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Raspberry Pi 2 Loses It When You Blast It With A Camera Flash

One user of the newly available Raspberry Pi 2 computer has discovered a pretty weird flaw with the new hardware: If you shoot the cheapy computer with a camera flash, it shuts right the hell down.


The Dangerous Life Of Being An Ant In This Human World

Video: Being an ant is hard. Being an ant around humans is even harder. Being an ant around humans who are skating on a skateboard in a skateboard is pretty much impossible. This video uses CGI to imagine the struggle of an ant at the park and pretty much everything is either an obstacle or a giant monster trying to smash the ant to smithereens.


There's A Security Bug On 60% Of Android Phones -- And Google Won't Fix It

A security researcher has discovered a serious bug in the WebView component of Android 4.3 and below that could open up phones to malicious hackers. But Google is doing nothing about it.


The Worst Bugs In Android 5.0 Lollipop And How To Fix Them

Android 5.0 Lollipop is now upon us, and while you might be rejoicing at all the new features you can take advantage of, you might also be cursing at the state that the new OS has left your device in. We’ve rounded up the most common Lollipop issues so far, together with the fixes you can try to get your gadgets working smoothly again.


The Bugs On A Single NYC Median Can Eat 6kg Of Food Per Year 

Bugs and rats have lived for centuries in a deadlocked battle for the title of Worst Pest in NYC, but the scientists behind a new study may have just dealt bug fans a decisive victory by proving how urban insects are our friends — or, more specifically, our garbage.


The Worst Bugs In OS X Yosemite And How To Fix Them

There’s a lot to like about OS X Yosemite, Apple’s brand-new, super-powerful operating system of the future, but a quick glance around the software’s official support forums shows that not all users are having a trouble-free experience. If you’re struggling with strange bugs and quirks in Yosemite, then these are the fixes you can try.


Dropbox Deletes A Bunch Of User Files From The Cloud

Bad news for some people who only live on the cloud: Dropbox has confirmed that a bug in some older version of its desktop app has deleted user files from the cloud.


This Mantis Eating A Fly Alive Is So Damn Gross...I Can't Stop Looking

Video: [To the Rolling Stones' I Miss You] Look that mantis eat a fly/ You’ll never she her cry/ Lord I hate you. Mother Nature she’s the Ma’am/ She just doesn’t give a damn/ She will kill you.


Some Museums Have Flesh-Eating Beetles That Clean Off Skeletons

An animal skeleton is made up of hundreds of tiny bones, many of which are too fragile to be handled by human hands. That’s why many osteology departments at museums have a special team exclusively devoted to the careful cleaning of these specimens: a colony of millions of flesh-eating beetles.


Update OS X Now To Fix The Shellshock Vulnerability

Good news, Mac users. Apple just released an update for OS X that fixes a security flaw in the Bash UNIX shell. This is the part of the software that’s vulnerable to the Shellshock bug uncovered last week. And although the vulnerability only affects a small number of Mac users, a fix is certainly welcome.