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  1. These breathtaking videos of starling murmurations defy belief
  2. Holy cow, I can't believe this dude snowboarded down this snow wall
  3. Ecuador's Mountains Sure Look Beautiful From Space
  4. Mt. Gox Is Filing for Bankruptcy Protection
  5. California Court Says It's OK to Read Maps on Phones While Driving
  6. Watch Conan Solve His Own Show's Technical Difficulties
  7. 40 Years of Cellphones in One Minute
  8. Your Phone's Wi-Fi Hotspot Could Act as an SOS Beacon in a Disaster
  9. Here Are Some of the Crazy New Recipes IBM's Watson Has Invented
  10. Google Wants Its Modular Ara Phone to Cost $50
  11. The Time Everywhere, Right Now, Beautifully Visualized
  12. WSJ: Obama Weighing Four Alternatives to NSA Phone Surveillance
  13. The Science of Why You Loved Flappy Bird So Much
  14. The Hijacked $50,000 @N Twitter Username Is Back In Its Owners Hands
  15. Visa is Experimenting With Biometric Payment Systems
  16. Is This the Geekiest Mural Ever?
  17. Inside the Special Effects That Made Gravity Look So Great
  18. Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox Disappears, Not Getting Help From Authorities
  19. These Mesmerizing GIFs Show the Shimmering Passage of Time
  20. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 801 is 2014's Must-Have Mobile Chipset
  21. Nokia XL Hands-On: A Lumia-Flavoured Android Phablet on a Budget
  22. Nokia X Hands-On: It's Android, But Not as You Know It
  23. Samsung Gear 2 Smartwatch Ditches Android, Keeps the Rest
  24. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Putin's Local Olympics Commercial
  25. Facebook Might Actually Be Good For Your Brain (If You're Dyslexic)
  26. Cool composite image of a fully armed F-35 doing a 360-degree roll
  27. New Zealand is a magical land with or without elves
  28. Rare photo of two F-16 landing simultaneously in perfect sync
  29. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: It's Called "Moon"
  30. Behind the scenes pictures of a NSFW Playboy photoshoot are so awkward
  31. How an Arm Wrestle Resolved a Major Airline Dispute
  32. Your Sperm Are Ticking, Mutating Time Bombs
  33. Pronouncing GIF Correctly Is a Serious Matter
  34. How Does Your Memory Work?
  35. The Amazing Antonov A-40: A Flying Tank
  36. Office Web Apps is now Office Online.
  37. Can You Actually Drink Too Much Water?
  38. Bloomberg: HTC Has Three New Wearables in the Works
  39. This 3D Printer Is Big Enough to Make Furniture
  40. Nokia's $30 Tag Could Mean You Never Lose Your Keys Again
  41. Why Donít Commercial Airplanes Have Parachutes for Passengers?
  42. Microsoft's Rebranded OneDrive Cloud Storage Is Now Here
  43. How to Predict the Odds of Anything
  44. U.S. Economic Activity, Split in Half and Mapped
  45. In the latest unsurprising privacy news, it appears that the NSA and the UK's GCHQ sp
  46. The Higgs Boson Particle Explained in 120 Seconds, By Peter Higgs
  47. A Co-Pilot Just Hijacked His Own Plane to Seek Asylum
  48. This Miniature Fishing Rod Catches and Kills Brain Cancer
  49. Watch Bill Nye Debate Climate Change With a Republican
  50. What's the Difference Between Brown and White Eggs?
  51. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Comparing RoboCop With its Inspiration
