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Man Builds Home for $11,000 Using Local Found Materials

Kayaking instructor and boatbuilder Brian Schulz embarked on an ambitious construction project that took him about a year and a half to complete. The end result is a beautiful home in the woods that cost only $11,000! Inspired by Japanese architecture, the <i>Japanese Forest House</i> (as Schulz aptly …

Leonardo DiCaprio Recalls the Time He Was Almost Eaten by a Shark

A wolf is no match for a shark.<p>But luckily, Leonardo DiCaprio survived a close encounter with a great white a few years back after getting caught in …

Did Polaroid Screw Up The Real-Life Instagram Camera?

Polaroid copies Instagram copying Polaroid, poorly.<p>Polaroid’s story over the past decade or so has been an ironic one, to say the least. Buffeted on all sides by cheap digital cameras and smartphones, the instant camera maker opted to stop production of its iconic analog camera and instant film …

Mobile Photography

Chris Kaman: 'Same Sh*t, New City' When Asked About Playing for Lakers

It's like Chris Kaman never left the Dallas Mavericks.<p>Kaman didn't play during the Los Angeles Lakers' 110-97 loss in Dallas, and per the <i>Dallas Morning News</i>' Brad Townsend, people noticed:<p>There's no way Kaman was referencing his first nine years in the league, when he was a prominent part of both …

Basketball

The 6.8-inch Hisense X1 smartphone is basically a tablet and it's coming to the US this summer (updated: video)

There's big, there's <i>b-i-g</i> and then there's "oh my god, are you [redacted] kidding me this is [redacted] BIG!" That's pretty much how we felt when we first laid our eyes and outstretched hand on Hisense's X1, a 6.8-inch Android smartphone first introduced at this year's CES. You wouldn't be wrong …