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  1. You Can Now Buy the Super-Private Blackphone for $630
  2. Boston Is Getting Solar-Powered Smart Benches in Its Parks
  3. Researcher: Facebook Psychology Study Breached Ethical Guidelines
  4. How Chillies Can Be Used to Treat Pain
  5. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Infinite Jest
  6. The Aloof Blackjack Player Who Created Our Digital World
  7. Tennis: Origins
  8. What it Takes to Shoot Jaw-Dropping Photos Inside Giant Caves
  9. Terrible machine erases entire trees out of existence in seconds
  10. This liquid burger probably has more calories than a real burger
  11. The world's largest firework fills the sky with hundreds of explosions
  12. This pile of trash actually hides a stunning portrait
  13. This Is What Solar Panels Used to Look Like
  14. Could We Ever Power a Laptop By Recovering Energy From Typing?
  15. Why the Moon Looks Bigger on the Horizon
  16. Walmart is to sell the 16GB iPhone 5c for $30 and the 16GB iPhone 5s for $100, both w
  17. How to Choose a Public Toilet Using Math
  18. Roku's remote control app is now available for Windows Phones and tablets.
  19. This Might Be Adidas's First Google Fit-Specific Device
  20. Cellphones, Then and Now
  21. World Cup Security Team Accidentally Shares Its Awful Wi-Fi Password
  22. This Is What Space Debris Does to the Kevlar Skins of Spacecraft
  23. How Scientists Are Finding New Ways to Treat Pain
  24. WSJ: Google Is Going to Announce an Android TV Set-Top Box at I/O
  25. Soundhawk's Smart Listening System Aims to Make Hearing Aids Cool
  26. Where the Dollar Sign Comes From
  27. According to an FCC filing, Motorola's slick new Moto 360 smartwatch will support wir
  28. This might look like a routine scientific experiment, but you're actually looking at
  29. What Happened to the Flags on the Moon?
  30. The Brightest Star in the Sky as You've Never Seen It Before
  31. Chicago's New Lamp Posts Will Track Pollution and Count People
  32. Neutrality Begins at Home: How Mayors Could Help Save the Internet
  33. All these famous characters look more badass with cool beards on them
  34. This Week's Top Comedy Video: God's Crazy Monsters
  35. ISS Astronauts Make the Best Vines, Everyone Else Just Give Up
  36. Mayer Hawthorne: Maybe So, Maybe No
  37. Funny video shows movie characters taking selfies in movie scenes
  38. I can watch this machine spit out and bend metal tubes forever
  39. Nest Just Bought Security Camera Company Dropcam For $555 Million
  40. 15-year-old prodigy girl draws amazingly well and trains falcons too
  41. New Zealand Just Mistook Google's Project Loon for a Crashing Airplane
  42. Why People Look More Attractive When You’re Drinking
  43. Big Bang Discovery Researchers Backtrack on Original Claims
  44. Why Humans Can't Re-Grow Limbs (Yet)
  45. ?What Harley-Davidson's First Electric Motorcycle Means For America's Future
