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With the help of the latest in 3D printing technology, Shapeways has redefined how a factory floor works.
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He ‘was moving his hands around, but there was no meaning’ (Man doing sign language at Mandela’s memorial service was a fake http://t.co/hk1lIcU3ZW via @IrishTimes Reading between the...
This one bedroom, one bath cabin in the hills above Malibu is nothing fancy: It was built in the 1940s, it's serviced by dirt roads, and it needs "major remodeling." In fact, you have to get all the way into the second paragraph of the listing to...
Everybody loves fun facts. But sometimes these little nuggets of trivia can be more fun than they are fact. And sometimes, they're outright lies. Like these! Read more...
Somebody bought WHAT on Amazon for $3 billion??? Post to Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1chu6lE Like BuzzFeedVideo on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/18yCF0b Post to Tw...
On April Fool's Day 2012, ThinkGeek featured the Technomancer Digital Wizard Hoodie among their fake products. Now they've introduced the real thing, a hooded jacket that lights up and makes spell sounds based on the movement of the wearer's arms.
In advance of The Muppets' Most Wanted, Muppets Studio has released the bite-sized webisode "Food Fight," in which the Swedish Chef pits his culinary skills against Gordon Ramsay in a reality show-inspired food truck competition.
The new boss of a restaurant that has sent five owners broke in three years wants an exorcist to check the property for evil spirits. - New Zealand Herald (This guy is getting his business exorcised! Is it sad or funny?
When you're hit with inspiration it's easy to just dive in and get to work. Other times, it takes a bit of effort to get yourself going.
Quadcopters are gradually becoming more affordable and thus more popular; we expect more kids will unwrap a prefab drone this holiday season than any year prior. [Samy's] got plans for the drone-filled future.
As one of MAKE’s 3D printing experts I’ve had the opportunity to use just about every printer in MAKE’s Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing. I have yet to see one with as much value as the Printrbot Simple.
Since Bluetooth was given an overhaul in 2010 with the 4.0 standard, it's surged in popularity, being used in everything from wireless speakers to smartwatches. Now, the connection is getting a shot in the arm—and it should help save your battery.
It's always 10:10 in watch ads, as this video shows. What the hell? Read more...
It's being widely circulated in Twitter and Facebook right now but this photo of some biblical wrath of God storm about to hit Denmark—purportedly to be an image of the cyclone Bodil that has been hammering Europe these days—is not real.
When I was a kid, I read a book called The Listmaker. It's about a young girl who uses lists to organize and make sense of her life.
For the past century, an obscure mathematical principle called Zipf's law has predicted the size of mega-cities all over the world. And nobody knows why. Read more...
Eight of the largest companies in tech have joined forces to battle the NSA's spying, demanding sweeping reforms of the US Government's surveillance policies. Read more...
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You probably think there are two ways to open a well-shaken bottle of soda: the tediously slow method, and the spill-it-all-over method. Turns out there's a third way, and it's awesome. You're definitely gonna want to try this.
It's the colors that get you when you're out in nature. If you live in a city, you're mostly dealing with drabs of gray speckled with Instagrams of exposed red bricks.
Aldi takes on Tesco with a budget Android tablet of its own!
In 1988, legendary science fiction author and scientist Isaac Asimov did a fascinating interview on PBS show Open Mind, where he wound up delivering the closest thing I've ever heard to a science sermon.
Jah-Wren Ryel writes "What do you get when you train a Markov chain on the King James Bible and a copy of Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs?
Re-Inventing The Wheel: The Gadget That Will Save Casual Cyclists Gizmodo Australia Meet the Copenhagen Wheel.
Today I found out about Project Pigeon andProject X-Ray, WWII plans to use pigeons to guide missiles and (literal) bat bombers. Read more...
Even though you might deny it, it won't change the fact that you live in a world created by marketers.