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Giant bunny dies on United, and Twitter hops right to the jokes

Simon was no ordinary bunny. The 10-month-old continental rabbit was 3 feet long (90 cm), and he was heading for a golden life. His owner told the Associated Press that he'd been purchased by an unidentified celebrity (surely TMZ is working busily to reveal the person's name).<p>Simon was on his way …

United Airlines

Cheating driver gets a YouTube shaming

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>The drivers who annoy me the most are the ones who can see that the number of lanes is being reduced, but speed up to the very end of the closed lane, in the arrogant belief that they should be let in.<p>Then …

Internet

Adam Savage cosplays as Chewbacca with C-3PO in tow

"MythBusters" fans curious about what former host Adam Savage is doing now will be happy to learn he still enjoys sneaking around conventions incognito in cosplay outfits.<p>In a video posted on the Tested site Tuesday, Savage is seen wearing an impressive Chewbacca costume with a very familiar …

Update your Raspberry Pi to Raspbian Pixel for fancy new features

Recently, Raspbian announced Pixel, a fairly significant update for users of the most popular Raspberry Pi operating system.<p>Raspbian Pixel includes a new web browser, Chromium, RealVNC is now included, controls to turn of Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and most notably, the overall look of Raspbian received a …

Google aims to launch its consumer Project Ara phone in 2017

Despite some grim portents last year, Google's "Project Ara" modular smartphone is far from dead. For starters, it now has its own business unit within Google's mysterious Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group, and the nearly magical modular hardware we've been anticipating for years is …

Fund this: Frankencable 2-in-1 fits both Lightning and Micro-USB

It's a crazy mixed-up tech world. Apple's mobile devices rely on Lightning connectors, most other mobile devices rely on Micro-USB, and nary the twain shall meet. Right?<p>Wrong...maybe. Because if Kickstarter project LMcable becomes a reality, there might be just one cable to rule them all.<p>The …

Micro USB

How-To: Take better videos with your iPhone using FiLMiC Pro [Video]

The stock Camera app found in iOS is decent enough. It’s great for the casual shooting of photos and videos, and more importantly, it’s easy to use and almost always works.<p>But just like there are dedicated photo apps for improving the quality of your photography, the same thing is true for …

Church fights the Dark Side, holds special Star Wars service

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>Earthly existence is so temporary and absurd.<p>It's an achievement, then, that we manage to believe in anything. Consistently, that is.<p>Some believe in deities. Others commit themselves to musicians, …

Star Wars

Play the Android 6.0 Marshmallow Easter egg game

Google loves to add Easter eggs to its services and software for users to discover. These are hidden features or mini-games that exist just for fun. The latest version of Android, dubbed Marshmallow, also contains an Easter egg for you to enjoy when you need to kill a little time.<p>Much like last …

Android News

Guy creates handheld railgun with a 3D-printer

An ambitious maker has built a partly 3D-printed <i>railgun</i> that can fire aluminum or graphite projectiles at over 250 meters per second (560 mph). No, this isn't <i>Quake</i>, but it's no janky, all-plastic gun, either. The "handheld" weapon houses six capacitors that weigh 20 pounds and deliver over 1,800 …

Ambush a friend's browser with this crazy Chrome extension

There's an insane new Chrome extension called "Shove" that we're <i>sure</i> nobody's going to misuse. As spotted by <i>Wired</i>, it lets you drop a web page onto your friend's browser, and vice-versa. Unlike skeevier apps like Peeple, however, it's strictly opt-in. Once both parties agree, they can open up links …