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Australian solar-powered ladybug might just save global agriculture.
We went to Scotland to see how real scotch is born.
This green monster was once the fastest car on Earth.
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Assassin's Creed Pirates, Sudoku, World of Tanks Blitz and heaps more!
How thumbsticks came to control the modern world.
Assassin's Creed: Pirates on iOS, Sudoku on the Amazon Appstore, and more.
The science of happiness, Uber chase incident.
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Prince Of Persia on Android, Nilihumbra on iOS, and more.
Google Now voice correction trick, Samsung's Gear VR.
Of all the episodes of Doctor Who ever to air, none have quite the same weight as “The Day of the Doctor”, better known as the show’s 50th anniversary special. As head writer, it fell on Steven Moffat to pen the episode which, as you can imagine, was a monumental task given everything it had to achieve, for fans and the franchise alike.
Those hoping for the debut of Mr Egypt or Intensive Karen may have gotten their wishes granted, with NBC calling it quits on sitcom Community after five seasons. Despite losing its way in earlier seasons, the latest block of 13 episodes were quality, mostly thanks to creator Dan Harmon coming back on board. Sadly, it wasn’t enough to right the ship.
There’s never been anything like Beats By Dre. The bulky rainbow headphones are a gaudy staple of planes, clubs and footpaths everywhere: as mammoth, beloved and expensive as their namesake. But Dr Dre didn’t just hatch the flashy lineup from his freight train chest: The venture began as an unlikely partnership between a record-industry powerhouse and a boutique audio company best known for making expensive HDMI cables.
Video: The formula is simple: take one or more already successful intellectual properties, shamelessly rip off some sick beats remix the soundtrack using an existing Kanye West joint, then just sit back and wait for the crapstorm of Kanye fanbois and haters to eviscerate one another’s musical tastes in the discussion section. Hairless cats and maniacal laughter optional.
Video: There’s a lot of great stuff out there on YouTube. And also lot of terrible, repetitive, utterly predictable crap that somehow gets billions of views and turns internet morons into viral celebrities. How the hell does that happen? Turns out, there’s a very specific recipe for YouTube success, and this is it.
Video: The Earth’s climate is changing and the evidence is clear — with the loss of the polar ice caps, earth is obviously going bald. But the debate rages on: does a bald earth need help, or can our planet’s chrome dome be downright sexy?
Old troves and the newly-discovered intrigue around them was sort of our theme today, what with the discovery of decades-old Atari game cartridges in a New Mexico landfill. It’s a theme that always gets me thinking of one of The Twilight Zone’s most influential episodes: “Time Enough at Last.”
Video: A short animated film about boobs. And sex. And happiness and life and the unbearable amounts of soul-crushing stress that all these wonderful things will cause you.