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  1. I Want to Play With This Tiny Air Force Base All Day Long
  2. This Might Be Our Best Look Yet at the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
  3. A New Manufacturing Technique Could Finally Make Titanium Cheaper
  4. Apple Has to Pay $533 Million for a Patent Infringement Within iTunes
  5. This*Accidental Picture of Comet Lovejoy Is Also the Best
  6. Anthem Admits Up to 18.8 Million Non-Customers Could've Been Hacked Too
  7. The World's Biggest SIM Manufacturer Denies Major Encryption Key Hack
  8. The Troubled History of the Foreskin
  9. Instagram Posts Help Reveal Aaron Schock's Inappropriate Taxpayer Spending
  10. Curiosity's New Software Lets It Drill More Gently (and Do Less Damage)
  11. These Mice on a Treadmill Show Weight Loss Drugs in Action
  12. Apple's Investing $1.7bn on Two Entirely Renewable Energy Data Centres
  13. Citizenfour Awarded Oscar for Best Documentary in 2014
  14. Astronauts Take the Best Selfies
  15. France Wants Google, Facebook, and Twitter's Help Fighting Terrorism
  16. This Abandoned Hospital Isn't From A Zombie Movie
  17. This Crazy Chair Builds Itself
  18. Scan Reveals This Buddha Statue Has A Mummy Inside
  19. A Clever Push Pin Doesn't Make Holes
  20. Drone footage reveals the alien world that is a frozen Niagara Falls*
  21. How one of the most complicated watches in the world is made
  22. Video: The delicate art of making bonsai trees
  23. The Double Cyclone Disaster That Smashed into Australia This Week
  24. This Robotic Bird Can Swoop and Dive (Kinda) Like the Real Thing
  25. This Is How Astronauts Practice Jetpack Missions in Space
  26. They could've included jailbreaking and rooting, too, but they'd have needed a log sc
  27. Sun Keeps Damaging Skin Cells For Hours After Exposure
  28. This Digital Mondrian Was Made in 1964
  29. Lenovo Installs Adware*on New Computers*That Could Steal*Private Data*
  30. This Cyberpunk Landscape is Actually The Skyline of Las Vegas
  31. The Clearest View Yet of Pluto's Two Tiny Moons
  32. This Polish Human Centrifuge Has Special Ways of Making You Sick
  33. What Touchscreens Were Like in 1982
  34. The U.S. Is Starting to Sell Armed Drones to Allies
  35. Second Coming: The First HTTP Update in 16 Years, HTTP/2, Is Finished
  36. The Loudest and Quietest Places in the U.S., Mapped
  37. OpenStreetMap Finally Does Directions, and That's Amazing
  38. Hunting a Silent Killer: How to Cure Hepatitis C in the Undiagnosed
  39. How Did This Skull Get Cut Clean in Half?
  40. Transparency Is Great, But It's No Substitute For Free Speech
  41. Spectacular scenes like this, viewed from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS
  42. This Stamp-Sized Sensor Can Sniff Out Explosives Using RFID Tags
  43. How Digital Images Really Work
  44. Hackers Stole Hundreds of Millions in Massive Malware Bank Heist
  45. Today is the 25th anniversary of the Pale Blue Dot photograph
  46. A Mammoth Ice Breaker Frees a Ship Trapped In the Frozen Ocean
  47. The Pirate Bay Is Back
  48. Watch different layers of clouds move in completely different directions
  49. This is ?How The Trinity*Supercomputer Will Keep Its Cool
  50. Awesome montage of women kicking ass in action movies
  51. What's the Best Game for Killing Time With Your Phone?*
  52. Watch Your Music Create a Constantly Changing Landscape
  53. How You Can Create Petite Planets In a Petri Dish
  54. These Are the Songs You Have Sex to, According to Spotify
  55. Where Are the FBI's Drone Privacy Reports?
  56. New Non-Stick Coating Will Stop Bacteria Sticking to Medical Materials
  57. This Is Allegedly How People Hack App Store Rankings in China
  58. The Solution to Awful iOS App Store Navigation is... Pinterest?
  59. Watch the First Behind-the-Scenes Footage of the New James Bond Movie*
  60. Hey Sun, Why So Serious?
  61. Bloomberg: Samsung's Galaxy S6 Will Have a Screen Covering 3 Sides
  62. The File-Naming Convention You*Really Use
  63. The Fascinating Engineering Details of the Titanic From a*1909 Journal*
