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More haunting declassified scans of nuclear weapons test videos released

Tracking nuclear double-pulse phenomenon helps scientists determine explosive yield.

The busiest airport in the world has been shut down by a catastrophic power outage

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport suffered a catastrophic power outage on Sunday. The outage is believed to have been caused by a fire at an underground Georgia Power facility. Power is expected to be restored by midnight...Show More Summary

Disney has struck an industry-changing deal, and now 'everybody is talking to everybody' (DIS)

The Disney-21st Century Fox deal has been announced, and some media analysts expect a flurry of deals to follow. The first may be for independent Hollywood studios, as content clout suddenly becomes in high demand. Some experts see Viacom...Show More Summary

After decades in Silicon Valley as an entrepreneur and investor, Tim Ferriss found it was too 'closed-minded' and moved to Austin, Texas instead

Tim Ferriss is a bestselling author and star podcast host with a huge following in the tech industry. He recently moved from Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas. He was alarmed by what he determined to be an increasingly prevalent closed-mindedness...Show More Summary

BuzzFeed took a shot at Facebook and Google — but it needs them more than they need it

BuzzFeed went there, calling for Facebook and Google to better pay quality publishers. CEO Jonah Peretti is using recent controversies over fake news to dial up pressure on the duopoly. The big question is whether any media company,Show More Summary

A look at the weddings of Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and more high-profile people in successful relationships

• Many of the most successful people out there also have incredibly successful marriages. • While you can't read into a marriage from a wedding, it's fun to take a look back at the days that marked the begin of married life. • Some couples, like Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, took the low-key route. Show More Summary

Bitcoin's illiquidity is going to be a huge problem when the bubble bursts (BTC)

Bitcoin is becoming more and more illiquid as time goes by. As more people buy bitcoin, the network becomes increasingly congested, and transaction times get longer. Transaction fees are going higher, too. This will be a real problem...Show More Summary

Photosynthesis before oxygen may have kept the early Earth warm

Knowing how early life influenced the atmosphere may helps us find signs elsewhere.

The Christmas Car Tree puts your car in the holiday spirit

This Christmas tree for your car is sure to turn heads this holiday season. F ollowing is a transcript of the video. This Christmas tree goes on top of your car. This is a Christmas tree for your car. The Christmas Car Tree stands at two feet tall. Show More Summary

Ars Technica System Guide: December 2017

Don't look now: Our long-running System Guide building series has returned for 2017.

How Ex-Microsoft exec Bob Muglia triumphed over two humiliating demotions to become CEO of hot startup Snowflake (MSFT)

After a 23-year career at Microsoft and two-years at Juniper Networks, Bob Muglia has spent the last four years in his first CEO role, happily running a fast-growing cloud database startup called Snowflake. But Muglia will forever be known as a former key executive at Microsoft. Show More Summary

Billionaire Peter Thiel helped fund plans to build the world's first floating city — take a look at the designs

Nearly a decade ago, billionaire Peter Thiel cofounded a nonprofit called Seasteading Institute, and contributed seed funding toward what could become the world's first floating city. By 2020, the Institute aims to build a dozen floating...Show More Summary

A popular San Francisco coffee shop that raised $75 million could be the next Blue Bottle

Almost as soon as Nestlé spent $425 million to buy a majority stake in hip coffee chain Blue Bottle in September, the search for the next hot coffee brand was underway.  San Francisco has a contender in Philz Coffee, a family-run coffee chain known as a darling of the tech industry. Show More Summary

The 14 best new TV shows of 2017, ranked

A lot of new TV shows premiered in 2017, and plenty of them are worth your time. Women dominated new shows this year, with several impactful female-driven stories with women of all ages and backgrounds — from Hulu's Emmy-winning "The...Show More Summary

This water bike can ride on water up to 12 mph

Following is a transcript of the video. This bike lets you ride on water. The Manta5 is a hydrofoil water bike. It's powered by a 400-watt motor. You can pedal on a river, lake, or ocean. Here's how it works. The hydrofoils let you cut through the water with ease. Show More Summary

Vice Media has a clever plan for the end of net neutrality — it's building a renegade community-owned internet service

Vice's Motherboard is attempting to build its own community-based internet network in hopes of inspiring a nationwide grassroots movement. Motherboard will begin building their community-owned internet network sometime next year. Vice...Show More Summary

I traveled for weeks with an iPhone X as my only computer — here's what I loved, and what Apple needs to improve (AAPL)

I took my new iPhone X with me on a weeks-long vacation to Italy, forgoing a laptop or tablet. The phone's camera and the battery life made it an amazing travel buddy, and I never felt like I needed a "real" digital camera. But the experience wasn't perfect. Show More Summary

Tom Brady's personal trainer took me through the quarterback's intense workout — and it changed my life

A couple of months ago, I tried the intense diet and fitness regimens that 40-year-old NFL quarterback Tom Brady touts in his new book " The TB 12 Method." A combination of workouts focus on " pliability," or adding flexibility to muscles...Show More Summary

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