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Just say no to college! Why it’s the worst decision a young American can make

<b>John Belushi in "Animal House" (Universal)</b><p>For today’s grads, a job is no sure thing, but decades of debt may be. And don’t get me started on the “education”<p>Matt Saccaro<p>February 22, 2014 2:00pm (UTC)<p>Each autumn, millions of young Americans parade into colleges with cheap plastic furniture in tow, …

Moto G now available on Amazon, ships December 4

Motorola’s ultra-afordable Moto G finally became available in the United States earlier this week from the company’s website, and now the device is available via Amazon (via Android Central). The online retailer is selling the device in both 8GB and 16GB capacities for $179 and $199, …

The Weirdest Things Recently Found on Mars

Mars is a crazy place. In recent years we've discovered some of the strangest things on the Red Planet: ice spiders, Swiss cheese terrain, and …

22 Terrible Ways We Would Use Sci-Fi Technology

Space: The Real Reason We Don't Yet Live Among the Stars

The man in the photo below is Gene Cernan, the last human to walk on the moon. Cernan left the moon in December of 1972 – more than forty years ago – …

Obama administration petitions FCC to require carriers to unlock phones

The Obama administration, by way of the NTIA (National Telecommunications and Information Administration), today officially petitioned the FCC to …

Chromecast update brings a few 'maintenance' fixes

Google this morning announced an update to the Chromecast stick that'll roll out over the next week. It's calling this "largely a maintenance …

NVIDIA announces the Tegra Note

NVIDIA has taken the wraps off the Tegra Note this morning, making the device that's been slinking around various wireless certification sites …