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Someone turned a laser-etched tortilla into a playable record

Ten years ago, you might have burned some songs onto a CD for a friend. But one YouTube user recently took a more literal approach to burning music. YouTube user Raptor Records used a laser cutter to burn "Jarabe Tapatio" — better known...Show More Summary

26-year-old YouTube star Shane Dawson just came out as bisexual in a video

YouTube star Shane Dawson came out as bisexual in an emotional video posted on his YouTube channel on Tuesday.  The 15-minute video has already been viewed over 1.6 million times, E! Online reports.  "I can't honestly say I'm gay. I can't honestly say I'm straight," Dawson explains in the video. Show More Summary

YouTube star PewDiePie on making $7.4 million last year: 'The whole world cares more about money than I do'

After reports of his annual income made headlines earlier this week, YouTube's top viewed creator,  Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg, is speaking out about the reported $7.4 million he made last year.  On Tuesday, Kjellberg shared a video entitled "Lets Talk About Money," on his YouTube channel, The Verge reported. Show More Summary

YouTube star PewDiePie responds to the 'haters' upset he earned $7.4 million last year from playing video games (GOOG)

YouTube star Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg has released a video (watch it below) in response to the uproar an article on Fusion caused, which claimed he earned $7.4 million from his YouTube channel last year. The PewDiePie channel, inShow More Summary

The US versus Japan robot fight that's going viral this week is really a ploy to create a totally new kind of sport

Forget football or basketball, the sport of the future could be a league of giant fighting robot teams. At least that is the hope of Gui Cavalcanti, the founder of MegaBots, a company that makes jumbo-size robots. Earlier this week,Show More Summary

The zoom on this camera is so powerful you can see details on the surface of the moon

We have some pretty sophisticated cameras nowadays, but you haven't seen anything like this. Nikon just released its COOLPIX P900 camera with a zoom so powerful you can see craters on the moon's surface in this incredible test video of the camera that Lothar Lenz uploaded to YouTube. Show More Summary

Brand new images may have just leaked of Samsung's next big-screen phone

New 3D renderings of the purported Galaxy Note 5 were leaked on Monday by @onleaks, who has a solid track record when it comes to leaking accurate rumors. The Galaxy Note is Samsung's flagship "phablet" phone boasting a huge screen.Show More Summary

Forget Siri, DARPA wants to build a personal assistant that can read your mind

It's the age of the smart device. From Apple's Siri to the Amazon Echo, helpful personal assistants are being built into the world around us. While we are still waiting for Siri to get a little better, the Defense Advanced Research Projects...Show More Summary

The 12 best Easter eggs in 'Batman: Arkham Knight'

"Batman: Arkham Knight," like every game in the "Arkham" series, is packed to the gills with Easter eggs and sly references to other characters and events in Batman's world. They're probably one of the best aspects of the series. However, where "Arkham Knight" differs from the rest is in the substance of all these nods and references. Show More Summary

Watch out for this incredibly easy way that rental cars can intercept your smartphone data

It's good to remain wary of where your mobile data goes — especially when you're connecting your phone to third party devices. A perfect example of this is the somewhat alarming security issue found in something as common as a rental car. Show More Summary

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner describes 3 qualities that make a great leader

Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. Weiner's leadership style has earned him the trust of founder and chairman Reid Hoffman, his team, and LinkedIn investors. Show More Summary

YouTube's head engineer reveals his 'wildest dreams' for the site (GOOG)

Every minute, people around the world upload more than 300 hours of video to YouTube. Every minute. The site has billions of videos — a wide range of content that includes surprised kittens, pop song parodies, and slam poetry, but also longer shows about cooking, video games, and crash courses in subjects you didn't learn in school. Show More Summary

A sea turtle strapped with a GoPro just gave us a gorgeous underwater view of Australia's Great Barrier Reef

A bird's-eye view is so 2014. If you want to see what's happening under the sea, you need to consult with a turtle. Which is what the World Wildlife Fund did in their new video of the Great Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world's largest system of coral reefs. Show More Summary

The violence in 'Arkham Knight' isn't very graphic, but it almost ruins Batman

"Batman: Arkham Knight" has a bit of a violence problem. That's not to say it's a terribly violent game — it's pretty much on par with the other "Arkham" games, where the most grisly thing you'll see is bloodless-yet-bone-crunching mixed martial arts. Show More Summary

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner explains his No. 1 management principle

Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. Weiner's leadership style has earned him the trust of founder and chairman Reid Hoffman, his team, and LinkedIn investors. Show More Summary

The top 10 most viewed YouTube coming-out videos of all time will bring you to tears

Coming out as gay can feel like an isolating experience — but YouTube users are proving it doesn't have to be. The YouTube coming-out video has become its own mini-genre in the past few years. Actress Ellen Page,  Olympian Tom Daley,...Show More Summary

Here's why that leaked video of Nintendo's next video game system is totally fake

People really, really like to create fake video game leaks. It's bizarre, but it's the truth – there are apparently lots of folks out there with lots of extra time to try and fool the millions of rabid game fans worldwide. Imagine our surprise when the video above popped up overnight, purporting to be a "leak" of Nintendo's next game console. Show More Summary

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