This week we finally got a glimpse of the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S IV in all its glory(?), and salivated all over its competitor, the HTC One. On top of that, we learned all about how the future of nuclear power is nuclear waste, saw mind-bending water-bending tricks, collected some incredible home theaters and one-man submarines, and looked at queries. All that and more below.

16 Obscenely Over the Top Home Theaters

If you love watching movies but hate the unwashed masses-and happen to have giant heaping truckloads of money-designers and interior architects can offer a simple solution: your very own deluxe in-home movie theater. Here are some of the most amazing in the world, inspired by everything from Star Wars and Star Trek, to Paris and Egypt, to well, okay a little more Star Trek. More »

Holy Crap, Watch Water Bend Like You've Never Seen It Before

Our favorite mind warping illusionist Brusspup has a slick new trick to wrap your raisin brain around: water flows normally and then BOOM it warps and twists and bends like you never imagined water could when sound hits it. How does this happen? More »

The Most Searched Terms in Porn by Country and State

Surprise! Everyone loves to look at porn on the Internet. Okay, that's not exactly a surprise. What is a little bit interesting is just how different our taste for porn can be. PornMD released its search statistics for pornography and broke down the most popular search terms by country and state. For example, the most searched term in California is Asian while the most popular search term in Finland is mature and granny. Different strokes! More »

Look at This Idiot Using His Typewriter in a Starbucks

We've already been plenty vocal on our opinions of people who use coffee shops as their personal office. But this guy-this digital rebel found by Twitter user @DGoddamnGlover-makes those non-ordering, space-consuming table squatters look like saints-and this their new pope. More »

This Is What Happens When You Ask Nerds to Tell JokesThis Is What Happens When You Ask Nerds to Tell Jokes

As an experiment, New York Times media columnist David Carr decided to gather a bunch of geeks at SXSW and ask them to tell jokes. This video is the result. It's left to you to decide how funny it is. More »

17 One-Man Submarines That Will Take Your Breath Away

The world got you down? Wish you could escape to somewhere calm, beautiful, and quiet? No problem! Just hop into one of these amazing one-man submersibles, take a deep breath, and propel yourself down into the deep blue sea. Serenity awaits. More »

Samsung Galaxy S IV Hands On: Everything New Is Old Again

After a lot of teasing, and a lot of leaking, the Galaxy S IV is finally here. Last year's version, the S III, remains the world's most popular Android phone, having sold over 40 million units. Can the S IV live up to that kind of hype? Can Samsung make us feel like we're living in the future? More »

The Future of Nuclear Power Runs on the Waste of Our Nuclear Past

America alone produces about 2,000 metric tons of nuclear waste annually and our best solution for disposing of it: bury it deep in the Earth. However, a pair of MIT scientists believe they've found not only a better way of eliminating nuclear waste but recycling the deadly detritus into enough clean electricity to power the entire world until 2083. Win, meet win. More »

8 Google Reader Alternatives That Will Ease Your RSS Pain

Google Reader is on its deathbed, slated to meet its end on July 1st. Its demise has been looming in the distance for a while, so this should come as no surprise. And while this is certainly a time of mourning, there's the unseemly business of finding a replacement. Here's a list of platform agnostic alternatives that should help make the transition as painless as possible. We're sorry for your loss. More »

HTC One Review: The Beauty Is a Beast

Last year HTC made three excellent phones: the One X, the One X+, and the Droid DNA. This year, it's focusing on a single dominant device: the HTC One. More »