This Guy's Archery Skills Are Borderline Superhuman

After watching this video, I can only assume that archer Lars Andersen is some kind of robot. I can’t say I’ve ever seen someone use a bow with such proficiency, accuracy or skill. In fact, Andersen is so good he’s better than Legolas from Lord of the Rings, something I’m sure will have Orlando Bloom in tears. Unconvinced? Just check out the video.


The 9 Worst Fake News Sites

A joke without a punchline is just a lie. And there sure are a lot of missing punchlines on the internet these days. You’ve probably seen these “fake news” websites floating around on social media recently. You might have even shared a story from one of them yourself! But don’t be ashamed. We all make mistakes. And hopefully this little guide will help you keep an eye out for the worst of the fakes.


Your Nexus 6's Lack Of Fingerprint Sensor Is Apple's Fault

The Nexus 6 is incredibly large and also amazingly good. But as your fingers slide around that monstrous screen, there’s one thing that’s missing: fingerprint recognition. And that, apparently, is Apple’s fault.


Beastie Boys' Fight For Your Rights is Even More Awkward Without Music

Mario Wienerroither is keeping himself busy these days and just sent us his new video. This time, he took the music off Fight For Your Rights (To Party), a classic song by the Beastie Boys, transforming the original insane party into an even more insane and awkward act of vandalism.


Google Handed Stacks Of WikiLeaks Email Straight To The FBI In 2012

WikiLeaks is demanding explanations after it has come to light that Google gave the FBI emails and digital data belonging to three WikiLeaks staff members when warrants were served in March 2012. It’s taken almost three years for Google to admit to WikiLeaks that it handed over the data to US authorities.


A 5m Elastic Band Powers This Sleek 3D-Printed RC Car

Elastic-powered toys don’t sound particularly exciting these days when you can get a buy a flying toy helicopter that fits in the palm of your hand. But three students at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena created this stunning RC car, made from 3D-printed plastic and carbon fibre, that’s propelled using a 5m long twisted elastic band.


The First Licensed US Bitcoin Exchange Will Open Today

The bitcoin service provider Coinbase is set to make history later today: it’s going to launch the first licensed US exchange for the currency, approved in 24 jurisdictions around the country.


NASA's Opportunity Has Now Explored The Martian Surface For 11 Years

Eleven years ago, NASA’s Opportunity rover touched down on Mars for what was supposed to be a 90-day mission. Since then, Opportunity has proven to be an engineering marvel by travelling almost 26 miles on the Martian surface, more than any other off-Earth surface vehicle.


Skull Tongs Are A Great DIY Zombie Weapon For The End Of Days

There are plenty of ways to kill a zombie, but everyone knows destroying the brain is the most important ingredient in the recipe for eliminating the undead.


An Artist Created A Stop-Motion Short Film Using 1139 Light Paintings

Light painting is the process of using light and long exposure photography to create almost electric-looking works of art. This bit of light trickery has been used by artists and hobbyists to create stunning visual works as well as recreating the proton streams from GhostBusters. But Darren Pearson, also known as Darius Twin, instead created “Lightspeed,” a stop-motion short film made up of 1139 separate light paintings.


MatchStick Hands-On: A Cheap Open Source Chromecast? Yes Please.

Chromecast has largely caught on as a way to easily use services like Netflix on your computer. MatchStick is an open source HDMI stick for everyone who wants to use there TV for more than just watching movies.


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