  64. A New Video Standard Will Allow 8K Laptop Screens
  65. A New Government Agency Will Fight Digital Terrorism
  66. Watch How a Real Kidney Grows From Cells Into an Organ
  67. Amazing aerial photos of Las Vegas like you have never seen it before
  68. This Video Chat Software Runs in Terminal, Renders Your Face in ASCII
  69. Leaked Data From 30,000 Swiss Bank Accounts Reveals Mass Tax Avoidance
  70. This Is What a Spiral Galaxy Looks Like Side-On
  71. How the Cardboard Box Was Invented
  72. Childhood Stripped Of All Joy By 'Where's Waldo' Search Algorithm
  73. A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The (Awesome) Life Of A Ski Photographer
  74. Secret stash of Moon artifacts found hidden in Neil Armstrong's closet
  75. These Are The RadioShack Stores That Are Closing
  76. Fascinating photos reveal how they built the SR-71 Blackbird
  77. Scientists created a transparent eggshell to see how an embryo grows
  78. Using Satellites, We Can Spot Pirate Fishing Boats from Space
  79. Video: Making cast iron skillets the old fashioned way is pretty fun
  80. These Air Pistols Look Like Weapons from Star Wars
  81. The phenomenal alien worlds concept art of*Destiny
  82. Trippy drone video wrecks brains by flipping the world upside down
  83. Our Ancestors Developed a Love For Alcohol Millions of Years Ago
  84. The Time Americans Leave For Work, Mapped
  85. Samsung's NX500 Is Its Most Powerful Camera Shrunk Into a Small Body
  86. Twitter's CEO: "We Suck at Dealing With Abuse and There's No Excuse"
  87. Apple Is in Talks About Its Own Web TV Service (Again)
  88. One Year Later, Obama Failing on Promise to Rein in NSA
  89. This video game sums up life in the most heartbreaking way possible
  90. It's a New Episode of Haphead, the VR Gamer Dystopia Series
  91. Can you recognize popular brand logos even if they were in Chinese?
  92. Seeing a GoPro video of a roller coaster might be scarier than riding it
  93. Report: Amazon Might Buy Up Radioshack Stores
  94. This is the car I would like to drive if I were living in the future
  95. A Giant Telescope Will Search The Stars For 'Planet X'
  96. Quantum Entanglement Can Now Be Performed on a Chip
  97. The ESA's New Space Shuttle Gets Dressed For Its First Trial Outing
  98. Windows 10 Will Be Free For Raspberry Pi
  99. The New*Raspberry Pi: A Turbocharged Quad-Core Real PC for $35
  100. The Army Just Open-Sourced Its Security Software*
  101. I Want to Ride in This Hot Tub Tug Boat*
  102. How to Watch Superbowl XLIX*Online*
  103. What's the Weirdest Thing You've Ordered From the Internet?*
  104. This anti-bullet wall can stop bullets from penetrating and ricocheting
  105. Secret message found inside WW2 bullet is the end to a very funny story
  106. Fire Fighters of the Future Race to Save Their City
  107. Step Inside Your Isolation Pod, Worker Drone, and Be Free
  108. The Theft and Half-Century Journey of Einstein’s Brain
  109. An Odd Hypothesis About Bubbles Could Finally Lead to Nuclear Fusion
  110. Anonymized Credit Card Data Really Isn't Very Anonymous
  111. Scientists Have Made a*Möbius Strip Out of Light for*the First Time
  112. This Flexible Skin Patch Could Use Friction to Power Your Wearables
  113. This Sharp New Image of Galaxy M 82 Reveals Its Dead Supernovae
  114. How Will the Ebola Epidemic End?
  115. How Computers Handle Negative Numbers (and Sometimes Get It Wrong)
  116. How the Pencil Sharpener Was Invented
  117. The Smallest Game of Chess Takes Up Just 487 Bytes
  118. This Is the Main Cast of*Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs Biopic
  119. New Linux Bug Could Cause "a Lot of Collateral Damage on the Internet"
  120. Watch This Reflected Laser Pulse's Entire Flight Path at 20bn FPS
  121. How Radical 70s Scientists Tried to Change the World
  122. Judge the Depth of Snow By Looking at Passing Dogs*
  123. This Is What a Blood Clot Looks Like Close-Up
  124. How the Piano Was Invented
  125. This Concept Has a Use For Old Modular Phone Parts: A Supercomputer
