There were a lot of annoncements this week, but no pay off quite yet. We learned a lot about the upcoming PS4, got new data on Google Glass, and found out about a new Chromebook you shouldn't buy. And all that on top of ghost ships, a Blackberry 10 review, Flipboard for porn, NYC's mammoth subway project, and much, much more. Check it all out below.

Russian Ghost Cruise Ship Reappears

This is the Russian cruise ship MV Lyubov Orlova. It disappeared shortly after it left Canada en route to the Dominican Republic, in the Caribbean. Now it has reappeared, floating adrift 2,400 kilometers off the west coast of Ireland. More »

Every Reason Not to Buy the Google Chromebook Pixel

Google just showed off a dumb new thing: an expensive laptop that pairs the gorgeous screen, capable components, and design of a MacBook Pro with the diluted, web-based Chrome OS. It makes no sense. Don't buy one. More »

There Is Such Thing As a Flipboard for Porn and It's Called Faploid (NSFW)

If you ever used Flipboard and wished there was a version just for porn, you're in luck. Faploid is what you have been waiting for. It's a service that'll give you personalized pornos based on your particular tastes. No more scouring the net, what you like will come straight to you! More »

The PlayStation 4 Is Here (Update: Sort Of)

It's been seven years since the giant, boxy, expensive, hugely-fun and hyped PS3 first arrived. Seven years is a long time. But the next expensive, gorgeous era of gaming is here: the PlayStation 4. Everything looks better, yes, but it's definitely more of the same. More »

This Is What It Will Look Like When You Wear Project Glass

Google has just released a video which shows off the UI for its Glass project-and it looks kinda neat. We've seen some similar videos before, but this one shows off far more about the device's functionality. On-lens directions (including ski runs!), voice-controlled messages, web searches, notifications, and even on-the-fly translation. This all looks fun-and actually pretty useful. More »

This Map of the United States of America Shows Where the Most Craigslist Missed Connections Happen in Each State

The map of the United States doesn't just show state lines. Sometimes it reveals Google autocomplete stereotypes. Other times it proves that we're not that divided. This map might be the best though. It shows each state's most popular locations for Craigslist Missed Connections. Meaning these are each state's best spot to see somebody you think is pretty cute. It's wonderful. More »

Exclusive: The Burger King and Jeep Hacker Is Probably This DJ From New England

It was just going to be another boring President's Day on the Internet, when along came a spastic, hilarious hacker with a taste for McDonald's, Gucci Mane, and caps lock. Is a criminal mastermind behind the @BurgerKing (and likely @Jeep) takeover? Nope-just a guy who plays shows in Rhode Island who left an unfortunate Internet paper trail. More »

The Best Smartphone Camera

A zillion new smartphones are going to be announced soon at Mobile World Congress, each promising camera advancements that may or may not live up to the hype. Before we get there, though, we wanted to take stock of how good the cameras are in the smartphones you can buy now. Here's how the flagships measure up. More »

BlackBerry Z10 Review: Not Good Enough

Everybody knows what's at stake for BlackBerry. The Z10 is its shot to stop its considerable bleeding and shut everyone up. But launching a brand new OS with brand new hardware isn't easy. And it's even harder to match expectations when both have been delayed again and again. More »

Incredible Images of the Massive New Tunnels Hollowing New York City

There is a 22-foot-long, 200-ton steel monster under Manhattan. Dead, resting deep somewhere under Grand Central Station and Park Avenue, this machine and her twin brother excavated the massive tunnels that you can see here, one of the largest public transportation works of our time. More »