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Top Stories of the WeekWhy Are So Many People Dancing in Apple Stores?

Yesterday, while cruising through my normal tour through the darkest, most bizarre corners of the internet, I came across a jarring (albeit established) little tech phenomenon. People love dancing in Apple Stores. Like, dancing like maniacs. Why? Why not? Brilliant. More »

Top Stories of the WeekI Sat on a $6,400 Toilet and It Changed My Life

Let's get one thing straight-Kohler's Numi toilet isn't for you. Unless you're a Saudi oil sheik, lottery winner, or generally filthy rich person, you won't consider a toilet that costs half a year's rent. But it's spectacular. More »

Top Stories of the WeekBlackBerry PlayBook Review

No, it's not bad, like you expected it to be. More »

Top Stories of the WeekBehind the Largest Counterfeit Audio Sting in History (Exclusive Photos)

Think you got a good deal on those Beats by Dre? Might've. Or maybe you paid too much for a knockoff. Thanks to easily accessed suckers like you, business in the world of phony high-end audio has never been better. More »

Top Stories of the WeekHow a Fukushima-Level Disaster Would Affect You In New York, LA or Chicago

The Japanese government has expanded the long-term evacuation radius around the Fukushima nuclear plant to 30 kilometers (18.6 miles). The United States government is still asking to all their citizens inside an 80-kilometer radius to leave. That's almost 50 miles. More »

Top Stories of the WeekExclusive Images of FlipLive, the Streaming Video Camera that Will Never Be

Here are the first photos of Flip's never-to-be launched FlipLive.
The FlipLive was supposed to be Flip's next-generation camcorder, one that could stream video to the cloud. But Cisco killed the brand the day before the Live was supposed to launch. More »

Top Stories of the WeekThe Flip Camera Is Finally Dead-Your Smartphone's Got Blood on Its Hands

Today, we pay our respects to an old, departed, obsolete, redundant friend. Here lie the remains of Flip, a product nobody needed anymore or cared about. So, its creator decided to destroy it. More »

Top Stories of the WeekWhy Everyone Loves Yuri Gagarin, the First Human to Reach Space

It happened when Earth was still in black and white: 50 years ago we stepped outside our home planet for the first time. This is the tale of the beginning of an adventure that hasn't ended yet, the biggest, most dangerous and rewarding quest ever embarked on by the human race-the fascinating story of two men who took us to a new level. More »

Top Stories of the WeekA Hacker's Shady Start: Geohot In Middle School

George "Geohot" Hotz wanted to crack the PS3-so he did, and infuriated Sony. He's become a target, globetrotter, and spectacle. But before? He was little tech-inept deviant. Gizmodo's got his yearbook, and two people who probably signed it. More »

Top Stories of the WeekThese Are the First Three Adobe Photoshop Touch Apps for iPad

Rejoice, Photoshop junkies of the world, because Adobe is jumping into the tablet world for real. And while this is not Photoshop for iPad (yet), my most precious body appendage is tingling with pleasant turgidity anyway. More »