  126. ?Sling TV Review: Holy Crap, We've Figured Out Internet Television
  127. Google Handed Stacks of*WikiLeaks Email Straight to the FBI in 2012
  128. NASA's Opportunity Has Now Explored the Martian Surface for 11 Years
  129. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Is What Spies Really Do
  130. Hozier: Angel Of Small Death & The Codeine Scene
  131. Why You Should Care That The FCC Is Trying To Redefine Broadband
  132. The $72 Amazon Prime Deal is Live, Even For Existing Subscribers!
  133. US Navy to publicly show their amazing railgun for the first time ever
  134. Hungarian noodles with bacon fat and sprinkled sugar will kill you fast
  135. ?Why Google Is Strong-Arming Artists Into Signing With YouTube Music Key
  136. Sony Pictures has announced that it expects to have some of its critical systems back
  137. The New Sonos Logo Looks Like Pulsing Sound as You Scroll It
  138. Dish Network Violated the 'Do Not Call' Registry 57 Million Times
  139. This Greenland Glacier Flows Like Water Around Rock
  140. Mega Just Launched End-to-End Encrypted Audio and Video Chat
  141. Spotify for iOS Just Got Some Sweet New Touch and Gesture Features
  142. This Drone Crashed While Trying to Deliver 6lbs of Meth
  143. This Telescope Is Shooting a Laser Right at the ISS
  144. Acer's Tough New Chromebooks Are Built to Survive Your Children
  145. This is the amazing town of Epecuén.
  146. How Fat the World Is, Visualized
  147. Putin Looks Disappointed With Russia's Latest Robot
  148. Why Does Smoke Cover So Much of South-East Asia?
  149. This Is the Dwarf Planet Ceres Spinning on Its Axis
  150. Here's a Shocking Visualization of the Planet's Rising Temperatures
  151. This Is What*Seoul and Pyongyang Look Like at Night
  152. Asset Forfeiture and the Cycle of Electronic Surveillance Funding
  153. Programmable DNA Glue Can Selectively 3D-Print Natural Materials
  154. The NSA Saw Signs That the Sony Hacks Were Coming
  155. Bloomberg: HTC M9 With 20MP Camera and First Smartwatch Coming March
  156. The ISS's Work Station Puts Your Home Office To Shame
  157. NSA-Led Panel Says There's No Alternative To NSA Data Collection
  158. El Goodo: Feel So Fine
  159. Watch Original House Of Cards To Better Appreciate Netflix's Version
  160. There's Millions of Dollars Worth of Gold and Silver in Sewage *
  161. There's a Real Robotics Company Called Cyberdyne And Now I'm Scared
  162. Every X-Men member ever in one video timeline
  163. Impressive photo of the F-35 Lightning II with all its weaponry lined up
  164. This Is the Terrifying Beauty of a Suffocated Sea
  165. Lost Beagle Lander Found Seemingly Intact on Mars, Failure Cause Unknown
  166. Spectacular video and images of world's largest lava field in 200 years
  167. This New Website Lets You Hire a Hacker in Minutes
  168. Neat comercial shows how life would be if we had two mouths
  169. The CIA Has Cleared Its Own Spies of Snooping on Senate Computers
  170. Google Is Already Building Its Driverless Cars in Detroit
  171. These Interstellar Cannons Actually Hunt Exoplanets
  172. Man Stuffs PS4 and Xbox One into a Single Laptop
  173. There's a Security Bug on 60% of Android Phones—And Google Won't Fix It
  174. This is What Orion Looks Like Naked
  175. Lumia 435: The Cheapest Lumia Yet Only Costs $80
  176. Why Is It Called Area 51?
  177. You Can Trace a Typhoon Through Changes in Ocean Life
  178. Bone marrow jam burger could start a revolution on your taste buds
  179. This Glowing Orb Is a Chemistry Experiment Aboard the ISS
  180. How the Oreo Was Invented
  181. Two LG Factory Workers Die in Nitrogen Leak
  182. Report: The FBI Oversaw the*NSA's Email Surveillance*
  183. As the Italian astronaut bid Twitter a goodnight yesterday, this was her view from be
  184. Wet Hot American Summer Is The Latest Classic To Get A Netflix Reboot
  185. These are the most amazing aerial photos of New York ever, period
  186. John Mayer: Free Fallin'
  187. Check Out The Gigantic Snow Sculptures Made By Three Brothers
