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These Coffee-Infused Cocktails Are the Hair of the Dog You've Been Looking For
Standard remedies for a hangover are generally limited to greasy food, a strong cup of coffee, or more booze. Order those mozzarella sticks from bed, because we’ve got the other two covered. You can thank us later.Read
Ancient Insects Had Some Pretty Funky Camo
New evidence shows that insects were using camouflage to hide from their predators as many as 100 million years ago—and wow did these ancient bugs ever employ some strange forms of deception. Read more...
Baby Turtles Getting Hypnotized For Science Is So Cute It Hurts
Baby sea turtles don’t really need our help being adorable, but remarkably, scientists have figured out a way to make the tiny shelled reptiles even more mind-numbingly cute: by hypnotizing them.Read more...
Oculus Backtracks on DRM and Allows the HTC Vive to Play Rift Games Again 
Games exclusivity is common place for consoles. Master Chief is on Xbox and Nathan Drake is on PS4. That’s the way it is. But for VR, many fans and developers want things to be more open, so
And Now the Important News: How the Brexit Will Impact Game of Thrones
Winter is coming, but the Brexit is already here—the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union. Economists are worried. Scientists are worried. Adam from Manchester is worried, and also a complete buffoon. But so are Game of
Self-Expanding Curtain Makes Your Shower Feel Like a Spacious Luxury Spa
The tiny bathtub shower crammed into your equally tiny apartment probably feels like a claustrophobic nightmare every morning. But the Curvi’s an easy way to make it feel larger, spacious, and almost luxurious—without having to knock down
Hungry Scientists Will Soon Eat a Vegetable Grown in Martian Soil
Artist’s concept of Martian settlement (Image: NASA) For two years, researchers have been farming
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FBI moves to keep its Tor hacking tool secret
In the legal back-and-forth surrounding the FBI's hack and subsequent arrest of 1,500 users of a dark web child pornography site called Playpen, the FBI has now moved to classify the Tor Browser exploit they used, Motherboard
Judge says the FBI can hack your computer without a warrant
The FBI did not need a warrant to hack a US citizen's computer, according to a ruling handed down on Tuesday by Senior US District Court Judge Henry Coke Morgan, Jr. If the decision is upheld, it
The clownish fight over who hacked the DNC
A war of words has erupted over whether the DNC hack was an act of espionage by the Russian government, between soundbite-ready security firm CrowdStrike and a lone hacker who's unkindly claiming credit. And the conspiracy theory
NASA tasks the Hubble Telescope with five more years of service
Despite its successor launching in 2018, NASA is extending duty for the Hubble Space Telescope for another five years. The imaging spacecraft will continue to capture breathtaking photos from orbit until 2021 with the Space Telescope Science
This DJI Phantom 3 drone hit a Quebec woman in the head
Picture this: You're out enjoying a sporting event, just minding your own business. All of a sudden a 2.7-pound DJI Phantom 3 drone falls from the sky and beans you squarely in the head. What do you
Genes, germs and bacon: A look inside my own DNA
There are times in your life when bad news smashes into your gut like a sledgehammer into the solar plexus. "You've got those double dots next to your CYP1A2*F, which means that we class you as a
Tune in to watch President Obama and Mark Zuckerberg live at 1:45 PM ET
This afternoon, President Obama will meet with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and a panel of other young entrepreneurs at the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit on Stanford's campus in Palo Alto. While the discussion is scheduled to focus
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Tweetbot Adds Timeline Filters to Give Your Full Control Over Your Twitter Feed
iOS: Tweetbot got an update today with a new feature called timeline filters. It allows you set up filters of specific content to really tailor your feed to your needs.Read more...
Tips For The Steam Summer Sale
The Steam Summer Sale is in full swing , which means deals out the proverbial wazoo. Here are some things to keep in mind if you want to come away with plenty of games and a not
These Workouts Will Help You Stay Fit After the Apocalypse
“Unfortunately, when chaos erupts, you won’t be able to access your local gym or counsel with a personal trainer,” writes Jesse at Fallout Fitness. He’s created a minimal-equipment routine that puts a post-apocalyptic spin on the always
Save $15 On Practically Any $75 Order on eBay, Including Gift Cards
From now until 5PM PT (8PM ET), eBay is taking $15 off any $75 order (with a few exclusions) when you check out with Paypal and use code CSUMMERFUN2016 at checkout. That includes gift cards (other than
The Key to the Smoothest, Easiest Caramel Ever Is Cream of Tartar
Caramel is an amazing thing. It’s the Maillard reaction in play, and it turns simple sugar into something complex and delicious. This video from Bon Appetit shows you the secret to making the smoothest, silkiest caramel ever:
YouTube Adds Live Streaming to Its Mobile App
Live video has been available on YouTube for years, but you’ve only been able to broadcast from your desktop browser. That’s about to change, as Youtube is launching live streaming in their mobile app today.Read more...
Logitech's Anywhere Mouse MX Is Priced to Move
Today only, Logitech’s excellent Anywhere Mouse MX is down to just $28, within a few pennies of the best price we’ve ever seen. This thing will work on any surface, including glass, so if you’re rolling with
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New Google Phone Cases Take Customization to the Next Level
This is my Live Case. There are many like it, but this one is mine. The post New Google Phone Cases Take Customization to the Next Level
6 Things the HTC 10 Gets Right—And 4 It Gets Wrong
Its a sensible new Android phone with some head-scratching flaws. The post 6 Things the HTC 10 Gets Right—And 4 It Gets Wrong appeared first on
The iPad Pro’s Killer Display Proves Pixels Ain’t Everything
And it may be coming soon to an iPhone near you. The post The iPad Pros Killer Display Proves Pixels Aint Everything appeared first on WIRED.