  46. IKEA Is Backtracking on Its Fansite Shutdown
  47. One of These 10 Designs WIll Become an Actual Moto 360 Watch Face
  48. New Lego Fusion Sets Let You Play Even When You Don't Have Bricks
  49. There's an Arnold Schwarzenegger Programming Language
  50. Google's adding the ability to make a Hangouts call directly to phone numbers that sh
  51. The Perfect Family Work Surface: Three Desks, One Shelving Unit
  52. Dying Sun-Like Stars Contain Molecules Vital For Making Water
  53. Fukushima's Giant Ice Wall Can't Get Cold Enough to Freeze
  54. Why You Should Never Diagnose Yourself Using WebMD
  55. The Science of Building the Perfect Pig
  56. What the Histogram on Your Camera Actually Tells You
  57. These Wireless Earbuds Charge While They're in Your Pocket
  58. How Staring at the Sun Can Make You Sneeze
  59. The Secret Android Patents That Microsoft Forces OEMs to License
  60. This Deadly Snake Is Even More Terrifying in Super Slow-Mo
  61. Is this Dracula's real tomb?
  62. That Time I OD'd on Pot Drugs and Watched Apocalypse Now Redux
  63. Future Islands: Fall From Grace
  64. Behind the Scenes of 2001: A Space Odyssey
  65. This is the new larger iPhone 6, claims reliable source
  66. This is the cockpit of the supersonic car that will reach 1000MPH
  67. Extremely rare image of two B-2 bombers refueling at the same time
  68. Insane slackliner crosses 660-meter gorge without safety, then jumps
  69. Peer Into the Cockpit of a 1,000 MPH Car
  70. What Your Email Signature Really Means
  71. Apple has announced that it's replacing European iPhone adapters sold between October
  72. The FBI Is Auctioning Off Its Seized Silk Road Bitcoins
  73. How Much Physical Activity Do You Really Need?
  74. Samsung's Smart Bike Uses Your Phone to Keep You Safe
  75. What Is Space, Exactly?
  76. Amazon Prime Music: One Million Songs, Free For Prime Subscribers
  77. The Most Influential People Ever, According to Wikipedia
  78. The NYPD's Biggest Gang Raid Was Informed By 1 Million Facebook Posts
  79. Why Stepping On LEGO Hurts So Much
  80. Should We Think of Hackers as the Internet's Immune System?
  81. The Devastating Effects of a Supervolcano Eruption
  82. You Can Vote for Man of the Match via Twitter at the World Cup
  83. This dramatic shot is enough to prove that the F/A-18 Hornet fighter/attack jet, whic
  84. Unlocking the Past: How a 19th Century Lock Pick Changed Security Forever
  85. Scientists: 100 million worlds may have complex alien life in our galaxy
  86. Bobby Womack and Shirley Brown: Ain't Nothin' Like The Lovin' We Got
  87. Orange Is the New Black Season 2: The Best Thing on TV This Month
  88. Almost Half The U.S. Subscribes To Netflix, Amazon Prime or Hulu Plus
  89. D-Day battle images merged with photos of tourists on the same spots
  90. First person video of a 34-foot-high jump on a motorbike
  91. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Amazon's Mystery Product, Revealed