  188. SpaceX Rocket Makes Crash Landing On A Drone Barge
  189. It sounds incredible but the Pillars of Creation don't exist anymore
  190. Fascinating break down explains why Taylor Swift songs are so catchy
  191. Neat video turns juggler into human black hole
  192. This Was the First Ever Satellite Image of the Entire U.S.
  193. Samsung’s New*PCIe SSD Writes at*2.15GBps and Uses Barely Any Power
  194. This Is a Fresh Scar on Mars's Surface
  195. The Apple Store Line That Could Kill You. Literally.*
  196. Philips' New Noise-Cancelling Cans Plug Straight Into a Lightning Port
  197. How Soap Works
  198. These Helmets Let You See the World as an Animal
  199. Report: New*Super Cookies Can Even Track Your Privacy-Mode Browsing
  200. Philips' New Noise-Cancelling Cans Plug Straight Into a Lightning Port
  201. How Soap Works
  202. These Helmets Let You See the World as an Animal
  203. Report: New*Super Cookies Can Even Track Your Privacy-Mode Browsing
  204. Landslide moves entire home several feet off its foundation
  205. Your Fat Is Fighting Off Infection
  206. These Water Bottles Look Just Like Rolls of Classic Film
  207. Hangouts for iOS now shows your Google Voice messages--both texts and voicemails.
  208. Intel is giving cheap tablets a shot in the arm with its new Cherry Trail chips.
  209. You Can Now Buy a SIM-free Unlocked iPhone 6 or 6 Plus From Apple
  210. Watch SpaceX Try and Land a Rocket on a Drone Barge Right Here (Update: Aborted)
  211. 108 Things That Could Kill You (But Probably Won't)
  212. Report: The American Drone Fleet Is Stretched to 'Breaking Point'
  213. A Clever Segmented Hinge Ensures These Glasses Fit Anyone's Face
  214. What Did People Use to Mask Surgical Pain Before Modern Anesthesia?
  215. Nokia 215: Internet in Your Pocket For $30
  216. LaCie Wrapped This 1TB External Drive in Mirror-Finish Gorilla Glass
  217. Seagate Makes Some Compromises For a Cheap $130 Wireless Drive
  218. Seagate's Seven Is the World's Thinnest External Drive
  219. LaCie's Rugged RAID Offers Extra Data Protection With Two Drives Inside
  220. The fine line separating normality from disaster in one single photo
  221. Clever animation shows how we hide our true feelings to the world
  222. Video: The life of an ant is just like a fun video game
  223. Once Upon A Time In The West Is the Best Western and You Should Watch It
  224. A Russian Company Wants to Build a Base on the Moon
  225. If you were affected by Sony's PSN outage over the holidays, some good news: you'll g
  226. Two-Thirds of Cancer Cases Are Simply Down to Bad Luck
  227. Report: Mt. Gox Bitcoin Loss Was an Inside Job
  228. The only reason we need to celebrate 2015
  229. Video: Turning soda cans into liquid metal looks so fun
  230. What's Your Favorite Twilight Zone Episode?
  231. Watch a tiger jump impossibly high for meat in slow motion
  232. Watch a woman dance around in flames like a reborn phoenix (NSFW)
  233. The hilarious ridiculousness of the new Star Wars' crossguard lightsaber
  234. An epic supercut of explosions in movies
  235. Salt Storage Warehouse Collapses, Chicagoans Unfazed
  236. This Incredible Technical Drawing Is Actually an Oil Painting
  237. This Laser-Powered Nanosensor Could Spot Extra-Terrestrial Life
  238. How ILM made you believe this painting was a real hangar in Star Wars
  239. Fantastic landscape photography makes Earth look like a magic dimension*
  240. Can Deaf People Hear Voices?
  241. The XKCD Phone 2: Every Feature You Never Needed
  242. Gmail Has Been Blocked in China
  243. AirAsia Rescue Chief: The Plane Is Likely at the Bottom of the Sea
  244. AirAsia Plane Goes Missing Over Indonesia With 162 People On Board
  245. I Wonder How The Usual Suspects Ends
  246. Wall.e Restaurant Staffed With Robots Opens in China
  247. Artist Suing Sony Over Unauthorized Use of Her Song in 'The Interview'
  248. Christmas in the past and in the present in the same picture
  249. Cute love story animated completely with latte art
  250. Crazy spinning giant Thai rocket is the awesomest thing