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Five tips for the new Google Maps on Android

Checking out the new version of Google Maps and noticing some new features, but also some missing ones? Here's five quick tips to help you navigate the new interface.<p>After promising that Maps would receive a face lift and some new features at Google I/O, the app is finally delivering the goods. …

Maps

Slap, scratch, curse — why do mosquitoes love me (and not you)?

Advertisement<p>6 Comments<p>Credit: dr relling<p>You’ve been there. At the beach. At a picnic. Playing volleyball. And the mosquitoes can’t get enough of you …

Lamborghini Countach 5000S

Life in the whips-and-chains lane.<p>From the December 1983 Issue of <b>Car and Driver</b><p>You shouldn't have this car. Nobody should have this car. That's obvious from what happens to people when they are exposed to it. On the freeway, fellow motor­ists tuck into your blind spot, watching from where they …

Sports Cars

Super Sleeper: 2013 Audi S8 Sampled on World's Fastest Car Show

What super sleeper German executive sedan is faster from 0-60 mph than the likes of the Lexus LFA, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT, Aston Martin Vanquish, and Ferrari FF? As we already know, and Justin Bell finds out on the latest episode of <i>The World’s Fastest Car Show</i>, it’s the 2013 Audi S8.<p>This week’s …

Audi

Monsters of the Deep: Jellyfish Threaten the World's Seas

Jellyfish infestations along beaches worldwide are troubling tourists and scientists alike. It is a creature that thrives on over-fishing and …

For a Second-Hand Clock, It's First in Reliability

A new atomic clock may be used to redefine the second.<p><b>A team of physicists at the Paris Observatory has been testing an advanced form of atomic clock that is so accurate it can measure time to within a single second in 300 million years. The clock could one day be used to redefine the second itself.</b><p>…