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The world's first cyborg Olympics is coming

A group of scientists in Europe want to know if electronically enhanced humans have an unfair advantage over regular people – beyond night vision and a skeleton made of steel of course.<p>The cyborg Olympics, or Cybathlon as it has been dubbed, will take place in Zurich this October. Its aim is to …

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10-Second Pranks You Need To Try On April Fools'<p>The Impractical Jokers have NOTHING on these.<p>Matt LeBlanc Slams Friends Reunion and The Difference …

This clever design firm is open sourcing its rejected logos so startups can use them for free

Fairpixels is giving startups a helping hand, and open sourcing rejected logos for anyone to use.<p>The company, which is a pay-what-you-can-afford design firm, says it has “unused logo design proposals piling up on our hard drives,” so it’s just giving them away, and will be freeing more designs up …

Google's new site lets engineers tell the backstory of some of its best products

You know what Google does as a company, but do you know how they do all of it? Probably not, but there’s now a website where Google software engineers can tell their stories, and give us better insight on the inner workings in Mountain View.<p>Called bar.foo, the name itself suggests it’s meant for …

A physical vault for your digital passwords? Eh?

For most of us, a password manager is a perfectly acceptable way of keeping all your access codes in one-safe place. But for the people behind Vaulteq, this just isn’t secure <i>enough</i>.<p>That’s why they’ve come up with the world’s first plug n’ play password manager. In other words, they’ve made a …