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Here's everything you should watch on Netflix over the long weekend
This week's Apple rumors, ranked from dumbest to most plausible
Our Absurd Creature of the Week is a 100-foot sea critter that deploys a net of death
In a long-distance relationship? A clever gadget lets you send your loved one a butterfly kiss
How much does it cost to make all the ice for the Ice Bucket Challenge?
How movies synchronize the brains of an audience
America's CTO steps down - but he's not done rebooting the government
Stunning photos of Sri Lanka's iconic stilt fisherman after the tsunami
A pink armadillo vs. a fish that poops sand... plus a huge snake! Absurd Creature of the Week Tournament:
Every time you buy something, this app invests a few cents on Wall Street
What India can teach Silicon Valley about its gender problem
One day I want to be like @sdadich & do a story that has me leaving my iPhone in Paris to throw the NSA off my trail…
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Volvo's new SUV will be super safe because it's semi-autonomous
Bitcoin’s Earliest Adopter Is Cryonically Freezing His Body To See The Future… <-My extropian obit for Hal Finney, RIP
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Bitcoin's earliest adopter Hal Finney died today, but is cryonically freezing his body so he can see the future
How do they pull off the vertigo effect in movies?
The creators of a new Fed-proof Bitcoin marketplace swear it's not for drugs
Doug Aitken might be best known for his immersive multimedia installations (like this one, Altered Earth), but one of his most recent projects is as old-school as it gets: A book. Aitkin’s newly released monograph, 100 Yrs, looks back at his work through a series of visual essays curated and organiz
Will Apple kill off the credit card like it did the compact disk?
Google reveals 'Project Wing,' its two-year effort to build delivery drones
The iPhone 6 will include NFC mobile payments, according to our sources
This handcrafted, $7,500 yurt is way cooler than your house
Daniel Agdag works with a limited arsenal of tools: a surgical scalpel, some cardboard, and lots of glue. But from that humble toolkit, he makes sculptures that are awesomely complex. For the past 10 years, the Melbourne, Australia artist has been building intricate cardboard sculptures in the form
Robots, french drug rings and "Girls": This week's best trailers