suren Ajeeth

    The sheet amount of effort Arun puts in his video is phenomenal! Hell he even made sure whatever virtual fake thing he put in the bin actually sounded like how it would've had sounded had he dropped the original thing. I came across his channel recently and damn! easily the best channel on IRglo.

  • On the Wall Ministries
    On the Wall Ministries

    Great channel. I'm not much of a tech geek but I love the production quality, Arun's screen presence and the humour.... slam dunk

  • Doctor Snow
    Doctor Snow

    Love this series! Too bad you didn’t get the 10 million this year, Arun! Love your content, keep at it

  • vbddfy euuyt
    vbddfy euuyt

    I absolutely love this series. Arun's way of presenting it makes it more interesting and engaging

  • Jeff The Epic
    Jeff The Epic

    I think the death of Mixer was extremely regrettable. It’s integration directly into the Xbox interface was convenient and practical and the stream quality was utterly insane most of the time. I could play jackbox with all my friends and have it set up and everyone on stream in under a minute with only a few seconds of stream delay, sometimes not even that much. Streaming on Twitch just doesn’t have that kind of accessibility. Not to mention the simplicity of Mixers own interface meant I could tell someone my channel and get them in in seconds with no ads or interruptions ever, and every button on screen was extremely straight forward.

  • Emerald
    Emerald

    Fun fact: there was also a Power Glove for the N64 that had all the buttons at your fingertips (literally) and the joystick would be controlled with movement of the wrist. The only problem was that it would take a minute or two to adjust to moving the game with your wrist and would hurt your wrist from long usage.

  • Draginslayer001
    Draginslayer001

    mixer was actually awesome i was on mixer for about 2 years and in that time it grew tremendously a lot more than people expected and everyone had communities just like on twitch and after it shut down all the communities stayed together moving to twitch

  • Razor Von Occam
    Razor Von Occam

    I recently came across this channel and I just love it. You are very entertaining and I love the detailed information given. Plus the puns are just hilarious.

  • Criptin
    Criptin

    I think Meta will be on a list like this eventually. Imagine trying to get your mostly older user base to use VR for things they can already do more efficiently.

  • thereal nynetynyne
    thereal nynetynyne

    The cue cat was actually useful if you could find companies that supported it, I got one from a gadget guru friend and used it a bunch as gaming companies were all in too. For what I used it for it was actually pretty awesome

  • RedRingOfDead
    RedRingOfDead

    Arun, i love your content. Keep this going. And let's hope your channel grows to 12 million subscribers this year. Also a lot of late nights where filled with your content past 2 years please no matter what keep doing what you do. You're my prime source of phone tech and news and whatnot more. You out a smile on people Thier faces ✌🏻✌🏻

  • Maarten Sneep
    Maarten Sneep

    Regarding number 5: I've managed to avoid Zoom over the past two years. Security issues kept me away. It helps that my work selected another actually secure platform.

  • Dead P1xl
    Dead P1xl

    Calling the CueCat a fail should be embarrassing for you. It was a barcode scanner, given away for FREE by companies with their catalogs, when at the time the next closest barcode scanner product was hundreds of dollars. It used the newly-implemented inexpensive optical mouse sensors for something new and it was actually pretty great for putting together parts orders for RadioShack who adopted those barcodes in all their catalogs for years.

  • MiningwithPudding
    MiningwithPudding

    before you get to the issue in #10, I'm guessing that it was so small, it didn't have anywhere for the body to safely compress to in the event of a crash. Also it was harder to see on the road.

  • Shawn Whelan
    Shawn Whelan

    After the first 5 puns I was like, well this is gonna get old. Then they stayed so consistent and relevant to each company/product the whole time, that I applaud you and your writer (if you have one) for the creativity. Great commentary and great research! Phenomenal delivery as well. Just found the channel, good stuff man!