The Top 5 Theater Chains Won't Screen The Interview

The top five theater circuits in the U.S. have decided to drop The Interview, the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy about assassinating Kim Jong-Un that has been under scrutiny after hackers released a trove of Sony Pictures' emails and files claiming to be a retaliatory North Korea. This week, after a threat of 9/11… » 12/17/14 3:00pm 18 minutes ago

How To Disable Facebook's New Auto-Enhance Photo Feature

Good news if you're not all that brilliant at snapping Facebook photos on the go: Mark Zuckerberg and his algorithms will now automatically enhance images for you, no extra work required. But what if you don't want your images tampered with? What if you really were going for that badly lit, washed out look? Here's how… » 12/17/14 2:28pm 49 minutes ago

Activists Want To Use Balloons To Airlift The Interview Into North Korea

Last year, an Atlantic article introduced us to an activist group run by a former North Korean who now uses balloons to airlift information and technology into into the tightly-controlled country. Now, its members want to use their balloons to tote in copies of The Interview, Sony's beleaguered comedy about Kim… » 12/17/14 12:32pm Today 12:32pm

Half of Anti-Net Neutrality Comments From "Shadowy" Koch Bros. Group

When the second round of the FCC's call for comments on net neutrality ended this past September, something seemed a little off. Sure, the 1.6 million submissions fell about a million short of the first round, but that wasn't the weird apart. This time, instead of the vast majority of comments arguing for net… » 12/17/14 12:10pm Today 12:10pm

Hulu's Former CEO Just Launched a Subscription-Based YouTube Rival

YouTube pretty much won the video war years ago, but there are still plenty of people vying for some of the action. Remember Viddy? Former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar thinks that his new startup video site Vessel offers a unique subscription-based model ($3/month) that can pull YouTube stars over to a new platform. Long… » 12/17/14 11:30am Today 11:30am

Microsoft's Awesome Photo-Sharing App Just Got Even Better

Microsoft's Xim is an awesome way to share photos across devices, no matter whether you're on Android or iOS or even Windows Phone. Now it's getting even better. The newest update to Microsoft Xim adds Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Xbox One, and web browsers to the mix. That means you can share photos… » 12/17/14 11:14am Today 11:14am

This Hazmat Suit Peels Off Like a Big, Yellow, Ebola-Covered Glove

Hazmat suits are great for keeping you safe from pesky things like ebola, but there's one difficult part that you just can't avoid: You have to take that suit off at some point. Infecting yourself (or others) with the very suit that's been protecting you is a real danger, which is why Johns Hopkins developed this… » 12/17/14 11:06am Today 11:06am

Spam Drugs Are Killing People and No One Is Doing Anything About It

Open your spam folder right now and there's almost certainly a grammatically questionable spam email offering you V1agra or C1al1s. But while you know that any pills procured from shady online retailers aren't regulated, apparently some people can't stop buying them. Brian Krebs reports that the problem is out of… » 12/17/14 10:58am Today 10:58am

Qatar Pays Migrant Workers $1 an Hour To Be Fake Sports Fans

The life of most migrant workers in Qatar is bleak—so bleak, it's a human rights violation. The latest report from Doha reveals a new twist in the sad story. When they're not toiling away at building stadiums for the 2022 World Cup, many workers are being paid impossibly small wages to be fake sports fans. It doesn't… » 12/17/14 10:52am Today 10:52am

This Brooklyn Townhouse Blends Modern Design with Historic Architecture

Having an interior designer as a friend can come in handy. Case in point: after Colin Winkelman purchased his 1,600-square-foot townhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in 2010, he knew exactly where to look for help decorating the historic space: Lindsay Key, a childhood friend who just so happens to be co-owner of Key +… » 12/17/14 11:59am Today 11:59am

(Almost) Everything You Need to Know About Protecting Your Passwords

Ever receive a flurry of messages from friends informing you that your company's Twitter account has become a living, breathing advertisement for the weight-loss properties of goji berries? And here you thought hackers were only interested in financial information. » 12/16/14 4:01pm Yesterday 4:01pm

Get 45% Off The Striiv Fusion Smartwatch + Fitness Tracker

Fitness trackers make an outstanding holiday gift, but most cost upwards of $100. The Striiv Fusion, normally $100, is on sale for a little while to Gizmodo readers for $55 – the all time low price. Plus, if you order by Wednesday, you'll have it before Christmas, guaranteed. » 12/13/14 4:56pm Saturday 4:56pm

Get 20% Off MeUndies, The Most Comfortable Underwear + Free Shipping

Underwear shopping is an activity that's constantly put off, if it even crosses one's mind. But it's a must if you want to remain a respected part of society. So get 20% off your first order with MeUndies, the direct-to-consumer, comfort-first underwear company, which includes free shipping right to your door. Or send… » 12/15/14 5:26pm Monday 5:26pm

Save 10% on the Perfect Weekend and Gym Duffel Bag + Free Shipping ($90)

Owen & Fred, the men's essentials company, has a single mission of designing high quality everyday products that are manufactured in the USA, and turning them into something more. Their "Work Hard, Play Hard" duffel bag is a customer favorite that Gizmodo readers can get for $90, a savings of 10%, plus free shipping.… » 12/16/14 4:27pm Yesterday 4:27pm