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John Glenn: A Life in Pictures

Space Shuttle

Vigil for Oakland Ghost Ship Victims: Pictures

Pearl Harbor, 75 Years Ago: Pictures

Military History

Project Ara's death is bad news for the weird side of Google

Last week, Google announced that it was killing Project Ara, the company's modular smartphone initiative. Ara was easily one of the coolest and strangest things Google was working on, but the project always felt like a bit of a longshot. In this world of carefully-built, sealed-up iPhones and …

Los Angeles

10 of the Wildest Car Spoilers and Wings Ever

Gloriously over the top.<p>Like all car enthusiasts, we love a big rear wing. Some of these generate real downforce, others are for show, but all are fantastic.

Sports Cars

The 22 unhealthiest, unhappiest, poorest, and most unsafe countries on Earth

Prosperity may mostly be used to talk about money, but the Legatum Institute thinks there is more to it than that.<p>It takes into account 89 different variables, ranging from indicators like a country's unemployment rate to asking citizens about how much political freedom they feel they have.<p>The data …

7 worst apps that violate your privacy

When you're browsing through the millions of apps available from the Apple and Android app stores, you'll notice that close to 98 percent of them are free to download. That's great if you're looking to fill up your gadget, but many free apps, and some paid ones, do come with a hidden price — your …

18 Maps That Will Change How You See The World

Including some disturbing news for America.<p>BuzzFeed is attempting to track down and embed all the original creators featured in this article. Please contact

Who Did This To Peru's Jungle?

Gold has been a blessing and a curse for Peru for centuries. In the 16th century, one of the first Spanish explorers to arrive, Francisco Pizarro, was so enthralled by the mineral riches that he took the Inca king hostage.<p>Pizarro demanded a room filled with gold for the release of the Atahualpa. …

South America

Anger and Wonder on Display at Expo 2015

Expo 2015 officially opened in Milan, Italy, on May 1. As visitors had their first views of pavilions and displays from countries and corporations around the world, thousands of "NoExpo" protesters took to the streets. They voiced anger about a wide range of issues, from the impact of …


Tech Q&A: Locating your phone, Facebook ad tracking, eBooks and more

<b>Find the exact location of any phone</b><p><b>Q.</b> I don't like the government or some company using my phone to track where I go. Will turning off the GPS be enough to keep me off the radar?<p><b>A.</b> GPS isn't the only way someone can track your phone. The way your cell provider tracks you is through cellular …

History of the Nexus family

“The Google phone is coming, the Google phone is coming!” Towards the end of 2009 the prospect of a Google-branded Android smartphone was lighting up the tech blogosphere. Google had already been selling the Android Dev Phone 1 to developers, but it was basically a SIM-free, unlocked HTC Dream. The …