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Top Stories of the WeekLulzSec Leaks Hundreds of Classified Arizona Police Documents in Attack Against Border Patrol (Updated)

Lashing out against the "racial profiling anti-immigrant police state that is Arizona," LulzSec has released their newest data dump: "hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, training manuals, personal email correspondence, names, phone numbers, addresses and passwords belonging to Arizona law... More »

Top Stories of the WeekSThe 500-Year History of Contact Lenses

Sticking glass in your eye is objectively a bad idea. And yet, in the 1800s, there were several highly educated individuals repeating that very action. More »

Top Stories of the WeekKind of A Dick Move

Photographer and 72-room New York City mansion dweller Jay Maisel successfully chiseled thousands of dollars out of independent (and awesome) Web developer Andy Baio over an iffy copyright infringement claim. More »

Top Stories of the WeekCan You Fall In Love with This Beautiful Girl?

This is Eguchi Aimi. She's the latest member of Japanese pop band AKB48 and a very lovely girl. But Eguchi Aimi is not what she seems. This Sunday, she shocked all her fans revealing her dark secret. More »

Top Stories of the WeekAll the Coolest Stuff Coming to the MoMA Design Store

MoMA's brilliance lies in collecting the most amazing ordinary things. Chairs that changed the world. Beautiful teapots. And their Design Store lets you take these specimens home—we checked out the newest acquisitions, and here are the best. These Braun analog alarm clocks aren't... More »

Top Stories of the WeekMystery Photographer of the Nazis Found After Online Hunt

A photo album showing never-seen-before photos of Hitler and the Nazis has surfaced with photos dating back to 70 years ago. Its current owner has no clue who the photographer was, but judging by the level of access he was given, he must have been someone. More »

Top Stories of the Week2D Glasses: 3D's Reign of Terror Ends Now

There were better movies playing Sunday afternoon. Super 8, X-Men: First Class. Midnight in Paris. But I bustled past all of those. I headed to theater 7, foul den of Green Lantern 3D. More »

Top Stories of the WeekThe Next Windows Phone: It's Pretty Great

Pleasant. That doesn't sound like much of an accomplishment, or a benchmark or like, impressive. But the truth is, most technology isn't pleasant. The new Windows Phone is. More »

Top Stories of the WeekScientists Create First Memory Expansion for Brain

Imagine you can insert a memory card in your brain and go all Keanu Wow, I know Jiu-Jitsu! Reeves. It's actually not that far away: Scientists have created a chip that allows rats to instantly know things. More »

Top Stories of the WeekHow to Strip a Chicken Down to Its Ragged Bones in 2.5 Seconds

Martin Yan can debone a chicken in 18 seconds. That's pretty good, for a human. The next generation of Mayekawa automatic deboners, however, will shuck a bird like an ear of corn in just under 2.5 seconds. More »

Top Stories of the WeekLulzsec and Anonymous Declare Open War Against All Governments and Fat Cats

Lulzsec and Anonymous have just declared full open war against all governments, banks and big corporations in the world. They are calling all hackers in the world to unite. More »