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Map Shows the Spread of ISIS in the Past Few Years

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Islamic State or ISIS or ISIL have quickly rose to power in the regions of Iraq and Syria in the past few years. This map by Peter Ridilla tracks the groups’ spread across the region. The Islamic State is shown in red against the...Show More Summary

Netflix let a bunch of comedians each make their own episode of a TV show

Netflix has already announced over a dozen new and returning series for 2016, but that doesn't mean the schedule is set for the rest of the year. On Monday, the streaming service revealed another show that will debut in March called The Characters, and its premise is one of the strangest we've seen from the company so far. Show More Summary

T-Mobile will give you a smartphone if you join one of their pre-paid plans

It won't be the snazziest device in the world, but T-Mobile wants to give you a smartphone when you get on one of their pre-paid plans.

Eagles Are Being Trained to Take Down Drones

Dutch police have come up with a pretty crazy way of taking out drones: eagles. Law enforcement in the Netherlands is teaming up with a raptor training company to train the birds of prey to "intercept" quadcopters, the Verge reports, citing local media and a video report. Wired reports that...

Gmail has over 1 billion active users

Does it feel like virtually everyone you know has a Gmail address? You're not alone. While discussing its latest fiscal results, Alphabet has confirmed that there are now over 1 billion active Gmail users per month, or 100 million more than there were last May. Show More Summary

As Iowans Vote, a Look Back at Donald Trump and How We Got Here

The 2016 presidential race began in 2008, when Hillary Clinton lost her party's nomination to Barack Obama, a first-term senator from Illinois who was long on idealism but short on experience. Clinton couldn't make voters see things that way. Show More Summary

Google announces Q4 and FY 2015 earnings: $74.5 billion in revenue for the year, $21.3 billion for Q4

Google has released its earnings for Q4 of 2015 and the entirety of the year. The company showed strong growth in revenues compared to last year, with $21.3 billion in revenue for the quarter, with $74.5 billion for all of 2015. DueShow More Summary

Gear S2 follow up review

Samsung's round smartwatch aims to make a splash with an unique bezel and after a month with it, we're asking - is the Gear S2 the best smartwatch ever?

Latest Apple Campus 2 flyover gives up close look as exterior nears completion [Video]

Apple’s under construction Campus 2 building in Cupertino is rapidly taking shape as this latest flyover video from Duncan Sinfield shows. The video gets us as close to the site as we’ve seen yet with the video showing a ton of progress made on the main circular building that will house a large portion of the […]

Creator Hangouts talks Immersive Theater with Tassos Stevens

Our last Creator Hangout brought us face-to-face with Tassos Stevens, the founder, runner, and artistic director of Coney, a troupe that specializes in immersive theater. What does Coney consider immersive theater? Imagine a performance that takes place in the heart of your town or city, guided by prompts from a phone call. Show More Summary

Apple Campus 2 Taking Shape Rapidly as Completion Date Approaches

Apple's "spaceship" second campus is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2016, and with 10 months to go, construction is progressing rapidly on both the main ring-shaped building and several auxiliary buildings, including the underground...Show More Summary

How To Influence Primetime TV Viewers With YouTube

The consumer journey now has many touchpoints -- TV commercials are simply not strong enough to convert customers on their own. When consumers consciously engage with commercials, there's no better broadcast event to take a look at than the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

No Amount of Training Can Prepare Plastic Army Men For a Molten Copper Attack

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

There’s a reason they call it basic training. Because while the Army can teach new recruits how to march, hold a gun, and do push-ups, it unfortunately couldn’t give this battalion of green plastic army men the know-how to survive a surprise attack from molten copper. Read more...

Watch: New NASA Video Takes Viewers on Simulated Tour of Dwarf Planet Ceres

NASA and the select few people who are chosen to work as astronauts have become quite adept in recent years at leveraging the Internet and social media to share images and discoveries with the Earth-bound. Astronauts at the International...Show More Summary

America is angry about Europe's tax investigations

An eyeliner-clad official from the US treasury has traveled to Brussels to scream leave Google alone! at their European counterparts. International tax chief Robert Stack has accused the European Union of unfairly targeting American tech companies in its recent clampdown on tax avoidance. Show More Summary

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