  52. Turn Your Mouse Into a Weird Noise Factory With This Theremin Webpage
  53. Google Glass Marriage Proposals Show Why Glass Makes Everything Awful
  54. How NASA's plan to capture an asteroid is crucial to human survival
  55. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Mandelbrot
  56. Is a perfectly symmetrical face actually the most beautiful?
  57. This guy basically destroys all laws of physics and gravity
  58. The hilarious differences between video games and real life
  59. Why Do We Get Headaches?
  60. Under Armour's Suits May Actually Be Slowing US Speedskaters Down
  61. You Can Download Every De La Soul Album for Free Today
  62. Google Wants to Give Us 10 Gigabit Fiber Within Three Years
  63. The Fascinating History of Eugenics
  64. Google has announced that, in collaboration with VMWare, it's starting to port Window
  65. Ten Technologies That Could Enslave Humanity
  66. The Most Common Relationship Advice, Visualized
  67. This Beautiful Patchwork US Celebrates Landsat 8's First Year in Space
  68. Toyota Is Recalling Millions of Prius Hybrids to Fix a Software Bug
  69. Does Stretching Before Exercise Actually Help?
  70. FAA Rule Bans Personal Electronics in the Cockpit
  71. Flappy Bird Creator: I Pulled the Game Because It Was Too Addictive
  72. The AP Deleted Fidel Castro Images Photoshopped to Remove a Hearing Aid
  73. Today Is the Day the Internet Fights Back to Protect Privacy
  74. Why Do We Cry?
  75. How Does the Human Body Create Electricity?
  76. You Could Download and Print This Titanium Bike Frame
  77. Why Do We Get Nervous?
  78. Report: NSA Phone Data Guides Drone Strikes Which Kill Innocents
  79. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Reggie Watts Teaches Science
