Thomas Filmer

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People Are Raving About This iPhone-Like Android Phone From China's Hottest Smartphone Company

The phone is less than a month old, but it already seems to be generating buzz among some tech bloggers who managed to get their hands on it.<p>The Mi4 comes with hardware that is impressive enough to go head to head with the likes of Apple and Samsung. It has a full HD 1080p 5-inch screen and a …

Most Popular DIY Projects of 2013

We cover a ton of DIY projects here on Lifehacker and they're easy to miss or forget about unless you're working on a project right then and there. …

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How to Recreate the 360-Degree Effect from ‘The Matrix’ Using One Camera and Mirrors

Mark Rober demonstrates how to recreate the 360-degree effect from <i>The Matrix</i> — which makes time appear to stop entirely — using a single camera and a …

Vu Ho loses fight against Greater Dandenong Council to keep his sheep Baa

The Court of Appeal ordered him to pay the Greater Dandenong Council's legal costs.<p>Mr Ho has said he is unemployed with no money or property and will …

The Best Android Launchers You Can Download Today

We love Android devices as much as the next person, but sometimes the vanilla Android experience leaves us wanting a little more. Thankfully, it’s possible to change the whole look and feel of your Android device with only the minimum of effort – and no need to root.<p>Android launchers, or home …

A pool with a difference. It used to be for workers at a coal mine complex in the German city of Essen that shut down in 1993. After plans to ship the machinery to China fell through, local authorities decided to preserve the buildings instead as a historic monument to industrialisation. In 2001 the complex was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. More of today's top world photos: http://ow.ly/nJC8R

Mysterious Dancing Lights In Afghanistan

This isn't a painting. It's not from a movie. It's not a strange astronomical event. This is real — what you can see when certain helicopters in Afghanistan touch down on sandy ground, raising dust, causing mysterious arcs of light to loop and dance through the air.<p>This doesn't always happen. "The …

Is SHARKNADO Possible?

Inside the Courtroom

Going to court is no laughing matter. But the Inside the Courtroom infographic from Livesay & Meyers balances seriousness with humor as it lays out …

100 Years Of Meteorites In An Interactive Image [Infographic]

More meteorites have crashed into Earth than you expect, probably<p>This interactive infographic, from designer Sebastian Sadowski, charts 100 years of meteorites, mapping them by where they fell and when. You can explore the number of meteorites that fell in India over the past century, then see how …

The World's Spookiest Weapons

Cyborg animals, psychotropics and flying lasers are just some of the terrifying weapons government labs have cooked up over the years<p>Atom bombs are just the beginning. In the last half-century, the greatest military minds on Earth have developed an arsenal of weapons to make mutually assured …

Sam Summer’s Cabin, South Island, New Zealand

Sam Summer’s Cabin, <b>South Island, New Zealand</b>.<p>Contributed by Chris Menig.

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