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  1. Right in the center, you're looking at Mars's Atlantis basin--now 4 billion years old
  2. What a Comet Smells Like (Spoiler: Real Bad)
  3. Xbox One Is $50 Cheaper For the Holidays
  4. The Court of Justice of the European Union has declared that embedding a copyrighted
  5. I Want to Sit In This Childish Chair All Day Long
  6. What a Comet Smells Like (Spoiler: Real Bad)
  7. Xbox One Is $50 Cheaper For the Holidays
  8. The Court of Justice of the European Union has declared that embedding a copyrighted
  9. I Want to Sit In This Childish Chair All Day Long
  10. Catch Up On The Sci-Fi Culture You're Missing With Blade Runner
  11. Muse: Showbiz
  12. Twitpic Will Live On As an Archive, Owned by Twitter
  13. This Filmmaker Reviews Google Glass Using Google Glass
  14. I want to live in the optimistic sci-fi worlds of Nicolas Bouvier
  15. Can you detect the amazing stealth animals hiding in all these pictures?
  16. Guy using wheel barrow to do skateboard tricks is hilariously absurd
  17. Just an awesome two minute video of badass action scenes from movies
  18. The Queen Just Sent Her First Tweet
  19. This Is What Neurons Look Like When They Communicate With Each Other
  20. Can You Help CERN Identify What's Happening in These Archive Images?
  21. Something Amazing Happens When You Chill Sugar Cubes in Liquid Nitrgoen
  22. China Scrambled 1,226 Troops to Stop a Single Drone
  23. Microsoft Is Stopping Free Xbox Music Streaming
  24. Google Now cards appear to have started warning us about impending solar eclipses.
  25. Listen to the Historic Sounds of Space Travel on NASA's SoundCloud
  26. Report: Solar Is Way Worse Than Other Renewables
  27. How to Make Sure You're Visiting the Real iCloud Page
  28. This Disgusting Pink Plume Could Help Us Clean Up Oil Spills
  29. A Look at How NASA Tests Its Craft For the Deep Freeze of Sapce
  30. Google Just Released Hundreds of Cool Icons That You Can Use For Free
  31. When Can the Police Search Your Phone and Computer?
  32. The Thoughts of Locked-In Patients, Visualized
  33. Inside the Science of Sharing Rare Blood
  34. Canon Patent Describes Tech to Choose Between JPEG and RAW For You
  35. Spotify Is Getting a Family Deal to Save You Money
  36. Malware Attacks on ATMs Are Here to Stay
  37. Why the FBI Director Is Wrong About Encryption
  38. Snapchat's First 'Non-Creepy' Ad Is For A Horror Movie
  39. Remember The Best Of WWII Films With A Bridge Too Far
  40. Tim Minchin's Storm Is Your Saturday Night Dose of Cynicism
  41. Scattering Your Ashes Into The Stratosphere Is A Very Final Sendoff
  42. This is now Earth's largest ship—so big it can lift oil rigs off the sea
  43. Nexus Player Pulled From Google Play Store Over FCC Certification
  44. Ambition is the new sci-fi movie I didn't even know I wanted to see
  45. Having recalled its Force fitness tracker earlier this year, Fitbit has said that it'
  46. This Is What Happens in Slow-Mo When You Shoot Liquid Drops With Lasers
  47. How to Fix OS X Yosemite's Biggest Annoyances
  48. One of Saturn's Moons Could Have a Subterranean Sea
  49. Twitter: Inserting Strangers' Tweets Into Your Timeline Is Now a Feature
  50. This is a view of the Amazon Rainforest captured by the High Altitude and Long Range
  51. A Match Being Lit Like You've Never Seen Before
  52. Xbox One Update Lets You Buzz Your Controller When It's Lost
  53. These Beautiful Maps Show How Similarly City Streets are Arranged
  54. Not quite the Moon on a stick, but not far off.
  55. Apple's Refresh Schedule and Pricing Changes, Visualized
  56. Report: Samsung's Made Rollable Batteries That Bend Into a Hoop
  57. A European Soccer Match Was Abandoned Over a Drone-Induced Brawl
  58. Leaked Ads Hint at What to Expect From Google This Week?
  59. What Cities Smell Like, Visualized
  60. Are Insects the Future of Food?
  61. Supposed Bitcoin Creator Is Crowdfunding His Lawsuit... With Bitcoin
  62. This Is Why You Should Care About Privacy
  63. This serene snapshot is perhaps one of the most beautiful depictions of interdependen
