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Denver Police Are Using a Nose Telescope to Sniff Out People's Weed

It's called a "nasal ranger".<p><i>Image via</i><p>Can you smell the sweet, pungent perfume of legalised marijuana over the horizon? On November 6, 2012, voters in Colorado and Washington passed Amendment 64 and Initiative 502, respectively, which allowed marijuana to be produced, sold and consumed by adults 21 …

Bun B Has A Great Story About The Time He Smoked Weed With Biggie

We should all be so lucky as to have an anecdote about smoking weed with Biggie. Unfortunately, we’re not all Bun B (you try making something as great as <i>Trill OG</i>), who shared his “toking with Brooklyn’s finst” tale on the Juan Epstein podcast. Complex Music has the full, must-read transcript, but …

Women: What They Say & What They Mean

Let’s face it – men can be idiots. As a man, I’ll be the first to admit that we often have no idea what a girl is trying to hint at. In fact, most of …

How to edit video in Photoshop CC and CS6

Learn how to make simple video edits using Adobe Photoshop CC or CS6 in this tutorial.<p>Did you know that you can edit video within Adobe's …

What’s inside Sony’s PlayStation 4: Upgradeable hard drive, 8GB fast memory, internal power

<i>Corrected 10:30 a.m. Pacific</i><p>This might be a first: Instead of waiting for gadget butchers* like iFixit to post their own disassembly videos, Sony, (working with <i>Wired</i>) has published its own teardown of its upcoming PlayStation 4 — before the new console even hits the streets. Check out the …

Geeking out young: gadgets and coding need to be core in US schools

Remember readin', 'riting and 'rithmatic? According to our Rethinking Education panelists, the three R's need to be joined by a "C" -- for computer science -- or the US risks getting run over by more progressive nations. That was the opinion of Rodrigo Arboleda from the One Laptop Per Child …