FBI Informant Sabu Linked To International Cyberattacks

Remember Sabu, the Anonymous hacker turned FBI informant? According to the New York Times, he’s been linked to a series of international cyberattacks — and the suggestion is that they may have been ordered by the Bureau.


With A Kevlar-Lined Shirt, You're Not Completely Screwed In A Crash

We see a lot of motorcyclists riding around in regular street clothes, nothing but hopes and dreams protecting them from nasty road rash should things get tumbly. Well, maybe not all of them — hopefully, some will be wearing Crave’s kevlar-lined Axe shirt, which looks like a normal work shirt but probably won’t shred like toilet paper in an asphalt encounter.


Andy Warhol's Lost Amiga Computer Art Rediscovered 30 Years On

The Andy Warhol Museum has recovered a series of artworks created by the famed pop artist in the mid-1980s using a Commodore Amiga home computer. Newly retrieved from old floppy disks, they’re now available for all to see.



How To Keep Milk From Spoiling Without Refrigeration

For centuries, before refrigeration, an old Russian practice was to drop a frog into a bucket of milk to keep the milk from spoiling. In modern times, many believed that this was nothing more than an old wives’ tale. But researchers at Moscow State University, led by organic chemist Dr. Albert Lebedev, have shown that there could be some benefit to doing this, though of course in the end you’ll be drinking milk that a frog was in.


Dear Facebook, Please Stop Trying To Be Twitter

Today, Facebook introduced its brand new, real-time gift to newshounds everywhere. Feast your eyes on FB Newswire, an aggregated feed of only the latest and greatest breaking news stories out there. In other words, Facebook just made its own Twitter — and then gave it a lobotomy.


Looks Like Honeywell Is Cooking Up Its Own Nest Thermostat Clone

What’s this we have here? We just got a tip from a reader that this is Honeywell’s answer to Nest.


Gibson's New Audio Cable Automatically Records Everything You Play

Ensuring that no spontaneous but memorable riff ever gets forgotten, Gibson has teamed up with Tascam to create the next-generation of audio cables that actually records everything being played on an instrument, for up to eight solid hours on a single AA battery. It’s like a dashcam for catching musical accidents you definitely want to remember.


Facebook Is Getting Into The News Business With Its Own Newswire

People are constantly posting photos, videos and accounts of what’s going on around them on Facebook. Sometimes, it’s more than just a birthday party people are posting about, and the information is actually newsworthy. Facebook just launched FB Newswire to help journalists and regular people alike find the good stuff.


The Top Five Types Of People We All Unfriend On Facebook

Ever wondered who’s most likely to get the chop on Facebook? Wonder no longer, because researchers from the University of Colorado Denver have been looking into the most common unfriendings on the social network.