  64. Remember how Facebook is experimenting with friend-to-friend payments?
  65. Report: Redesigned iTunes Store Will Be as Flat as iOS 8
  66. Zombie Cutting Boards Are Possibly The Most College Thing Ever
  67. Celebrate Hockey (and Canada!) With Goon
  68. Radical Face: Always Gold
  69. These Concepts Show What Apple Watch Apps Will Look Like
  70. I wish I could Iive 200 more years to see a scene like this
  71. Beautiful long exposure photo of the lunar eclipse rising over China
  72. First look at the new Guardians of the Galaxy animated TV series
  73. Photos of regular soldiers transformed into cool futuristic warriors
  74. CSS Is 20 Years Old Today
  75. This is What a Dead Star Looks Like
  76. The Southwest Has a Methane Hotspot as Big as Delaware
  77. How to Measure Distance in Space
  78. These Amazing Autonomous Trains Are the Future of London's Subway
  79. WSJ: Apple Is Delaying Mass Production of a 12.9-Inch iPad
  80. You Need to Create Unique Passwords For Third-Party Apps Using iCloud
  81. Snapchat Is Getting Ads
  82. Why You're Morbidly Curious
  83. Remember how Samsung announced it was getting Nokia's Here navigation software for it
  84. This is astronaut Alexander Gerst peeking up at the camera during his spacewalk outsi
  85. OLED Lighting Sheets Could Replace Bulbs and Halve Your Lighting Bill
  86. Making Stars With Lasers Looks Like Tron Made Real
  87. The EU is investigating Amazon over a massive and potentially illegal tax deal in Lux
  88. Even If You Don't Use Social Networks, They Still Know Stuff About You
  89. Can Cities Save Insect Life?
  90. With the vanishing horizon between sea and the sky, this amazing photograph of the gu
  91. HP Is Splitting in Two
  92. This Particle Is Matter and Antimatter at the Same Time
  93. How the Alien Surfaces of Our Solar System Look, Side-by-Side
  94. Few things are more satisfying than seeing a submarine punch through ice
  95. Alcatraz reimagined as the home of a tech mogul
  96. The Horrible Consequences Of Sharing An Un-Funny Video With Your Friends
  97. Steve McQueen and Analog Synths Make a Music Video I Can't Stop Watching
  98. The weirdest things women used as contraceptives throughout history
  99. Ebola spreading rate compared to other diseases, visualized
  100. This super-cool bike could be Batman's new Batcycle
  101. How pieces of wood turn into a skateboard
  102. I can hardly believe that the B-1B--the U.S.
  103. What Lies Benath: Inside London's Secret Subterranean Spaces
  104. The EU has finally officially approved Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp.
  105. Facebook Is Changing the Way It Governs Its Social Experiments
  106. LG Appears To Be Developing a WebOS Smartwatch
  107. Titan Has a Huge Toxic Cloud Swirling Over Its South Pole
  108. U.S. Police Are Giving Away Keylogging Software as a 'Safety' Measure
  109. This Is How Conan Thinks Texas Doctors Will Respond to Ebola
  110. Stormtroopers Sailors stand by to move an imperial starfighter E-2C Hawkeye in the ha
  111. Garmin Forerunner 920XT: The Best Triathlon Watch Gets Even Better
  112. This Solar Sunflower Provides Electricity and Clean, Hot Water
  113. The Apple Watch Screen Is Smaller Than the Original Promo Video Showed
  114. Ebay Is Splitting PayPal Off as a Separate Company
  115. Basis Peak: A $199 Fitness Tracker With Smartwatch Dreams
  116. Could a Simple Pill Make You Mentally Stronger?
  117. The First Full Color Photo of Mars from India's Orbiter
  118. GoPro Hero4 Hands-On: Action Cam Goes Beast, For a Price
  119. How to Choose Your Destiny in the Multiverse
  120. The Cancer-Spotting Smartphone Camera Inspired By Shrimps
  121. What iOS 8's QuickType Does to Famous Movie Quotes
  122. GoPro Hero4 Hands-On: Action Cam Goes Beast, For a Price
  123. How to Choose Your Destiny in the Multiverse
  124. The Cancer-Spotting Smartphone Camera Inspired By Shrimps
  125. What iOS 8's QuickType Does to Famous Movie Quotes
  126. How to Choose Your Destiny in the Multiverse
  127. The Cancer-Spotting Smartphone Camera Inspired By Shrimps
  128. What iOS 8's QuickType Does to Famous Movie Quotes
