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Nuclear Waste Travels With One Heck Of An Entourage Do you compost? Rinse and separate your recycling? Yeah, getting rid of garbage is a pain. Unless your garbage is nuclear waste. Getting rid of that is apparently a production of epic proportions. Read more… Source: Gizmodo Link: Nuclear Waste Travels With One Heck Of An […]

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Apple's New 'TV Guide for Streaming' Won't Include Netflix: Report

Apple's New 'TV Guide for Streaming' Won't Include Netflix: Report 50 percent of American households now subscribe to some sort of video-on-demand, but finding out what’s available through multiple services remains a giant pain in the ass. Fortunately, a long-rumored Apple TV update aims to solve this by creating a centralized guide between apps. Unfortunately, it […]

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How the Vulgarity of South Park Changed Television

How the Vulgarity of South Park Changed Television South Park is unabashedly vulgar. The language can be crude and the action is sometimes, um, a little much—but the comedy is biting, the issues are relevant, and it’s done so much to change what television looks and sounds like today. Kaptain Kristian dives into how the language […]

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Three Emotional Movie Scenes That Used Brilliant Visual Tricks

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Surface Studio: The Basics

Surface Studio: The Basics Microsoft showed off its new Surface Studio all-in-one on Wednesday. More than just an iMac rip-off, the Surface Studio is focused squarely at artists and creative professionals. Read more… Source: Gizmodo Link: Surface Studio: The Basics

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Smoke-Filled Train Sparks Panic on Boston Subway

Smoke-Filled Train Sparks Panic on Boston Subway Intense videos are emerging of people escaping Boston’s Orange Line at Back Bay station as the station fills with smoke. Read more… Source: Gizmodo Link: Smoke-Filled Train Sparks Panic on Boston Subway

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Gold-Plating a Drone Is Officially the Worst Idea

Gold-Plating a Drone Is Officially the Worst Idea Let’s be perfectly clear on this. Gold-plating anything, be it a phone, or a toilet, or a smartwatch, is a terrible and tacky idea. But gold-plating a drone is even worse, and it has nothing to do with aesthetics. Read more… Source: Gizmodo Link: Gold-Plating a Drone […]

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Why Dieselgate Forced Audi To Quit Le Mans

Why Dieselgate Forced Audi To Quit Le Mans Without question, the modern era of the most famous race in the world—the 24 Hours of Le Mans—has belonged to Audi. That comes to an end this year. This is the way things had to go. Read more… Source: Gizmodo Link: Why Dieselgate Forced Audi To Quit […]

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CIA Declassifies Report on the Man Who Ousted the Australian Government in 1975

CIA Declassifies Report on the Man Who Ousted the Australian Government in 1975 There are a lot of different conspiracy theories about what happened to the Australian government in November of 1975. In a surprise move, the ultra liberal Prime Minister Gough Whitlam was fired by a lone man using parliamentary procedures that no one […]

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We Were Wrong About HIV’s ‘Patient Zero’ 

We Were Wrong About HIV’s ‘Patient Zero’  The origin of the AIDS pandemic has been reconstructed in unprecedented detail, showing the disease jumped from the Caribbean to New York City around 1970. The new study subsequently clears the name of Gaétan Dugas, a French-Canadian flight attendant long-thought to be “Patient Zero.” Read more… Source: Gizmodo […]

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Apple's October 2016 Media Event: Spoiler-Free Video Stream

Apple's October 2016 Media Event: Spoiler-Free Video Stream Apple’s “Hello Again” media event kicks off at 10:00 AM Pacific tomorrow, and as usual some MacRumors readers who can’t follow the event live are interested in avoiding all of the announcements and waiting until Apple posts the recorded video of the event so as to experience […]

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Adam Savage Built a Perfect Replica of The Fifth Element's Zorg ZF-1 Blaster

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Apple's Custom Mobile Chip Designs Gradually Expanding to Include Graphics Hardware

Apple's Custom Mobile Chip Designs Gradually Expanding to Include Graphics Hardware After years of recruiting graphics architects, Apple has gradually shifted from licensing PowerVR graphics to designing its own custom GPUs for iPhones, according to David Kanter at Real World Technologies. The new graphics processor is said to have first shipped with the A8 chip […]

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Apple Delays AirPods, October Launch No Longer Happening

Apple Delays AirPods, October Launch No Longer Happening When Apple debuted its AirPods in September, the company said the wireless earbuds would launch in late October. Now that it’s late October, people have been wondering if a release is imminent, but as it turns out, the AirPods are delayed. Apple today told TechCrunch that it […]

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Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 16 With Bug Fixes and Feature Tweaks

Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 16 With Bug Fixes and Feature Tweaks Apple today released another update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced in March of 2016. Apple designed the Safari Technology Preview to test features that may be introduced into future release versions of Safari. Safari Technology Preview release 16 […]

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Microsoft Announces Surface Book i7, Desktop PC 'Surface Studio,' and Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft Announces Surface Book i7, Desktop PC 'Surface Studio,' and Windows 10 Creators Update At its media event today in New York City, Microsoft announced a new update coming to Windows 10 devices that’s focused on creativity and productivity tools, as well as two major new pieces of hardware: the Surface Book i7 and Surface […]

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Apple Said to Debut Three Glass-Backed iPhone 8 Models, Including New 5-Inch Size, in 2017

Apple Said to Debut Three Glass-Backed iPhone 8 Models, Including New 5-Inch Size, in 2017 Apple is working on three new iPhone 8 models to be released in 2017, all of which will include glass-backed bodies, reports Japanese news site Nikkei. Previous rumors have also pointed towards three iPhone 8 models, but past information suggested […]

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Apple to Announce New App Focused on TV Show Discovery at Tomorrow's Event [Updated]

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