  92. This Is Why You Don't Hide Under A Tree During A Lightning Storm
  93. Calvin & Hobbes' creator has been secretly drawing this comic strip!
  94. This was the last flight of the first female US Air Force fighter pilot
  95. Mystery solved: This is the monster that ate that great white shark
  96. This giant drop of water is actually a cake
  97. As of July 30th, Yahoo won't let you use Facebook or Google logins to sign into Flick
  98. Report: Cable Cos Funding Consumer Campaigns to Attack Net Neutrality
  99. This Is a Star Exploding 12.1 Billion Years Ago
  100. There are two types of people in this world: those that check the weather through a w
  101. This Is Britain's Ultra-Secret Middle East Spy Base
  102. No, this isn't the Eye of Sauron: it's an amazing image of the ringed star HR 4796A,
  103. How Boomerangs Work
  104. A Brief Cartoon History of Planet Earth
  105. Here's a List of Macs Compatible With OS X Yosemite
  106. Conan Shows How Google's New Cars Have No Driver—Or Mercy
  107. This Beautiful Bench Has a Real Sense of Balance
  108. Google Glass Could Let Soliders Shoot Around Corners
  109. Intel's New Broadwell Processor Could Make Your Next Ultrabook Silent
  110. Here's a fun little Google Maps easter egg: ask for directions from Snowdon to the Br
  111. The Five Dumbest Ways That People Defend NSA Spying
  112. The FDA Has a Flickr Gallery of Recalled Products That Could Kill You
  113. This close-up view of the Moon's dark south shows its pock-marked surface, captured b
  114. This Is Samsung's First Tizen Phone
  115. The World's Most Sensitive Thermometer Is Made From Light
  116. What Does the Rx on Prescription Drugs Mean?
  117. A Motion-Stabilized Cloverfield Is Awesomely Unwatchable
  118. Dear and the Headlights: I Just Do
  119. This Blade Runner Art Show Will Hold You Over Until the Sequel
  120. What the Synapses in Your Brain Actually Look Like
  121. This Is the End of After Midnight
  122. Spectacular image of a double rainbow looks like a magic portal
  123. This white guy got plastic surgery to look more like a Korean guy
  124. Secret underground vault contains all Lego sets in history
  125. ?New Bill Threatens to Stop FCC Treating Broadband as a Utility
  126. Watch LeVar Burton Explain How Double Rainbows Form
  127. Is This the Back of the iPhone 6?
  128. This Prosthetic Is Designed Especially For Rock Climbers
  129. This Inflatable Tent Makes the Car Part of the Canopy
  130. Verizon Claims Public Utility Status on Broadband For Government Perks
  131. Could You Get Drunk By Drinking a Drunk's Blood?
  132. How a Slave Had to Build the Freedom Statue in Washington DC
  133. What's Your Favorite Non-Amazon Place to Buy Books?
  134. How One Man’s Love of Urine Led to the Discovery of Phosphorus
  135. Amazon Admits It's Screwing With Hachette—and Will Until It Gets Its Way
  136. The FTC Wants to Save You From Data Brokers That Sell Your Secrets
  137. Samsung Smartwatch Patent Predicts Gesture Control on Your Wrist
  138. Reddit Study Reveals How to Ask For Favors Online — and Get Them
  139. Now, Transport Canada has given the green light for using electronics during takeoff
  140. A pair of research scientists prepare a vacuum chamber for testing at the European Sp
  141. When Someone Posts a Screenshot It's Impossible to Ignore a Low Battery
  142. This Satellite Image Looks Like a Cartoon Landscape
  143. HTC One Mini 2 Review: Premium Looks for Smaller Pockets
  144. Exactly How Do Macs and PCs Differ?
  145. Watch a Barn Get Turned to Toothpicks by 164lbs of Tannerite
  146. An Augmented Reality Made With Hand-Drawn Cartoons and an iPhone
  147. Hacker Turned FBI Informant Sabu Will Be Sentenced on Tuesday
  148. What Would Change If Politicians Wrote Laws Based on Internet Polls?
  149. The Most Awesomest Song About Dreamcatchers You'll Hear This Week
  150. Watch this guy jump over an entire island while kitesurfing
  151. Why the moon landings could have never EVER been faked
  152. Wow, this video makes India look like the most magical place on Earth
  153. The Perfect Desk Could Also Be a Regulation Ping-Pong Table
  154. U.S. Physics Panel Wants to Build Billion-Dollar, 800-Mile Neutrino Beam
  155. Report: Samsung's Working on its Own Oculus Rift Rival
  156. Microsoft has won the right to disclose the FBI's demand for information about Office
  157. Look At Apple's First 1980s Stab at the Smartwatch
  158. Try Your Hand at Quantum Computing With Google's Quantum Playground
  159. If you thought that Samsung's Music Hub media subscription effort was ill-conceived,
  160. Edward Snowden Threw Crypto Parties Before He Blew the Whistle on NSA
  161. Paul Smith's Take on the Anglepoise Is a Brilliant Riot of Color
  162. Look at Where Antarctica Is Losing Ice Faster Than Ever
  163. The Science of Losing Belly Fat
  164. French Lab Forced to Close After Losing Thousands of SARS Samples
  165. These Folding Chairs Are Beautifully Practical
  166. How Bell Labs Is Reinventing the Future All Over Again
  167. Sprint has been fined $7.5 million for violating your 'Do Not Call' requests.
  168. How a Rare Medical Condition Could Help Extend All of Our Lives
  169. You Can Buy These Original Cupertino Rainbow Apple Signs
  170. Smartphone Cameras Can Be Used as Quantum Random Number Generators
  171. This Discreet 3D-Printed Bike Rack Appears to Defy Physics
  172. Celebrate 40 Years of the Rubik's Cube By Playing Google's Doodle
  173. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Mark Zuckerberg vs. Pat Cassels