  80. Even On His 180th Birthday, Mendeleev Is Still Predicting New Elements
  81. Are Olympic Athletes Listening to Performance-Enhancing Music?
  82. No GPS Signal? No Problem: This Little Chip Knows Where You Are
  83. This image showing every second of Jurassic Park looks like dino skin
  84. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Presenting
  85. Watch an enchanted forest comes to life in a dancing light show
  86. New awesome videos show how mesmerizing that morphing table is
  87. Big Companies Want You to Feel Like an Individual, But You're Not
  88. This Simple Disc of Metal Helped Change Science Forever
  89. This Stunning Picture of the Earth's Atmosphere Is Better Than Sci-Fi
  90. How Blood Works
  91. The World's Most Popular Running Routes, Visualized
  92. Why We Need to Take Terms and Conditions Way More Seriously
  93. Report: The NYPD Is Testing Google Glass
  94. Sony Is Selling Off Its Vaio PC Business
  95. You Can Now Download All of DARPA's Open Source Code From One Place
  96. The Places in the US With the Most Pleasant Weather, Mapped
  97. Why Is Glass Transparent?
  98. The FDA Has Finally Approved This Swallowable PillCam After Nine Years
  99. What Do You Think of the Sochi Olympic Logo?
  100. A 1932 Atlas of the Historical Geography of the US, Digitally Revamped
  101. Facebook's Made You a Sentimental Video to Celebrate Its 10th Birthday
  102. A Crash Course in Psychology
  103. This Beautiful Tintype Portrait of Hoffman Will Haunt Us Forever
  104. How Two Men Made Low-Res Fonts Look Good Forever
  105. The True Pain of Watching YouTube Tutorial Videos
  106. U2's new song Invisible--which featured in a Super Bowl ad--is free on iTunes until 2
  107. Listen to the Purring, Electromagnetic Weirdness of Mushrooms
  108. 20 Years Ago Today, Dookie Made Pop-Punk the Sound of the '90s
  109. This Map Shows How the Internet Travels Across the World's Oceans
  110. Oh Good, This Smartphone Scent Emitter Is Now Available Worldwide
  111. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Volans
  112. Looking at every synapse in the brain is breathtakingly beautiful
  113. How to crush a soda can without using any physical force
  114. Pranking people into thinking you're an Apple Store employee is funny
  115. Were Footballs Ever Really Made of Pigskin?
  116. This Is What a Ground-Penetrating Nuclear Bomb Impact Looks Like
  117. Why You Actually Use Online Pizza Delivery Trackers
  118. Apple Patent Reaffirms Rumors of Pressure-Sensitive Touchscreens
  119. The Evolution of the Meter
  120. How Architects Use Computational Design to Get You the Best Views
  121. This Beautiful Map of the Internet Is Insanely Detailed
  122. Facebook's New Cold Storage: 10,000 Blu-Ray Discs, 1 Petabyte of Data
  123. Can You Safely Catch a Bullet Fired By a Gun?
  124. The Subtle Art of Time and Space in Animation
  125. Mark One: The World's First Carbon Fiber 3D Printer
  126. The NSA Has Only Just Gotten a Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer
  127. Orbitz 'Labs' Tools Help You Figure Out When and How to Book Travel
  128. Now World Leaders Are Giving Speeches Via Hologram
  129. How the Colors Got Their Names
  130. Maybe It's Time You Broke Up With Some of Your Technology
  131. The rumor mill suggests that Microsoft is planning to rebrand its existing Word and E
  132. This Is What It's Like to Intentionally Crash a Ship
  133. This Is What It's Like to Intentionally Crash a Ship
  134. The Smack-a-Mac: How Early Adopters Busted Computer Stress
  135. How Well 100 Top Online Retail Sites Look After Your Password
  136. Five Scientific Steps to Pouring the Perfect Beer at Home
  137. The Future of PIN Could Involve Color and Shape Buttons
  138. This Week's Top Comedy Video: "Edited"
  139. Watch Soap Bubbles Get Demolished By Frigid Winter Cold
  140. Scary Science Shows Sooty Air Is Even More Poisonous Than We Thought
  141. Wikipedia's Adding Voice Recordings to Famous People's Biographies
  142. The Night Ziggy Stardust Rocketed Back to Mars
  143. Most Beautiful Items: January 17 - 24, 2014
  144. Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week
  145. Using A Centuries-Old Printmaking Technique To Immortalize A New Museum
  146. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Beam Me Up
  147. Fearless man plays with grizzly bears like you play with your dog
  148. A frozen Niagara Falls light show looks like a magical wonderland
  149. What if all the spam mail you got was actually hilariously true?
  150. This Is What Happened When Google Raced Top Gear in a Street View Car
  151. A Combination of Volcanic Smog and Sunglint Is Breathtaking
  152. iOS 7?s Reboot Bug Will Be Ironed Out... But Not Until iOS 7.1
  153. High-Level Independent Review: NSA Phone Spying Is Illegal, Should End
  154. The World's Biggest Tea Drinkers, Visualized
  155. The World's Biggest Tea Drinkers, Visualized
  156. Facebook Is the New Walmart
  157. Fantastic aerial photos of Botswana make me wish I was there right now
  158. Beats Music Is Now Available
  159. Outstanding images of animals inside the womb
  160. Scientists Discover Water in Stardust and It Suggests We're Not Alone
  161. This Firefighter Is Writing Google Glass Apps to Help Save Lives
  162. Even Fruit Fly Eyes Can Look Beautiful
  163. There's So Much Smog in Beijing You Have to Watch the Sunrise on Video
  164. Did Unicorns Ever Exist?
  165. Report: Lightroom for iPad Coming, With $100 Annual Cloud Subscription
  166. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Sustainable Kidnapping
