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Shutting Down | Stephan Tillmans captures the fleeting beauty of CRT Monitors

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19 Objects Cloned by Light

You know that special Mortal Kombat kick where there are, like, multiple Johnny Cages? Well, by firing a flash a bunch of times during one photo, you can create Johnny Cage kicks out of anything.More »

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Why Capping a Blown Oil Well at the Bottom of the Ocean is so Insanely Difficult

Last year's Deepwater Horizon oil spill dumped an estimated 2.6 million gallons of oil A DAY into the Gulf of Mexico - you'd think someone would have gotten on that faster. Oh, they did? Fire on the Horizon explains what took so damn long. More »

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Giz Explains: Traffic

Americans talk about traffic like the English talk about the weather. It's a constant upset, a never-ending obsession. We've heard the stats: The commuter loses 36 hours a year stuck on the road, over $800 dollars in the same amount of time, and, well, an immeasurable amount of sanity. More »

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New Xperia Play Commercials Have Enslaved My Soul

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Now listen, I don't normally praise ads. They're meant to sell us shit, and there's nothing really noble about that. But. But. Kristen Schaal's new promos for Sony Ericsson are some of the greatest things I've ever witnessed. Boob stab. More »

Air Traffic Control Abandoned as Two Passenger Planes Try To Land

Shortly after midnight on Wednesday, two DC airliners approached Washington DC's Reagan National Airport. They waited for guidance from air traffic control. And waited. And waited. And waited. They never got a response. More »

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First Look Inside Fukushima Reactor 3 After the Catastrophe Is Rather Unsettling

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The Tokyo Electric Power Company has released new images from the interior of Fukushima's reactor 3, as well as video of emergency personnel frantically working inside the plant. More »

When To Whip It Out: A Practical Guide to Using Cellphones in Social Situations

We've been rocking the oh-so-sexy cellphone pocket-bulge for close to two decades. You'd think we'd have figured out how to use the things without pissing everyone off by now. Nope. More »

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The Father of Mac OS X Is Leaving Apple

Bertrand Serlet, the guy who led the development of Mac OS X since the beginning, is leaving Apple. He was one of the heavyweights and a legendary figure at the company, even while he wasn't well known by the general public. But why is he leaving? More »

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How the New AT&T-Mobile Is Probably Going to Screw You Hardcore

If we haven't already made it fairly clear, let's be straight up: We believe that AT&T's swallowing of T-Mobile USA is a bad thing for everybody except for AT&T and Deutsche Telekom. Let us count the ways. More »

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AT&T Is Buying T-Mobile to Become the Biggest Carrier in the US

AT&T just announced that they're buying T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion. The deal makes AT&T the largest network in the country, and leaves us with only three major US carriers. What's that mean for us? More »

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