Well folks, you have officially made it to the freakin' weekend. And baby, it's about time you had you some fun. To get you started we've got giant Mars penises, an explainer on computers from the 90s, prison cells designed by prisoners, the new Google.com(?), and more. Check it all out below.

Watch a Woman from the 1990s Explain What a Computer Is

One of the things that will never fail to make me happy: seeing people stuck in time explain what modern day technology is. Kim Komando hosted an educational series about computer and explains the basics of its hardware, DOS, Microsoft Windows, Writeand more. More »

Samsung's Galaxy S4 Camera Versus the Competition

Last month, we tested the best smartphone cameras out there and declared the HTC One's ultrapixel camera the master of all. Now it's time to see how the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Sony Xperia Z measure up. More »

Here's Your New and Improved Hundred Dollar Bill

The Federal Reserve is making it rain new hundred dollar bills on October 8, 2013. They're more colorful, more secure, and easier to authenticate, but harder to replicate. Here's everything that's changed. More »

NASA Drew This Giant Penis on the Surface of Mars

Apparently, this drawing of the male genitals etched into the surface of Mars-which has popped up on NASA's website-was just an amusing accident. Either that, or a very dirty-minded individual got hold of the controls of NASA's ageing Opportunity Mars rover. More »

Samsung Galaxy S4 Review: Better, But Not Best

Since it arrived last year, the Galaxy S III has been the world's best-selling smartphone that wasn't born in Cupertino. An impressive feat, but one that-along with Samsung's Megatron-sized hype-machine-has made for sky-high expectations for the sequel. More »

9 Incredible Objects That Prove 3D Printers Are Totally Worth it

If you've got a 3D printer and a little bit of imagination, you can make pretty much anything. While these machines are still too expensive to be completely ubiquitous, early adopters are making some really amazing things. We got a look at a few of these objects at the 3D Printing Expo in New York this week. Here are the most unbelievable items we saw. More »

Whoa, Computer Graphics Can Make Water Look Real Now

Now here's something impressive. PhysXInfo seems to have solved one of the tougher problems in computer graphics: realistic fluid dynamics. In other words, making water look like actual water, and not a tub full of triangles. More »

Google Might Change Google.com and Make Using the Internet Way Better

As a fashionable internet denizen, you do not use a homepage, probably. You open a new browser window or tab, and you're met with your Chrome apps, or Safari favorites, or whatever the hell Firefox is doing now. And if you do have one, it's probably a legacy media hub like MSN, AOL or Yahoo, or a search page like Google or Bing. But what if the web found a way for a landing page to be useful again? More »

A Prison Cell-Sized Room Designed by the Inmates Who Live in Them

If necessity is the mother of invention, prison cells must be veritable hotbeds of creativity-and not just for making wine in toilets or tattoo guns from Bic pens and guitar strings. According to three Italian designers who've been holding design workshops with prisoners since 2003, the incarcerated are brilliant lifehacks. And we can learn from them. More »

Senators Are Trying to Rush Through a Massive Online Sales Tax Hike

A band of pro-tax Senators are attempting to rush through policy that would see online sales tax being paid even in states that don't have sales tax. More »