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Why Hillary Clinton's Homebrew Email Is a Political Nightmare

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You've probably heard: Hillary Clinton used a private, personal email address for all of her official business as Secretary of State. She didn't even have a State Department email address. As a result, her email was far from secure — and that is a big problem, but it's not the only one. Read more...

Take a Terrifying Test Drive of This New 95 mph Mega Rollercoaster

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

An amusement park called Carowinds in Charlotte, North Carolina, is putting the finishing touches on its new mega coaster called the Fury 325. The first hill sends riders plummeting down an 81-degree drop at 95 miles per hour and before the ride is officially open, you can now take a test drive from the comfort of your browser. Read more...

Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Congratulations! We all just survived another seven complete revolutions aboard Mothership Earth. Time to celebrate with new apps. This week we got stuff that's going to make eating food better, Tweeting better, making music better, and chatting securely better. Let's find out how. Read more...

Score Some $34 Bluetooth Earbuds, Stop Overpaying Your ISP, More Deals

Highly-rated Bluetooth headphones for $34? We live in a wonderful world. Read more...

Now on Sale at Walmart: An 11-Year-Old External Hard Drive

Say hello to the Seagate 160 GB external hard drive. It runs on USB 2.0, is nearly a foot long, and weighs a sturdy five pounds. So hurry on down to Walmart to scoop one up for your very own—on sale! Oh, and by the way, it came out in 2004. Read more...

Comcast Customers Are Getting Screwed on HBO Go Again

HBO Go is finally available for Playstation 4 users, huzzah! Unless you have Comcast. Then you're shit out of luck, because the cable giant isn't supporting it. Read more...

The High Tech Farms Where Our Future Food Will Grow in Nothing But Air

If our planet is going to support an extra four billion people by the end of the century, we'll need to find some creative new ways to feed ourselves. One option would be to turn buildings into farms and grow our crops in the air. Another: To install networked food computers in everybody's home. I'm not even kidding. Read more...

The BTTF clock tower scene perfectly recreated with Lego

If you needed any further proof that everything is better with Lego, the folks at Macro Lego Universe recreated the iconic clock tower scene from the end of the original Back to the Future movie. Given how successful The Lego Movie was, it's probably not a bad idea for Hollywood to just recreate every movie we've ever loved with Lego. Show More Summary

12 Essential Android Widgets for a More Functional Home Screen

One of the most obvious ways in which Android differs from iOS is the way you can customize your home screens with panels and widgets. We've picked out some of our favorite ones for adding features and functionality to your device—use them as quick shortcuts for key tools without having to open up the full apps themselves. Read more...

Deadspin Little Russian Hockey Kids Brawl During Team Handshake | Gawker My Year Ripping Off the Web

Deadspin Little Russian Hockey Kids Brawl During Team Handshake | Gawker My Year Ripping Off the Web with the Daily Mail Online | io9 You Can Play This Music For Your Cat (And Your Cat May Actually Like It) | Lifehacker Carefully Decide Where to Get a Tattoo with This Pain Chart | Read more...

CSI: Cyber Is an Incoherent Techno-Paranoid Diaper (In a Good Way)

CSI: Cyber is not a good television show. It is hackneyed and paranoid. But come on. You already knew that. This is the kind of show that uses unironic Hackers-style web 1.0 pixelated graphics to represent the digital world. Here's something else you should know: It's kind of like a diaper. Show More Summary

This Discounted Flash Drive Connects Wirelessly to iOS and Android

Need an easier way to move files between your phones, tablets, and computers? This 32GB flash drive doubles as a tiny wireless NAS, allowing iOS and Android devices to transfer files back and forth without ever plugging anything in. Read more...

Do You Love Your Pup Enough to Buy It a $30,000 Doghouse?

What is billed as the world's largest dog show, Crufts 2015, is getting under way in England today. And to commemorate the occasion, Samsung tasked its designers and engineers with creating the world's most advanced and fully featured dog house. Does it matter that it would cost $30,000 to build? Most dog owners would happily spend that on their pup. Read more...

Apple Delays the Mega iPad, and Everything Else You Missed Yesterday

Giant iPads! Engine destroying lasers! Cars controlled by your smartwatch! It isn't science fiction, it's reality! This is the news you may have missed in the last 24 hours (or so). Read more...

This is how fighter jet pilots pass snacks in the cockpit while flying

No one, not even these fighter pilots, can't resist a chocolate bar when the munchies strike. This video shows how the pilot in the front passes a Snickers bar to his colleague just by opening his hand and letting it float to the back of the cockpit dragged by the acceleration forces. So cool. Read more...

A New Injectable Enzyme Can Halt the Bleeding of Wounds

In serious emergencies, blood loss can be a rapid and unstoppable cause of death. Now, a team of researchers has developed an injectable enzyme that can stop wounds from bleeding. Could this be bye bye, Band-Aid? Read more...

How Much Is Your Arm Worth? Depends On Where You Work

Each state determines its own workers' compensation benefits, which means workers in neighboring states can end up with dramatically different compensation for identical injuries. Read more...

This Smart Countertop Grill Has All the Chef Skills You Don't

When the microwave was first introduced it seemed like it would be the perfect all-in-one kitchen appliance that made cooking as easy as setting a timer. But rubbery meats, scalding hot beverages, and soggy pizza slices proved otherwise. Show More Summary

New Error Correction Takes Us a Step Closer to Quantum Computing

Quantum computing could make complex calculations trivial in the future, but right now it's fraught with problems. Consider one of them solved, though, in the shape of a new quantum error correction technique. Read more...

This Cyborg Cockroach's Nervous System Is Hardwired for Remote Control

Cockroaches have often been selected for remote control cyborg treatment, but they're typically given instructions by electrically stimulating their antennae. This little, critter, though has the electrics on his back hardwired into his nervous system, allowing for human remote control of his motor functions. Read more...

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