Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011

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Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011How Big Weapons Hit Tiny Targets from Incredible Distances

So, let's say our armed forces had to lend a hand in a conflict without deploying troops on the ground (*cough* *cough* Libya *cough*). How would they do that? Simple: GPS. Oh, and Lasers. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 201157 Spectacular LEGO Scenes

We'd like to think that, one day, the word "LEGO" will by synonymous with "high art." Even if that day never comes, these LEGO photos are absolutely fantastic all the same. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011The Near-Future of Mobile Gaming Is Going to Be Pretty Epic (But Maybe Not on Android)

Epic's Tim Sweeney explains what the near-future of mobile gaming is going to look like—it's pretty amazing—and why it's a problem delivering that to Android. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011The New Falcon Heavy Rocket Can Take Us Back to the Moon

It's so powerful that it could set a next-generation mission to the Moon. That's what SpaceX's Elon Musk said today about his new rocket, the Falcon Heavy. In fact, it's going to be the most powerful rocket in history this side of a Saturn V. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011Class Up Your iPhone with This Super-Modern Desk Dock

There's something about a landline that just connotes class, austerity, and power. Maybe I've been watching too much Mad Men. But for the same reasons we love the Moshi Moshi, the KEE Desk Phone Dock has us drooling a bit. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011In-Flight Emergency: When the Masks Come Down

This past weekend's Southwest Airlines incident has everybody talking and wondering about inflight decompressions. What is a decompression, exactly? How deadly are they? More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011Rip, Watch and Organize Everything: The Ultimate Media Guide

Yes, the times are changing. Yes, we've cut back on purchasing CDs, DVDs, and BDs lately. Yes, we still have plenty of discs lying around in jewel cases on dusty shelves or in enormous three-ring binders. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011I Implore Every Public Bathroom to Install These Toepeners Immediately

I'm not saying I'm as bad as Howard Hughes, but I will confess to always tearing a bit of toilet-roll of paper towel off and using it to open public bathroom doors with on my way out. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011Nikon D5100 DSLR Hopes Special Effects Like 102,400 ISO Night Vision Make It Special

These things no longer make even a $900 DSLR special: 15+ megapixel resolution, 1080p video recording and a swivel LCD screen. So Nikon's 16.2-megapixel D5100 tries to stand out More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011"Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré House

Been undergoing severe withdrawal symptoms since Mad Men went off air? Totally understandable-and here's something to tide you over while you wait. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 5, 2011What Was Governor Mike Huckabee Hiding on Those Hard Drives He Destroyed?

Mother Jones, the politically-leaning magazine dedicated to social causes, recently tried to request public records related to Mike Huckabee's term as Arkansas governor in the earlier part of last decade. More »