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Samsung has announced a version of the Galaxy S smartwatch that comes dripping in Swarovski crystals
02-Sep-14   By: Jamie Condliffe

Samsung has announced a version of the Galaxy S smartwatch that comes dripping in Swarovski crystals. So now you really want one, right?

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Microsoft Just Accidentally Teased Windows 9
02-Sep-14   By: Jamie Condliffe

Microsoft Just Accidentally Teased Windows 9

We know that Windows 9 is on its way , but it could appear sooner than we expected. Microsoft China just mistakenly teased the new OS, announcing that it's "coming soon."

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No matter where Uber goes, trouble follows.
02-Sep-14   By: Pranav Dixit

No matter where Uber goes, trouble follows . A court in Frankfurt has now banned the service in Germany citing the lack of necessary legal permits. Der Spiegel reports that the ruling is a temporary injunction, meaning that the situation could change after a follow-up hearing. [Der Spiegel via BBC]

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100 Years of Movie References, Visualized
02-Sep-14   By: Jamie Condliffe

Ever wondered if Star Wars and Orgazmo were linked? Or whether E.T. and Dogma were connected? Well ponder no longer, because that's exactly what Culturegraphy does

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You Can Train Your Brain To Prefer Healthy Food, So Get To Work
02-Sep-14   By: Pranav Dixit

You Can Train Your Brain To Prefer Healthy Food, So Get To Work

You're not born loving French fries or hating broccoli. You're conditioned to it over years of stuffing your face with rich, fatty foods. The good news is that you can undo all those years of conditioning and go back to loving what you're meant to eat: healthy food.

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Fan Funding Lets You Directly Donate To Your Favorite YouTube Stars
02-Sep-14   By: Pranav Dixit

Fan Funding Lets You Directly Donate To Your Favorite YouTube Stars

Very, very few YouTube video creators make any real money off of those pre-roll ads, but that might soon change. Google has launched Fan Funding, a new way to tip your favorite YouTube stars directly from the video.

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Remember Android One?
02-Sep-14   By: Pranav Dixit

Remember Android One? It's Google's program to get manufacturers to develop high-quality, low-cost (less than $100) smartphones running stock versions of Android for developing countries. These devices, which will be regularly updated just like the Nexus line, now look like they're round the corner.

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Looks like Microsoft has removed the 2GB size limit for uploading files to OneDrive.
02-Sep-14   By: Pranav Dixit

Looks like Microsoft has removed the 2GB size limit for uploading files to OneDrive. You can now upload files of pretty much any size. "It's an old limit that we've been working to remove for a long time now," a Microsoft manager told The Next Web. Good for us. [The Next Web]

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NASA Is Making a Traffic Control System for Drones
02-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs

NASA Is Making a Traffic Control System for Drones

NASA is not down with drones flying around town all willy-nilly and potentially electrocuting North West. The space agency is developing an air traffic control network near Moffat Field, California for unmanned aircrafts at 400 to 500 feet meant to put regulations in place.

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Here's A Close-Up Look at Counterfeit Money
02-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs

Security researcher Brian Krebs gets sent some pretty weird stuff from fans. His latest in bizarre snail mail booty: A packet full of fake cash.

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You Won't Have a Long Face If You Watch BoJack Horseman
02-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs


BoJack Horseman, the latest Netflix original series, is a good show. Unlike Netflix breakouts like Orange is the New Black and House of Cards, it's not getting a ton of attention... but it deserves a wide viewership, or at least as wide a viewership a droll adult animated comedy can get. The cast is dynamite. Will Arnett plays the titular jaded, anthropomorphized steed, while Allison Brie, Aaron Paul, and perfect human Amy Sedaris all contribute stellar turns as Bojack's biographer, friend, and agent.

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Ferguson Police Are Wearing Body Cameras
01-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs

Ferguson Police Are Wearing Body Cameras

Police in Ferguson, Mo., started wearing body cameras this Saturday during the most recent protest following the killing of unarmed teenager Michael Brown Jr. by one of the city's police officers, Darren Wilson.

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You Can Pay $200,000 to Replace Your Blood With Antifreeze
01-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs

You Can Pay $200,000 to Replace Your Blood With Antifreeze

Death is unfathomable and terrifying. We try to stave it off with vitamins, checkups, and exercise, to diminish the awful permanence with beliefs in afterlives and miracles. For some people, that's not enough. There will be no accepting mortality for believers in cryonics, the process of preserving human bodies at low temperatures with hopes of one day reviving them.

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This is why not everything we call awesome is actually awesome
01-Sep-14   By: Omar Kardoudi on Sploid, shared by Kate Knibbs to Gizmodo

This is why not everything we call awesome is actually awesome

How many times did you use the word awesome today? Five, ten, fifteen times? We use the word awesome so often and, most of the time, so incorrectly that the term has lost its original sense— maybe forever. Comedian Jill Shargaa explains why in this hilarious TED talk.

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Apple Is Investigating the Celeb Nude Leaks
01-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs

Apple Is Investigating the Celeb Nude Leaks

Apple is investigating several iCloud account violations that may have resulted in hackers spreading leaked photos of naked female celebrities online.

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Mystery (Partially) Solved: Stonehenge Was a Complete Circle
01-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs

Mystery (Partially) Solved: Stonehenge Was a Complete Circle

One of the mysteries of Stonehenge has been solved because someone was too lazy to get a longer hose.

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Chemist uses liquid nitrogen instead of ice in ALS bucket challenge
01-Sep-14   By: Omar Kardoudi on Sploid, shared by Kate Knibbs to Gizmodo

Chemist uses liquid nitrogen instead of ice in ALS bucket challenge

Moe Qureshi—a chemist at the University of Toronto—gave his ALS bucket challenge a shocking twist when he decided to use liquid nitrogen instead of ice. I would be terrified just by the thought of pouring liquid over my head at -321°F (-196ºC), but Moe survived the challenge unscathed—thanks to science.

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How Decaf Coffee Is Made
01-Sep-14   By: Jamie Condliffe

If you've ever wondered how it's possible to make decaf coffee—which you can buy in whole-bean form—when the caffeine is inside the damn bean, then you're not alone. Fortunately, there is an answer, and it's in this video.

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The Russian Space Sex Lizards Are Dead
01-Sep-14   By: Kate Knibbs

The Russian Space Sex Lizards Are Dead

I hope you're sitting down on a piece of comfortable patio furniture this Labor Day, for I have tidings of great sorrow: the Russian space sex lizards have died.

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Read Richard Feynman's Best-Known Lectures For Free
01-Sep-14   By: Jamie Condliffe

Read Richard Feynman's Best-Known Lectures For Free

In 1964, Richard Feynman gave a series of seven, hour-long lectures at Cornell University that have gone down in history as a wonderfully accessible introduction to physics. Now, you can read them online for free.

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