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Google, Facebook, and Microsoft Team Up to Stop Another Heartbleed Google, Facebook, and Microsoft are teaming up to prevent another Heartbleed. Going undetected for a good two years, the Heartbleed bug threatened to reveal some of our most sensitive information. After researchers finally identified the bug earlier this
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Watch an Incredibly Complex Lego Machine Make Electronic Tunes A fantastically complex Lego machine that churns out mesmerizing electronic music.
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Intimate Photos Reveal the Day-to-Day Lives of Stormtroopers Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin likes to photograph Stormtroopers (OK, Stormtrooper action figures) doing day-to-day activities, from speeder bike stunts to battle-droid bullying.
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What Would Don Draper Make With a 3-D Printer? A series of ice sculptures that take the form of space shuttles, guitars, classical Japanese architecture, and Michelangelo's David.
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New World Trade Center Can Put on an App-Controlled Light Show The spire atop One World Trade Center contains more than 1,700 LEDs and a rotating beacon visible from as far as Connecticut.
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Angry Nerd: Why Exactly Is Parkour Not a Film Genre Yet? In Brick Mansions, parkour maestro David Belle shows off his wall-hurdling, window-jumping, roof-clambering skills. The movie is proof that parkour could be the greatest genre in cinema since the heyday of kung fu flicks. So why isn't Belle the new Bruce
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Science Graphic of the Week: 19th Century Shipwreck Found Near the Golden Gate Bridge On a foggy night in 1888, the passenger steamer City of Chester was headed out of San Francisco Bay when disaster struck. The 202-foot boat was rammed by a much larger steamer, the Oceanic, coming into the bay from Asia. Sixteen people died in the acciden
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Space Radiation Remains Major Hazard for Humans Going to Mars During a conference this week in Washington D.C., enthusiasts are attempting to rouse support for a manned mission to Mars sometime in the next two decades. NASA is there, as are many key players in the spaceflight community. But there continue to be majo
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Inside the DarkMarket Prototype, a Silk Road the FBI Can Never Seize The Silk Road, for all its clever uses of security protections like Tor and Bitcoin to protect the site's lucrative drug trade, still offered its enemies a single point of failure. When the FBI seized the server that hosted the market, the billion-dollar
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Work 2.0: A Web-Connected Sticky Note That Bosses You Around A productivity tool concept that combines the spatial immediacy of sticky notes with the encyclopedic recall of the web.
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