MightyTV Is Like Tinder, Only It Sets You Up With Movies
MightyTV is trying to use machine learning to figure out what you like, and what that means. The post MightyTV Is Like Tinder, Only It Sets
Amazon’s New Kindle Oasis Is the Fanciest-Pantsiest E-Reader Ever
For $289, you get the best thing this side of paperback. The post Amazons New Kindle Oasis Is the Fanciest-Pantsiest E-Reader Ever appeared first on WIRED.
A Very Careful Hands-On With Hasselblad’s New $26,000 Medium-Format Camera
Available in 100-megapixel and 50-megapixel versions, Hasselblads new flagship medium-format cameras are loaded with cutting-edge tech. The post A Very Careful Hands-On With Hasselblads New $26,000 Medium-Format
The HTC 10 Is a Nice Phone—That’s All We Have to Say About It
Once upon a time, HTC was on top of the smartphone world. Or at least solidly in the upper middle class. The post
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ATM skimmer caught in the wild by a real security engineer
 Whoda thunk it? A tourist/cybersecurity expert Benjamin Tedesco was hanging out in Vienna when he walked up to an ATM. Because he trusts no one he decided to give the reader
Oculus removes hardware DRM that locked games onto its headset
 An Oculus update posted today quietly removes a feature that blocked Oculus software from being played on other headsets — something that the community has been up in arms about for
A running tab of what tech people think about whether we’re living in a simulation
 Are we living in a simulation? For whatever reason, this is a hot topic in Silicon Valley these days. It all more or less started when Tesla Motors
Facial recognition systems stumble when confronted with million-face database
 We’re all a bit worried about the terrifying surveillance state that becomes possible when you cross omnipresent cameras with reliable facial recognition — but a new study suggests that some of
The Nintendo 64 turns 20 today
 It was on June 23, 1996 that the Nintendo 64 made its debut — in Japan, that is. We wouldn’t see it on this side of the Pacific for
Great ports we have loved
 As we approach a new era in computing in which thinner, lighter, and presumably more hostile devices become the norm, let’s look back on some ports we have all known and
Xiaomi’s newest gadget is a foldable electric bicycle that costs $450
 Is there anything that China’s Xiaomi doesn’t sell? The company best-known for its affordable but high-quality smartphones recently announced its first drone, right after launching a smart rice cooker, and now
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Fujifilm Instax SP-2 Rumored For June 27 Announcement
If you’re after portability/mobility when it comes to printing photos, the Fujifilm Instax SP-1 printer is a pretty decent option.
More Efficient Micro LED Panels Rumored For 2017’s Apple Watch
As it stands, the Apple Watch is more or less the only product from Apple that uses an OLED display, although if
Nimb Is A Panic Button That Is Disguised As A Ring
It is unfortunate that we live in a world where there are some men who think that they have the right to attack women who reject their unwanted advances. Such is the case of 41-year old Ekaterina Romanovskaya, who 16
Apple Adds RAW Support To OS X For 15 DSLR Cameras
For professional photographers, shooting in RAW during an assignment is almost always the standard operating procedure. For those who aren’t professionals, the reason for
Nintendo Exec Would Like To See Another Multiplayer Zelda Game
The Legend of Zelda franchise has been single-player for the most part. The only time there has been multiplayer is either when you play as Link or Zelda during Super
Counter-Strike Player Sues Valve Over Alleged Gambling
Back in the days when Counter-Strike was still new-ish, stuff like spray paints were simply a way to taunt your enemies or
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Is Not Giftable During The Summer Sale
As you might have heard, the Steam Summer Sale of 2016 is currently underway. Users will be able to buy all sorts of games and even gift games to their friends if
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Deal Of The Day: 26% Off On Armour Charge Steel Charging Cable (2 Meter)
How many iPhone cables have you had to replace? Admit it, they suck. So if you’re going to be dropping some cash on a replacement cable, or if you just
Gallium, The Melt-in-your-Hands Metal That You Can Buy
It’s kind of safe too, or at the very least, it’s safer than playing with Mercury. Gallium is a metal whose melting point is at 29.76 °C (85.56 °F), below
Smart Toothbrush Promises To Speed Brushing Up Significantly
No one genuinely enjoys brushing their teeth, it’s just something you do because you have to. At least that’s how we feel about it. But if the tedium of having
New Service Texts Game Of Throne Spoilers To Your Enemies
Someone piss you off lately? There’s lots of things you can do to get back at them, but none of these more cruel than using Spoiled.io on them. It’s a
3 Top Rated Gaming Monitors
While gaming processors and GPUs get a lot of attention, your gaming monitor is still very important when it comes to your experience: If you haven’t upgraded to 4K yet
OhGizmo! Review: The Cobra JumPack
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cobra for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. I consider myself an avid driver, even perhaps an automotive enthusiast. 
Deal Of The Day: 40% Off On REMXD On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones
You guys seem to have enjoyed the FRESHeBUDS Bluetooth Earbuds we wrote about the other day. The were $30 Bluetooth buds, which is a great price point for that sort
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