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This Animation Teaches You More About Physics Than High School Ever Did

It's a shame I never paid attention in physics class because outside of Walter White's school of chemistry, physics might be the coolest type of …

11 Hidden Windows Secrets and Tricks

11 Windows Tips and Tricks<p>1. Select and Focus Taskbar Applications<p>2. Copy, Paste or Undo a File Move<p>3. Tile Windows<p>4. Open an Application<p>5. Manage …

Highlight Reel: The Best Stephen Colbert Episode Ever?

When his featured guests, the band Daft Punk, bailed on him at the last minute.<p>It was supposed to be the TV event of the century: Stephen Colbert’s …

10 Browser Extensions to Streamline Your Workflow

In today's tech-inundated society, downloading a bunch of apps and tools to help make your life easier can actually take a lot of time and even …

The Pixar Theory: Every Character Lives in the Same Universe

<i>Jon Negroni spent one year untangling the secret world hidden deep within Pixar films. This thesis (printed in full below) originally appeared on his</i> …

NTSB Intern 'Erroneously' Confirmed Racist Asiana Pilot Names To KTVU Station

The Bay Area TV station read the racist crew names on air: Captain Sum Ting Wong, Wi Tu Lo, Ho Lee Fuk, and Bang Ding Ow.<p>Here's the full statement:<p>The National Transportation Safety Board apologizes for inaccurate and offensive names that were mistakenly confirmed as those of the pilots of Asiana …

"Bubble Soccer" Brilliantly Combines Soccer And Bubble Wrap

It's sumo wrestling mixed with soccer.

iOS 7: Catch Me if You Can

In 2007, Apple released a mobile OS that was a generation ahead. It centered around hardware-accelerated touch animations, tracking your fingers so …

Will the latest NSA surveillance scandal be a wake-up call about the power of data?

Remember when the <i>New York Times</i> tried to make that whole, your-cell-phone-is-a-tracking-device idea happen? Well, it seemed that most of the …

The Internet of Things: In action

<i>The following is a guest post by Lauren Fisher of Simply Zesty.</i><p>By 2015, six billion objects in the world will be connected to the internet. While it may seem tricky to grasp as a concept, the internet of things is nothing simpler, and more stunning, than objects being connected to the internet. At …

Why Going Home At 5:30 Brings In Top Talent

Selina Tobaccowala was talented: She founded eVite–which still sends more than 3 million invitations per month–while she was at Stanford. Then she went to Ticketmaster and ran product engineering. Dave Goldberg needed her to do the same for SurveyMonkey.<p>So how did SurveyMonkey–then a small …

The Biggest Hacks Of This Year Weren't Hacks — They Were Tricks

The modern hack isn't a "hack" at all: It's a lie, another lie, and some simple web design.<p>Yesterday, <i>The Onion</i>'s tech team penned a blog post explaining Monday's social media hack in elaborate detail. It lays out in plain language exactly out how employees were duped by the Syrian Electronic Army — …