  129. Facebook Is Going to Use Its Data to Sell Ads on Third Party Sites
  130. The One Secret to Become a YouTube Music Sensation Overnight
  131. Jimi Hendrix's Last Interview, Recorded a Week Before He Died
  132. Can't Go Back Now: Apple Stops Supporting iOS 7
  133. Flexy, Wrist-Worn Concept Phone: A Real Life Buzz Lightyear Communicator
  134. Only A Russian Billionaire Could Come Up With This Hospital Design
  135. Coke's Making Wi-Fi Enabled Coke Machines Because Of Course It Is
  136. Sierra Nevada Corporation, which was beaten to NASA's multi-billion dollar contract r
  137. This 3-D Printed Robot Could Secure the Ports Of The Future
  138. Apple Execs Sold Off $143 Million of Stock Before iPhone 6 Launch
  139. These Clever Bike Lights Get You Seen, Without Blinding Drivers
  140. Post-It's New App Tries to Bridge the Gap Between Digital and Reality
  141. This Drone is Armed - But Not Like You Might Imagine
  142. Calgary's New Library is a Towering Glass Creation
  143. WEDG: An Alternative to Cloud Computing That'll Keep Your Privates Safe
  144. Scientists are Using Anthrax to Cure Cancer
  145. Report: China's Tech Factories Are Abusing Poor Interns
  146. Report: New Nexus Devices Mid-October, Android L by November 1st
  147. Canadian Startup Wants to Replace Passwords With Your Heartbeat
  148. Facebook's Wi-Fi Drones Start Testing Next Year
  149. Adobe has refreshed the Elements editing-software-on-the-cheap, with updated versions
  150. Videos: US Navy launches Tomahawk missiles against ISIS in Syria
  151. Watching the iPhone 6 Plus being pulverized by a bullet is so satisfying
  152. Short film: Kirsten Dunst deals with the stupidity of selfies
  153. Google Now has a new card, which will keep an eye on flight prices for you.
  154. iPhone 6 soaked in liquid-nitrogen shatters like a Terminator T-1000
  155. NASA's MAVEN Spacecraft Enters Mars Orbit After 10 Month Journey
  156. Manakamana Captures the Entire Country of Nepal in Just One Cable Car
  157. This Preview of Trent Reznor's Gone Girl Score Is Creepy and Amazing
  158. The Only iPhone 6 Unboxing Video You'll Actually Want to See
  159. Ring In the Autumn With Neil Young's Harvest
  160. Mountaineers Lit the Matterhorn to Celebrate 150 Years of Climbing
  161. Oculus Doesn't Know How To Build a VR Game Controller Yet
  162. Driving in Los Angeles somehow looks awesome in this time lapse
  163. Seeing cast iron skillets get made makes me want to cook
  164. How much a European city has changed in 100 years
  165. This Is the Best Movie for Food Porn
  166. The four more likely places to host alien life in the Solar System
  167. Amazing aerial drone view from the top of the Swiss Alps
  168. Fingertip Sensor Makes Robots Better (And Far Scarier)
  169. This must-watch PSA has left me speechless
  170. Amazon Beat Google to Buy the .Buy Domain Name for $4.5 Million
  171. Line, the semi-popular social messaging network, has 'done a Facebook' and spun its 3
  172. This 3-D Printed Smartphone Microscope Only Costs a Dollar
  173. Drone-Carrying Drone Carries Drone Carries Drone Carries Gum
  174. Why Apple Didn't Use Sapphire Screens In The New iPhones
  175. Why Military Tech (Sometimes) Doesn't Evolve
  176. Logitech Finally Made a Harmony Remote for Your Whole House
  177. This Solid-Gold PS4 Is The Perfect Gift For the 0.01%
  178. Your Amazon Account Can Be Hacked Via a Malicious Kindle Ebook
  179. NASA asteroid defense system is a failure, says audit
  180. The NFC Chip In Your New iPhone Is Only Good For Apple Pay — For Now
  181. I want to live in these cool visions of the far future by Alex Ries
  182. ESA announces comet landing site, shows spectacular photos
  183. Samsung NX1: A 4K Video Chomping, 28-Megapixel Camera In a Compact Body
  184. This song made with random YouTube music clips is simply amazing
  185. This coffee rubbed burger is the true breakfast of champions
  186. Publisher Accidentally Puts Porn Star on Math Textbook
  187. The Secret Formula For Guaranteed Internet Humor Gold
  188. Twenty Years After He Hit the Scene, Biggie Still Hypnotizes
  189. Here, Allegedly, Is the Windows 9 Notification Center In Action
