Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011Don't Be That Guy | Dude, you really just licked my phone, didn't you. So, do the Snozzberries taste like Snozzberries or what?

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011Apple's New Mothership Compared to the Rest of Spaceships Around the World (Updated)

Like Comanderino Jobs said, Apple's new toroid mothership may become the best office building in the planet. But it's not the only spaceship that has landed on planet Earth. Gizmodo reader Felix Pharand D. has sent this high resolution comparison. More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 201112 Money Shots

Money. We all know what it is. We all know what it does. But when you have to measure your wealth in hundred-trillion dollar notes and 4-ton coins, its time to rethink your game. More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011How to Use a Glass Coke Bottle to Quench Your Plants' Thirst

The narration is husky and the instructions sound: why toss that glass Coke bottle into the trash (or recycling bin!), when you're a few modifications away from a retro-tastic plant waterer? More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011You're Not Sending Nearly Enough Texts For the Carriers' Bank Accounts, You Guyz

Carries can't continue capping data when text messages are slowing off. They just can't. Even though it's not even launched yet, iMessage is one of the services being blamed by the CTIA. According to the wireless trade organization, in the second hald of 2010, only 1 trillion texts were... More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011Why This Is the Last Photo Ever Taken by This Camera

Paolo Nespoli, the Italian astronaut who took this photo, left Earth with three, professional-grade Nikon DSLRs worth over $20,000. He returned with none of them. More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011Why Do Claw Machines Keep Gobbling Up Our Children?

This is Tyler. He's three. Last week, he found himself trapped in a glass cage, surrounded by stuffed animals and one giant claw. It was a prison of his own making. More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011What an Abandoned Ghost Warship Looks Like

Scott Haefner, a San Francisco-based photographer, infiltrated abandoned warships parked in the Suisun Bay to document the current state of decay of these once glorious beasts. More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011Animal Lovers Raid Fukushima to Save Radioactive Dogs

There may be many lost animals of Fukushima, but you can strike two off that list: daring civilians spotted two pooches on a Fukushima livestream, then slipped behind nuclear lines to rescue the "atomic dogs." This, my friends, is heroism. More »

Top Stories: Friday, June 10, 2011Is Google Getting Old and Slow Like Microsoft ?

According to an ex-googler, the search giant may no longer be the quick-moving, innovative company we have grown to know and love. Former Google engineer Dhanji R. More »