  167. Scientists Observe Ball Lightning In Nature For The First Time Ever
  168. What's The One Thing You Keep Searching For But Can't Find Online?
  169. Wood-Backed Moto X Gets 3 New Finishes And a $75 Price Cut
  170. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Waiter
  171. Lightning struck Rio's Jesus Christ statue and broke off his fingers
  172. How ILM created Hong Kong with special effects just to destroy it
  173. Bird steals camera hidden in an egg and films entire penguin colony
  174. The World's Biggest Global Warming Offenders, Visualized
  175. Silent film of old San Francisco before its destruction gets full sound
  176. Is There Any Wearable Tech You Actually Want to Wear?
  177. Actually, You Don't Always Need to Be More Precise Than Everyone Else
  178. Scientists Use Gene Therapy to Stop Six People Going Blind
  179. Impressive video of a falcon hunting its prey is like a WW2 dogfight
  180. Stunning sunset in Manhattan
  181. 100 Famous Movie Quotes as Charts
  182. Blackphone Promises To Be a Cellphone to Beat the NSA
  183. Amazing 1956 Video Explains How Music Went From Concert Hall to Vinyl
  184. Samsung May Start Making High-End Windows Phone Handsets Again
  185. Rumor: Facebook Could Launch a Flipboard-Like Reader This Month
  186. What Happens When Water Freezes in a Box So Strong It Canít Expand?
  187. This fantastic alien planet is actually a star
  188. Sonyís Xperia T2 Ultra: 2014?s First Gigantaphone
  189. This Giant Pin Screen Will Render Your Face at the Winter Olympics
  190. From Dream to 3D Reality: The Fascinating Origins of Pixar
  191. Two Espressos Enhance Your Long-Term Memory
  192. Just four months after its introduction, Sprint is axing its 'One Up' early upgrade p
  193. How Computers Create Convincing Light and Shade in Graphics
  194. This Week's Top Comedy Video: Spielberg Missed The Mark With E.T.
  195. Microsoft's Having a Rough Day Thanks to the Syrian Electronic Army
  196. Do Regular People Actually Care About CES?
  197. This Electronic Sleep Apnea Cure Is Like Auto-Pilot for Breathing
  198. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Mom Is a Knife Thrower
  199. These pool tricks seem like they're breaking all of Earth's magnets
  200. Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo looks beautiful when it flies so bright
  201. Time traveling photographer adds herself into her childhood pictures
  202. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Mom Is a Knife Thrower
  203. These pool tricks seem like they're breaking all of Earth's magnets
  204. Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo looks beautiful when it flies so bright
  205. Time traveling photographer adds herself into her childhood pictures
  206. Google's Making It Easy for Strangers to Send You Email
  207. Why You Sleep at Night
  208. China's Smog Is So Bad That Hotels Now Give Guests Gas Masks
  209. Why Is the Solar System Flat?
  210. This Is the Worldís Fastest Thin-Film Organic Transistor
  211. Where the hell did they put the camera in this awesome ski jump video?
  212. SwiftKey Is Embedding Itself in Your Dash
  213. How Many Humans Would a T-Rex Need to Eat Every Day to Survive?
  214. Rumor: Leaked T-Mobile Ad Promises to Pay Families to Leave Rivals
  215. Robins Can Actually See Magnetic Fields (But Only in One Eye)
  216. Gigabyte's Squeezed Amazing Gaming Guts Into a 0.9-Inch Thick Laptop
  217. People That Say Taking Photos Distracts From Living Your Life Are Wrong
  218. How a Team Of Activists Leaked Stolen FBI Documents 43 Years Ago
  219. New bullet expands itself into four connected parts to kill better
  220. This Could Be the Biggest Amazon Package Ever
  221. How to Fossilize... Yourself
  222. Video of a crab trying to steal a camera is surprisingly funny
  223. This Is (Possibly) What 5,500-Year-Old Man Looked Like
  224. Ubuntu is going to add BitTorrent search capabilities directly into its Unity desktop
  225. A Bracelet to Keep You Safe From the Sun and Tell You What SPF to Use
  226. Gyaaaah! This DC-3 Is Flying WAY Too Low
  227. If You Used Yahoo This Week, You Might Have Malware
  228. Scientists Find a Marijuana-Blocking Compound Made by Your Brain
  229. At Least We're Not Alone: NSA Spies on Members of Congress, Too
  230. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Symmetry
  231. What all the fancy code in movie computer sequences actually mean
  232. That Time Mr Magoo Saved the Earth Using Incandescent Light Bulbs
  233. The Blizzard-Fighting Monster Machine We Deserve But Never Got
  234. This Is the Sticker That Should Really Be on Your New Computer
  235. Watch Mars Curiosity's clever wheels and suspension system in action
  236. DreamWorks Dreamtab: A $300 Android Tab for Kids Full of Cool Content
  237. Move Over, Virtual Reality: Is Mixed Reality the Future?
  238. This Is the Sticker That Should Really Be on Your New Computer
  239. Watch Mars Curiosity's clever wheels and suspension system in action
  240. DreamWorks Dreamtab: A $300 Android Tab for Kids Full of Cool Content
  241. The Science of Chocolate
  242. Is This LG's webOS TV?
  243. The US Postal Service Is Testing Mobile Point-of-Sale Technology
  244. Samsung's Shape M5 Speaker: A Smaller Sonos Clone
  245. 4.6 Million Snapchat User Names and Phone Numbers Leaked (Check Yours)
  246. The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: All the Way
  247. How to Order Fresh Food Online
  248. This clear purple sea creature is proof the ocean is where aliens hide
  249. This Is Londonís Floating Bike Road Dream
  250. How the 20/20 Vision Scale Works