On a recent trip back to her home country, Mayan Toledano, an Israeli-born and New York–based artist, photographed an intimate series of female Israeli soldiers. She was looking to redeem a small piece
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Porsche fans rejoice! Our spy photographers captured the Porsche 911 R for the very first time, and it looks like a true purist car. In these shots, the 911 R looks unassuming even as it passes by residential
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The most beautiful designs and the most promising technology that never made it to the road. Yesterday we asked you to name your favorite supercar concepts that should've made it to production. As always,
Apple computers have always been touted as more secure than other PCs because their firmware couldn’t be penetrated. Unfortunately, that’s no longer true, as a newly created self-replicating worm has Wired
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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. How many times have you seen an, “Ugh, I hate Mondays” post on social media? Or how about the classic “FML” status update? F**k your life?
Each week our friends at Backerjack highlight a cool crowdfunded gadget. This week we look at the Remix Mini, which has raised nearly 16 times its funding goal and is on track to surpass a million dollars.
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Kia is getting all set for this year's SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and among its vehicles is something that seems pretty mean. The Korean company is keeping details quiet about what's under the hood of what
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(Kozorez Vladislav via Shutterstock) Cops are increasingly using this legally murky tactic to scrutinize private citizens Simon Davis-Cohen September 23, 2014 11:45am (UTC) This article originally appeared
We all know that space is cramped on airplanes, but that doesn't mean that it's acceptable to put your feet on someone else's headrest, sprawl across a row of seats when they're already occupied, or walk
A multitude of opinions On August 29, Popular Science published a map of interceptor towers -- surveillance devices that masquerade as cell phone towers to intercept voice and data transmissions from cell
Environment Survival is anything but easy for the few dozen mountain lions living in the Santa Monica Mountains on the western edge of Los Angeles. Hemmed in by a fence of highways and speeding vehicles,
1. Redesign: 2020 Tokyo Olympic Stadium The team at London-based Zaha Hadid Architects is no stranger to Olympic architecture or earning a few medals of their own. The award-winning firm's London Aquatics