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Ford Kept the Incredible New GT a Secret by Building It in a Basement

Every new car design leaks these days, but Ford kept this beauty under wraps until the Detroit Auto Show.<p>Automotive leaks are so common that it's a surprise when we're surprised. And the fact that Ford somehow kept the GT hidden until Monday morning was in itself a major feat. So how did they do it?<p>…

The Most WTF Things We Saw At CES 2015

The nopes, huhs, whyyys, and wtfs of the Consumer Electronics Show<p>The International Consumer Electronics Show is an incredible event, showcasing some astoundingly innovative technologies each year. It’s also a place where a lot of weird stuff happens. While scouring the showroom floors at this …

Pacquiao agrees to fight Mayweather

The fight the world has wanted to see for the better part of six years -- a long-awaited summit meeting between welterweight champions Floyd …

10 Kitchen Items That Turn Home-Cooking Haters Into Passionate Chefs

Wondering what would entice you and your family to use the kitchen more in 2015? A diet rich in fresh, whole foods cooked at home is the basis of healthy living. But cooking at home can be a chore and a bore, especially if you're busy or just plain don't like to cook.<p>A healthy kitchen stocked with …

Why Google won't fix a security bug in almost a billion Android phones

A day after Google publicized a flaw in Windows 8.1 before Microsoft could do anything about it, news broke about a security vulnerability in Android that the Mountain View company, well, won't fix at all. Rafay Baloch, an independent researcher, and Joe Vennix, an engineer at Rapid7 (a security …

Birds in a lorry riddle finally solved by Stanford University

Would a lorry carrying pigeons change weight if they all decided to fly? Stanford University says yes<p>It is a head-scratching riddle which has troubled scientists and amateurs alike for generations: would a lorry carrying birds weigh less if they were all flying?<p>It may be natural to assume that …