ANYBODY keen for some cardio around Area 51? No? Probably a sage decision.
But if you were inclined to incorporate a secret US military base into your workout, the fitness app Strava would be able to pinpoint the sites in seconds.
Strava comes equipped with a data visualisation “heat map” which experts warn can highlight the movements of military personnel on active service as they track their jogging routines.
Who knew that to be a great military tactician all you needed to do was purchase a Fitbit and join a Cross Fit class?
The discovery was made by a 20-year-old student at ANU.
US RAPPER Eminem has turned his creative expertise to coming up with snappy pharmaceutical advertisements.
However, the catch in this case is that the ads were merely a ruse to sell his latest album Revival.
It seems Mr Mathers has been prescribing fake medical ads to the public as part of a marketing stunt, calling for people to conquer the fictitious illness Atrox Rithimus, a phrase in Latin that translates to “bitter rhyme”, by taking some ‘Revival’ medicine.
The ads claim the miracle drug “is a non-injectable medication given through the ear canal and is not intended for anal use.”