  190. Publisher Accidentally Puts Porn Star on Math Textbook
  191. The Secret Formula For Guaranteed Internet Humor Gold
  192. Twenty Years After He Hit the Scene, Biggie Still Hypnotizes
  193. Here, Allegedly, Is the Windows 9 Notification Center In Action
  194. Publisher Accidentally Puts Porn Star on Math Textbook
  195. Willie Nelson tells a story using an awesome magic card trick
  196. This is the interior of a tarantula skin after the tarantula sheds it
  197. A beautiful visual diary of Asia in slow motion
  198. Making noises and sounds like a foley artist looks like a lot of fun
  199. Bloomberg: HTC Is Working on an Action Camera
  200. Old proverb: a headphone in the pocket is a rat's nest in the hand.
  201. HBO Is "Seriously Considering" Offering HBO Go Without Cable TV
  202. Physicists are Making Solid Light
  203. Here is the evidence that the Antonov An-124--the world's second heaviest operating c
  204. This Is What the Apple Watch Would Look Like If It Were Round
  205. This Is What a Watch Expert Thinks of the Apple Watch
  206. Isn't it just adorable how our little 5S just grew into his new case?
  207. This Universal Mount Will Let You Use Any Phone on Your Handlebars
  208. When I first saw this photo of a Mastiff armoured vehicle being loaded onto a C-17 Gl
  209. Here's Some Great 4K Space Porn to Test Your Expensive Display
  210. New Batmobile revealed? (spoiler: If it's real, it's pretty awesome)
  211. The Size of Dinosaurs Compared to Airplanes, Visualized
  212. Amazon Prime Instant Video is finally available for Android, baked into its core shop
  213. This is why King Arthur was able to pull the sword out of the stone
  214. Going to spend the rest of the day watching this mesmerizing GIF, thanks
  215. Home Depot Was Hit By the Same Hack as Target
  216. This Could (Maybe, Possibly) Be the iPhone 6
  217. How Long You Can Survive in Space Without a Suit
  218. How and why beans become farts
  219. Cookie Monster And John Oliver Should Be Everyone's TV News Reporters
  220. You Wouldn't Believe These Trick Golf Shots Without Slow-Mo Video Proof
  221. Report: iWatch Will Have Unique Apps And a Dedicated App Store (Update)
  222. This Robot Maximizes Your Chance of Finding Love on Tinder
  223. Watch the clouds run away from this volcano eruption
  224. California is such a stunningly gorgeous place
  225. The Surprising Reason Why Bike Lanes Could Be Good For Cars
  226. Beautiful video shows how Pixar uses a rainbow of colors in their movies
  227. These Shoes Are Made From a Single Piece of Plastic
  228. Chrome for Android's Been Overhauled With Material Design
  229. Google Will Refund $19 Million In Unauthorized In-App Purchases
  230. Monster Now Has Three Wireless Speakers to Pump Your Tunes
  231. How Big Would a Single Tree Need To Be to Support Human Life?
  232. Garmin's Vivosmart Is a Fitness Tracker With Smartwatch Tendencies
  233. An Asteroid Is Set to Skim By Earth This Sunday
  234. Dyson's First Robo-Vac Has Tank-Treads and a 360-Degree Camera
  235. The Samsung Gear S Gets a Smartwatch Keyboard You Might Actually Use
  236. Acer R13 and R14: Overhauled Convertibles That Look Oddly Familiar
  237. A group of space ophthalmologists inspect the eye of a brand new spacecraft which is
  238. This Is the First of a Slew of Cheap Windows Tablets
  239. There's a Dating Site For... Algorithms?
  240. A Vivid Reminder From Banksy That Technology Can Enslave Us All
  241. Every Country's Drinking Preferences, Mapped
  242. Reddit's New App Lets You Read AMAs On Your iPhone
  243. You Won't Be Able to Find a Book in This Beautiful New Library
  244. The Top Ten Reasons Why Apple Rejects Apps
  245. Just look at this majestic image of light and dark in our Universe.
  246. Whatsapp for Android Wear is finally out of beta, which means that you can now add Wh
  247. Why You Can't Stop Getting Online Ads For Stuff You Already Bought
  248. Top Engineer and Futurist: Tomorrow's Robots Might Mercy-Kill Mankind
  249. Here's Your Adorable First Look At Pixar's Upcoming Short
  250. Score a Highly-Rated Kitchen Scale for Just $12 Today