Turkey day was this week, but that doesn't mean the world's stopped moving. We've got some details on the new Xbox, info on what's going to be the tallest building in the world, the answer to the question "will we run out of music," weird turkey cooking and more. Check it all out below.

The Most Unpopular Apple Employee in the World

I would have loved to have listened in on this job interview. I'm sure Mr. Sung has to take a lot of crap from wiseass Canadian Apple shoppers just because of a patent war between two companies over which he has no control. And I admire him for that. But you have to wonder-why not just go by Samuel? More »

This Insane Image Shows How Many Planes Are in the Air Right Now for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving means turkey. Thanksgiving means football. Thanksgiving also means a helluva lot of people taking a helluva lot of flights to get home the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. According to Flightradar24.com, this image shows how many planes that are in the air right now. It's insane. Safe travels, everybody. More »

Kindle Fire HD 8.9 Review: Good News and Bad News

Comfort. That's what the Kindle Fire HD 8.9 has over everything else. It's by far the most comfortable tablet to hold, and to read and watch movies on. But to be the full-fledged iPad and Nexus competitor we're hoping for, it needs to be more than just another pretty face. More »

Four Crazy Ways to Cook Your Turkey Using NASA Equipment

Most of you will use ovens to cook your turkeys tomorrow. But most of you are not NASA. We asked their engineers and science writers how they would cook a turkey to perfection using their high tech gear instead of traditional methods. Then we asked Josh McKible to illustrate their recipes. More »

Microsoft Just Messed Up and Gave Out a Free Windows 8 Activation Key

If you've been wanting to upgrade to Windows 8 but baulk at paying then, firstly, you're a bad person but, secondly, now your opportunity's here. Microsoft just screwed up and handed out a free activation key for the OS. More »

The Longest Word in English Takes 3.5 Hours to Pronounce

The longest word in English has 189,819 letters and would take you three and a half hours to pronounce correctly. Seriously. It's the chemical name of Titin (or connectin), a giant protein "that functions as a molecular spring which is responsible for the passive elasticity of muscle." You can listen to a guy pronounce the whole damn word. More »

Is It Mathematically Possible to Run Out of New Music?

If you think music repeats itself and that some songs sound exactly the freaking same, there could be a reason for that (well, other than piss poor artists being gobbled up by the machine): there's a finite limitation on how different songs can be. There is? Yep, says MATH. More »

China Will Build the Tallest Building In the World in Just 90 Days

According to its engineers, this will be the tallest skyscraper in the world by the end of March of 2013. Its name is Sky City, and its 2,749 feet (838 meters) distributed in 220 floors will grow in just 90 days in Changsha city, by the Xiangjiang river. Ninety days! More »

Report: The Next Xbox Will Have a Quad-Core Processor, 8GB Ram, Blu-Ray, Kinect 2.0 and More

Xbox World has a report on the next Xbox, which will likely be called just Xbox and not Xbox 720 or Windows Xbox 8 or something. The next Xbox is expected to have "four hardware cores, each divided into four logical cores" and 8GB of RAM and more goodies. More »

All the Black Friday Deals: 2012

It's the biggest shopping day of the year. There are tons of deals-and not-really-deals-out there. So we combed through every one we could find, and ranked them all. Here's your Ultimate Black Friday guide: happy hunting. More »