Tagged With best of 2011

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Mankind has stared up at the cosmos since forever. We now understand a little more about the great expanse beyond our planet, but that doesn't mean we're any less transfixed by the stars. Here are some of our best space posts from the past year.

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A lot of gadgets come across our desks, but we try to review only the ones that matter the absolute most — good, bad, or buggy. Here's a rundown of some of the best reviews we wrote this year.

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You've got questions, we've got answers. Or at least we've got the tools that are part of the answer. But ultimately, you're the one who needs to wield the tool in order to make it work. So when you try this at home, you're to blame for whatever happens.

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Look, we know the world is confusing, so we try to help you understand the science behind the craziness a little better. Whether it's how all your new iPhone features work, or the truly pressing questions like how exactly ScarJo's phone got hacked. We got you covered

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This is probably one of the most beloved features of Gizmodo: image cache. It's where we put the most beautiful, the most striking, the most most images and videos of the web. Here are the best of 2011.

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Giz AU readers are definitely never short of opinion; it's one of the things the Aussie editors love most about you guys. And from ridiculous Apple patents to the NBN to Aussie retailers selling refurbished gadgets at new — you definately shared your thoughts with us and other readers this year. Here are your most commented stories of 2011.

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We really hated hated hated these things. Like, almost as much as we hate Nazis. That's a lot of HATE. So we ranted about them. You should read these because... well, because these aggressions shall not stand, man.

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Man has been augmenting his culinary efforts with technology since the advent of the skewer (which, as we all know, immediately followed the advent of fire and burned fingertips). From the true story of Coke to whatever chicken nuggets are actually made from, these mouth-watering stories from 2011 will have you looking at your dinner in an entirely new light. 


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What do I love about Lego bricks? The limitless possibilities represented by an unassembled pile. Oh, and specifically when that possibility turns into raw, unadulterated, lumberjacking dragon-powered stop-motion hardcore metal awesomesauce.