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We Know When The Next James Bond Is Coming Out, But Literally Nothing Else About It

Today, Eon Productions and MGM sent out a four-sentence press release announcing that the next James Bond movie will hit UK theatres on November 8th, 2019. That's it. There was literally nothing else. That's weird... but it's also telling. More »      

Google’s Pixel 2 might be the fastest smartphone released this year

Every year, flagship phones get faster. That's not a surprise any more, and devices like the Galaxy S8 and the OnePlus 5 pack mobile chips built on 10nm tech, a first for smartphones. Every high-end handset this year will have similar...Show More Summary

This Method of Gluing onto Curves Sucks!

Sometimes the right tool for a job can be unusual, and this sucked only in the sense that vacuum sealing was involved. Recently [Martin Raynsford] found himself in a situation of needing to glue a wood veneer onto a curved surface, but...Show More Summary

Ben Affleck Says He Loves Playing Batman But Doesn't Get Around To Denying The Rumours He's Leaving

During Warner Brother's presentation of its upcoming DC superhero movies, Ben Affleck addressed the new rumours that he'll soon by leaving the DC Expanded Universe. To say that his answer was vague is being generous. More »      

Deals: A Sony A7 Full-Frame Camera For $1359

Need a new, good camera? Sony's A7 is a good camera, and it's cheap today at JB Hi-Fi. More »      

Drag Strip mode dips Mustang GT into sub-4-second 0-60 mph bracket

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Modern muscle cars are smarter, better handling beasts than their basic predecessors, but that doesn't mean they've forgotten their roots. The current Mustang introduced electronic line lock to drag racers, but that's no longer the only...Show More Summary

Sonos PLAYBASE: Australian Review

Sonos's latest speaker is built not to go around your TV, nor in front of it. It's built to go underneath, and to blend in with your existing furniture more than any Sonos speaker before it. It's only built for a certain kind of TV, but that doesn't mean you're not going to want to try it out anyway. More »      

Scared of driverless cars? Here’s a crewless automated container ship

Putting a computer completely in charge of any type of vehicle is a concept that still doesn't sit well with a lot of people. That's totally understandable, especially with so many questions of reliability and safety still unanswered,...Show More Summary

Highly Polished Elemental Spheres

These Highly Polished Elemental Spheres are just fun. We love simple shiny objects that we can pick up and interact with. There’s just something pleasing about objects like this. They are 99%+ pure elemental spheres with a high-polish finish that come in copper or titanium. [...]

Sweden Leaks The Personal Information Of Millions Of Its Own Citizens

There are security screw-ups and there are legendary security screw-ups. This one clearly falls into the latter category. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven confirmed at a press conference today that his administration potentially exposed the personal information of millions of Sweden's citizens. More »      

This massive fish species was somehow only just discovered

Researchers regularly remind us that the world's oceans are still hiding some truly remarkable secrets, but when we imagine new species of ocean life it's usually tucked away in the crushing depths, or so tiny that we somehow didn't notice it up until now. Show More Summary

Iron Fist Is Getting A New Showrunner And That's Probably For The Best

Of the many villains that Danny Rand faced in Netflix's Iron Fist, a case could be made that there was none greater than Scott Buck, the series' showrunner, who gave the series an unlikable Danny Rand, too many boring Rand Corporation board meetings, and a dearth of fight scenes that actually looked cool. Show More Summary

What Experts Say About El Nino And The Paris Agreement

Australian-led research has found that even if global warming is kept to only 1.5?, extreme El Nino events are likely to become twice as common. Under the Paris Agreement, the international community is aiming to limit warming to 2?, and the researchers warn of the impact that future generations will have to face. But what do the experts have to say? More »      

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