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‘SNL’: Chris Pine Clears Up Chris Confusion & Revisits ‘Star Trek’

Big-name guest hosts of NBC’s <i>Saturday Night Live</i> often do best to start out the show with a monologue that deflates their celebrity aura just a bit, …

Watch: The Physics of Time Explained in Under 3 Minutes

Many people find the concepts in physics challenging to wrap their head around. Visual aids and explanations can definitely help, though. The Youtube …

Every Filmmaking Form You'll Ever Need in 99 Free Templates

Ease your workload (and your mind) with these free templates for everything from storyboarding to contracts to accounting.<p><i>[Editor's Note: No Film</i> …

Artist's interpretation of Pokémon GO: we're the ones being caught and trained

This painting is darker than an Umbreon.<p>Pokémon GO has taken over the internet, surpassing even porn as the most-searched topic online, and getting …

The Timeless workout program: 5 routines where old school and new school collide

james michelfelder<p>james michelfelder<p><b>Duration</b> 45-60<p><b>Exercises</b> 8-12<p><b>Equipment</b> Yes<p>Timelesswas inspired by old-school bodybuilding. Benching, deadlifting, …

Google and Udacity launch an Android Basics course for novice coders

Online education company Udacity has partnered with Google to introduce a new course covering the basics of Android programming.<p>The aptly titled Android Basics Nanodegree is aimed at those with little or no programming experience and provides entry points into Java, web APIs, using a SQLite …

Android News

Man Buys A Lie Detector Robot That Slaps People Who Lie But He Never Expected This

Alex Scotts's Photos of Los Angeles Without Cars are A Little Bit Freaky

There's one experience in major American cities that you are almost guaranteed to have – a nice, long wait in traffic. Los Angeles's highways are no …

Is adaptive better than responsive design?

If you have been remotely listening to the Web design conversation in the past five years, one phrase keeps coming up – responsive Web design. By now, you are probably designing every one of your site outlines with a responsive framework.<p>But some of the talk is shifting to adaptive Web design. The …

Director Matthew Heineman: ‘Suddenly I was alone with my camera in the middle of this shootout’

For three decades, Mexico’s drug lords have terrorised the country. New documentary Cartel Land tells the story from the inside, exposing the meth labs, the torture, the corruption – and the government collusion<p>One must hope that audiences appreciate the extraordinary scene with which the …

Mexico

17 Faces Anyone Who Watches Anime Will Recognize

Just leave me alone so I can argue about sub versus dub.

A Hilarious Collection of CSS Puns & Jokes

Most web design languages tend to be quite sober. We can’t help that; we’re very serious about what we do. HTML. PHP. JavaScript. Not even a little …

Making a Single Page App Without a Framework

The idea behind single page applications (SPA) is to create a smooth browsing experience like the one found in native desktop apps. All of the …

Software Engineering

Digital life hack: Turn your old phone into a security camera

In these days of nonstop hacking, phishing and data breaches, it's easy to forget that regular old burglars are still lurking around to steal from your home. That's why I'm a big fan of home security systems, especially ones that let you watch your home from a distance and alert you when someone …

Six Moves to a Six-Pack

These are the best core exercises you've never done, and they'll reveal the abs you never knew you had

Fairy Tail Manga's Tartaros Arc to End in January

Hiro Mashima's latest story arc to get anime adaptation<p>This year's seventh issue of Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine is announcing on Wednesday that …

AT&T joins Verizon in claiming Title II status when it helps them financially

nbcbayarea<p>As we have discussed on a number of different occasions, broadband companies (wired and wireless) continue to publicly blast the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for trying to classify their companies under the umbrella of Title II. Meanwhile, all Title II does is simply give the …

Customers

The Coolest Car Tech We Saw At CES 2015

Wearables and gesture controls are dazzling, but the most useful automotive innovations at CES are far more practical.<p>Automakers invaded the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a record 10 manufacturers showing off wares. Among the innovations showcased were smart watches that unlock …

Car Tech

Unexpected Life Found In The Ocean's Deepest Trench

The Mariana Trench cuts a 1,500-mile incision in the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near the island of Guam. That's where an international team of scientists has just spent over a month sending probes down to the deepest place on Earth.<p>The scientists were stunned by the amount of life they found …

Marvel and DC supers battle it out in this epic fan trailer

Multiverse or not, the likelihood of Marvel's best taking on DC's best in a movie is pretty unlikely.<p>But that didn't stop YouTuber Alex Luthor from creating a fun video using clips from official movies and television shows of a bunch of heroes to make it look like they're in heated battle. Thor …

Department Of Defense Tests A Bullet That Can Steer

Precision on the smallest scale<p>Since the first gun appeared on a battlefield, bullets have dealt death in straight lines. As the shortest distance between two points, lines are great, but they mean enemies can hide behind walls or buildings and not get hit, a clearly undesirable prospect for anyone …

U.S. Dept. of Defense

The Insane $11 Billion Scam at Retailers’ Return Desks

A Gameboy with a sardine can inside. A printer stuffed with a piñata. ‘Return fraud’ is costing retailers billions—and the ingenious swindles are …