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A Boudoir Shoot Transformed This Woman's Self-Confidence After Her Abusive Relationship

Many women shoot boudoir photo sessions as a gift for their significant others, but this 26-year-old decided to take the photos for herself. After getting out of two consecutive abusive relationships — one mentally damaging, the other emotionally and physically — she began to believe the horrible …

Millions of discarded flip flops posing huge hazard to ocean life

<b>Watamu, Kenya (CNN) —</b> The shores of Watamu on the Kenyan coast should be pristine. They're not.<p>Downstream from an ecological disaster brewing a continent away, these placid waters are bearing the brunt of a foot-born problem: your flip flops.<p>The Japanese call them zoris. They're thongs in …

Snorkeling

The Human Body Rendered as Only Blood Vessels Is Simply Amazing

Markos Kay’s body of work gets a little nervy in his CG designs of artery-and-vein humanoids.<p>Never mind society's obsession with outward appearances—what do we all <i>really</i> look like on the inside? Having always been enamored with the anatomical illustrations inside <i>Gray's Anatomy</i>, the digital artist …

This incredible Mars video took 3 months and 33,000 images to create

Photos from NASA have given us a sense of what it discovered on the surface of Mars, but a recent video from Finnish filmmaker and space enthusiast …

This emerging country is getting unhappier by the year

India is getting unhappier by the year.<p>It now ranks lowest in BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) emerging economies and …

Run an Android desktop on almost any computer

Last month, it was rumored that official Android support would be coming to the Raspberry Pi after an empty directory for the $35 computer was discovered in Google's Android Open Source Project repository.<p>Having official Android support on such a device would be useful, and could bring with it …

Give your router new superpowers by installing DD-WRT

Frustrated by the software limitations on your router? Go ahead and replace that software with the Linux-powered DD-WRT firmware. Maybe you want to …

Hands on with a set of unusually designed Yamaha-made headphones

SINGAPORE — There are a mindboggling amount of different headphone types to suit user habits, but this could be by far the most unusual design we've …

Audiophile

See Amazing Photos of the Real 'Rosie the Riveter' Women of World War II

Woman working on an airplane motor at North American Aviation, Inc., plant in California, June 1942. Photographed by Alf<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Library of …

Waves That Look Like Brushstrokes by Photographer Warren Keelan – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

New South Wales-based photographer Warren Keelan captures waves that move like strokes of paint, producing images that look more like paintings than …

30 Forgotten National Geographic Photos That Have Never Been Published Before

Celebrating cultures around the world and vivid moments of our past, the project <i>National Geographic Found</i> curates historical images and breathes new life into them. Started in 2013 to celebrate National Geographic's 125th anniversary, the project retrieves images from the Nat Geo archives, and …

James Cameron

5 ways to keep your personal stuff private when lending a phone

“Don’t you dare swipe through my pictures!” – I have no idea how many times I have heard that, and I am sure you have too. It’s an ongoing problem trying to keep your files private when lending your phone to others, even if for a few seconds.<p>And the picture swiping is just one factor, there is so …

10 Amazing Supercars on the Planet Today!

Supercars can be measured on the basis of many different categories, from power to performance, value to comfort, from speed to the brand name. While …

Sports Cars

These Color Photos of Paris Were Shot 100 Years Ago

Back in 1909, a super-rich French banker named Albert Kahn decided to create a photographic record of the world using the new color photography …

France

'Star Wars' locations you can actually go and see | CNN Travel

This mobile phone game is so addictive it is ruining people's lives and destroying their sleep cycles

If you don't know what "1010!" is, then click away from this story right now. This mobile phone app from Gram Games is so addictive it will ruin your life and make your friends hate you.<p>Remember what happened when you were introduced for the first time to Candy Crush Saga? Or 2048? Or Dots?<p>It's way …

Game Development

10 Brain Myths Busted

It's going to take more than 10 percent of your brain to read this story<p>In the Hollywood action-film <i>Lucy</i>, actor Morgan Freeman—playing a world-renowned neurologist— speaks to a packed auditorium. “It’s estimated most human beings only use 10 percent of their brains’ capacity,” he says. “Imagine if …

The Brain

10 Places You Have to See to Believe

Are you ready for your daily dose of wanderlust (and then some)? These wonders around the world—from Seussian flower fields to seas that shine like stars—simply must been seen to be believed.

Extraordinary Entries from the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest

Last month, we featured a selection of the spectacular entries in the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest, and we're pleased to share even more works from the competition. The chosen entries showcase the stunning diversity of our world, through both landscape and culture. They depict an exciting …

Travel Photography

Vintage Adverts Featuring Demonic Children & Evil Teens

Whether by choice or design, the following collection of vintage adverts from The Advertising Archives come complete with numerous demonic looking …

Autmn Photography in Mount Rainier

Autumn is my favorite time for photographing in the Pacific Northwest. There are many places to capture fall colors, but nothing quite compares to …

Crazier Examples of What New York City's "Taxi of Tomorrow" Could Have Been

Steven M. Johnson's concepts take cold, harsh reality into consideration<p>It's already been two years since Nissan's NV200, aka the "Taxi of Tomorrow," …

Taxicabs

Floris Schoonderbeek's Groundfridge chills food without electricity

<b>Dutch Design Week 2015:</b> this spherical refrigerator by Dutch designer Floris Schoonderbeek is buried underground, keeping food cool without using …

Awards

A Demo of Canon’s 250MP Sensor and Its ‘Turbulence Removal’ Feature

At Canon EXPO Paris 2015 last week, in addition to showing off its prototype ultra-sensitive CMOS sensor, Canon was also showing off the power of the …

43 Books You Won't Be Able To Stop Talking About

OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG<p><i>Note: Some entries have been edited for clarity and/or length.</i>

Inside Michael Jackson’s Iconic First Moonwalk Onstage

Rolling Stone <i>contributing editor Steve Knopper’s new book,</i> MJ: The Genius of Michael Jackson <i>(in stores October 6th),</i> <i>is the first narrative biography</i> …

Light Appears to Drip from Trees in these Long-Exposure Photos by Vitor Schietti | Colossal

<p>For his series of experimental photography titled <i>Impermanent Sculptures</i>, photographer Vitor Schietti worked with fireworks and long-exposure …

BlackBerry Confirms Android Smartphone Plans on iPhone Launch Day

BlackBerry today confirmed that the company will be making an Android-based smartphone, with a launch date aimed for the end of 2015, even as it reported a greater-than-expected annual loss (via <i>Re/code</i>).<p>The company reported that its latest quarterly loss was 13 cents per share on revenue of …

Using a Mobile Phone Camera Sensor with a Nikon F DSLR Lens

I always tell people that the problem with phone cameras is the lenses. This isn’t a thesis that is easy to test because you can’t swap the lens on a …

Apple patent envisions fuel cell battery that could power a smartphone for weeks

Quick, what's your No. 1 qualm about smartphones? Chances are, you said "battery life." Most smartphones today, even high-end ones, barely last a day …