  174. Meet the Illustrator Who Drew Kids' Books, Anti-War Posters, and Erotica
  175. Just Like Stupid Humans, Fish Get Cocky When They Drink
  176. Outlook users, rejoice!
  177. How You'll Know When It's Time to Grow Up (NSFW)
  178. Video shows the World Trade Center Memorial being built over 10 years
  179. The X-Men try to save Don Draper in this funny ad
  180. Watch a drone fly over the Burj Khalifa and Dubai
  181. This Undulating Desk Top Has Specially Carved Crevices For Your Tech
  182. Samsung Has Convinced Heathrow Airport to Create Terminal Galaxy S5
  183. Peer Through the Window of a Soyuz Capsule Just Returned to Earth
  184. Google Has Most of Your Email, Even If You Don't Use Gmail
  185. Why Can’t You Receive Blood from Someone With a Different Blood Type?
  186. If You Love Sitting on Stairs, This Is the Sofa For You
  187. 20 Day Stranger Shares Your Life With A Random Human Being
  188. So Long, Open Web: Mozilla Accepts Closed Source DRM and We All Lose
  189. Why Your Armpits Smell So Bad
  190. Beware of Skimmers on Postal Service Stamp Kiosks
  191. The World's Heaviest-Drinking Nations, Ranked
  192. These Mice Are Lit Up With Quantum Dots
  193. The European Union Court of Justice has ruled that people can ask Google to delete se
  194. How Aluminum Cost More than Gold
  195. Ka-boom.
  196. Virgin Galactic Might Not Technically Get You Into Space
  197. This Is Possibly, Probably the Moto E
  198. Japan’s Secret WWII Weapon: Exploding Balloons
  199. An Elegant Angular Take on an Old Stick Chair
  200. Black+Decker's AutoSense Drill Stops Itself When a Screw Is Flush
  201. This Week's Top Comedy Video: The Stuff
  202. In Defense of GIFs in Science Writing
  203. Geeking Out on the 20th Anniversary of Weezer's The Blue Album
  204. China's Batty Proposal For an Under-Sea Train to the United States
  205. The power and perfection of a crocodile in one slow-motion jump
  206. This new Simpsons couch gag is most people's life in 40 seconds
  207. Blending movie scenes with real life
  208. More than half of the US population lives in this thin border line
  209. What Could Google's Mystery "Flounder" Device Be?
  210. This Self-Healing Plastic Oozes Goo That Clots Like Blood
  211. You Could Own This Joystick That Landed Astronauts on the Moon
  212. One Day You Might Park Up in a Beautiful Solar Charging Carport
  213. This Extending Table Puts Its Workings on Full Display
  214. Netflix has announced that it'll begin streaming Breaking Bad in 4K and Dolby 5.1 fro
  215. Experimental Color-Changing Fabric Could Turn You Into a Chameleon
  216. Why the Military Should Share Its Information
  217. A Street View Mash-Up Shows Your Neighbourhood After Sea Levels Rise
  218. Your Cup of Coffee Sits on Both Sides of This Möbius Table
  219. Could Jack White's Ultra LP Make Vinyl Innovative Again?
  220. California Wants to Send Water Uphill Through Its State Aqueduct
  221. Wallpaper That Looks Like a Swedish Sunset
  222. 7 Simple, Cheap Photography Hacks You Should Try Out
  223. Why Fingernails Down a Chalkboard Makes You Cringe
  224. AT&T's New Fiber Could Stymie U.S. Disaster Response Communications
  225. New York City's Metropolitan Transit Authority has signed a deal that means passenger
  226. Saturn's Rings as a Cosmic Rainbow
  227. DNA Sequences Can Trace Your Ancestors to Within 30 Miles
  228. Why Toenails Turn Yellow
  229. What is this secret code hidden in so many films and TV shows?
  230. Earthling worms can be as disgusting as alien face huggers
  231. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Every YouTube Video Ever
  232. Extremely dangerous lava surf photography is completely worth the risk
  233. Passenger films one of his airplane's engines on fire
  234. Solar jet fuel has been created for the first time
  235. Further Proof that Kanye Makes Everything Better (or Maybe Worse)
  236. This one-cent stamp is 'The Mona Lisa of stamps' and worth $20 million
  237. Would You Buy the XKCD Smartphone?
  238. This Hubless Bicycle Folds to the Size of an Umbrella
  239. Who Invented the Elevator?
  240. Report: Yep, Under Armour's Suits Did Slow U.S. Speedskaters Down
  241. The Wikipedia-Powered Teddy Could Go Really Wrong
  242. Amazon has expanded its same-day delivery service to Francisco, Dallas, and Los Angel
  243. Snapchat Now Does Video Chat and IM
  244. Coding Sucks: Why a Job in Programming Is Absolute Hell
  245. PS4 Update: Enhanced Video Editing, Advance Downloads of Games, More
  246. This Japanese House Is Entirely Clad in Aluminum
  247. DreamWorks: Films of the Future Will Be Paid For By the Inch
  248. When It Comes to Technology, It's Best to Bow Out Gracefully
  249. Science’s Dirty Secret: All You Need to Know About Fecal Transplants
  250. Harper Lee has finally okayed a digital version of To Kill a Mockingbird.