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Dive Deep With the Men Clearing Cambodia’s Bombs by Hand

Cambodia's elite salvage diving team plunges up to 100 feet below the river's surface to search for explosives. The post Dive Deep With the Men

The US May Finally Get a Cheap Alternative to the $70 Million V-22 Osprey

For less than a third the price of each $70 million Osprey, the Army will get nearly the same performance from the V-280 Valor. The

See Turf dancing in 360 degrees with 100 GoPros – CNET

Dancers show off all their moves from every angle in a new video created by GoPro in collaboration with an Oakland-based dance group.

Space Photos of the Week: The Orion Nebula Is Getting Pretty Deep, Man

Space photos of the week, July 10—16, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: The Orion Nebula Is Getting Pretty Deep, Man appeared first

Google to host indie game developers conference in SF in September – CNET

Free event will offer chance to showcase games, network and win prizes, such as tickets to Google I/O 2017.

Gorgeous New Book Preaches the Gospel of Brutalist Architecture

Brutalism is beautiful. Honest. The post Gorgeous New Book Preaches the Gospel of Brutalist Architecture appeared first on WIRED.

Stars Who Look Like Pokemon — Gotta Catch ’em All! (PHOTO GALLERY)

Take a break from wrangling Pokemon to see which Hollywood stars should be added to the app ... GO! through the gallery and see which

Creepy Celebrity Portraits Made From Other People’s Faces

Look closely. That's not *really* Michael Jackson. The post Creepy Celebrity Portraits Made From Other People’s Faces appeared first on WIRED.

The MIT Physicists Who Infused Ghostbusters With Real Science

Janet Conrad and Lindley Winslow aren't just in the same profession as Kristen Wiig's character—they're the source of some of the movie's best props. The

The Weird Nothingness Across the Street From Famous Monuments

See what happens when you photograph the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China, and the White House the wrong way around. The post The

The Brutally Secretive Life of the Racing Tire

In the world of motorsports, even things as seemingly simple as tires are worth serious protection. The post The Brutally Secretive Life of the Racing

The NBA’s New Shot Clock Is One Slick, Smart Ticker

Made by Tissot, a new transparent 24-second clock with touchscreen controls will be installed in every NBA arena. The post The NBA's New Shot Clock

Travel the Solar System Aboard a Train That Never Stops

The Solar Express is a conceptual space train that would ferry humans, supplies, and minerals around our solar system. The post Travel the Solar System

Gawk at the Inner Workings of France’s Pre-War Classic Cars

The Mullin Automotive Museum invited visitors to gawk at the inner workings of its collection of French vehicles. The post Gawk at the Inner Workings

B&O’s First Wireless Earphones Are Clever Little Devils

Bang and Olufsen was late to the neckbud game, but it doesn't show. The post B&O's First Wireless Earphones Are Clever Little Devils appeared first

Review: Sony PS-HX500 Turntable

Somebody finally got serious and made a decent turntable with plug-and-play hi-res digital recording capability. Rejoice. The post Review: Sony PS-HX500 Turntable appeared first on

Stunning Aerials Let You See #ALLtheTULIPS

David Burdeny proves the best way to see thousands of flowers is from the sky. The post Stunning Aerials Let You See #ALLtheTULIPS appeared first

Here’s How Sad You Look When You Eat Lunch at Your Desk

A tribute to office drones and take out everywhere. The post Here’s How Sad You Look When You Eat Lunch at Your Desk appeared first

A House of the Future You Might Actually Want to Live In

Sharing much more than the rent with speculative housing models. The post A House of the Future You Might Actually Want to Live In appeared

One of These Images Is a Rembrandt. The Other Is Made of Stock Images

This artist made a mind blowing re-creation of Rembrandt's famous oil painting using just stock imagery. The post One of These Images Is a Rembrandt.

Check Out Mondo’s Incredible New Pop-Culture Infographics

The Austin art gallery's latest show, Info•Rama, features prints of infographics highlighting events, objects, and characters in film and television. The post Check Out Mondo's

Maglev Elevator Also Goes Sideways, Straight Up Willy Wonka Style

Willy Wonka goes subway, for accessibility’s sake. The post Maglev Elevator Also Goes Sideways, Straight Up Willy Wonka Style appeared first on WIRED.

I Spent a Week Yelling at Siri in Apple’s Latest OS, Sierra

The Mac's best new feature looks and sounds a little familiar. The post I Spent a Week Yelling at Siri in Apple's Latest OS, Sierra

See How Three Kids Remade Raiders of the Lost Ark Shot for Shot

Back in the 1980s, three Mississippi kids set out to remake an Indiana Jones movie. Here are the storyboards and costume sketches they used to

Lenovo Builds the First of a Whole New Breed of Smartphone

Lenovo's new phone marks the first time Tango's ever been integrated into a device meant for humans, not developers. The post Lenovo Builds the First

Go Inside the Workshop of the Custom Sneaker King

Where the kicks are custom and the python rules the jungle. The post Go Inside the Workshop of the Custom Sneaker King appeared first on

24 Tons of Towering Stone, Held Together With Compression

The 24-ton Armadillo Vault uses no glue, no mortar, no hidden substructure to ensure it doesn't collapse. Instead, it usest really smart

Unraveling the Mystery of the Ocean’s Twilight Zone

A new exhibit shows off the undersea creatures who populate one of the most mysterious, poorly understood parts of the ocean. The post Unraveling the

Hong Kong’s Last Neon Lights Still Look Totally Blade Runner

Hong Kong was once flooded with the ambient glow of reds, oranges and blues neon lights. But the city's iconic signage is starting to disappear.

These Exotic Creatures Love Their New Photoshopped Homes

Elephants, tigers, hyenas, and more roam digital landscapes. The post These Exotic Creatures Love Their New Photoshopped Homes appeared first on WIRED.

This 24-Hour Clock Will Help You Slow Down

Today is a clock that tells time in 24-hour intervals. The post This 24-Hour Clock Will Help You Slow Down appeared first on WIRED.

Father’s Day Gift Guide: 21 Presents for 21 Types of Dad

Your dad always insists he's a man who has everything. But really, that's just modesty. The post Father's Day Gift Guide: 21 Presents for 21

One of the World’s First Aircraft Comes Back to Life (Bowtie Included)

German researchers have recreated the glider flown by aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal. The post One of the World’s First Aircraft Comes Back

Ever Wonder What Hand Models Look Like? Sure You Do

Go behind the scenes of the industry nobody thinks about. And learn how to peel a banana. The post Ever Wonder What Hand Models Look

It’s OK if You Don’t Understand the Billboards of Silicon Valley

Anywhere else in the world, the billboards lining Silicon Valley's major thoroughfare would seem more like roadside Dada than a legit attempt at advertising The

Terrapattern is Like a Search Engine for Satellite Imagery

Artists have created a tool that helps you uncover patterns found in satellite images The post Terrapattern is Like a Search Engine for Satellite Imagery

Hopscotch Teaches Kids to Code Without That Pesky Command Line

Hopscotch, the maker of the popular coding app for iPad, is now helping kids code on the iPhone. The post Hopscotch Teaches Kids to Code

The Snowy Graveyards Where Soviet Subs and Planes Go to Die

Apocalyptic photos of once-glorious technology now sitting empty and abandoned. The post The Snowy Graveyards Where Soviet Subs and Planes Go to Die appeared first

Hack, Hustle, Nap, Repeat: Life as a Young Techie in San Francisco

Laura Morton photographs the gutsy, young upstarts of San Francisco. There's plenty of VR, hackatons and even "cuddle puddles." The post Hack, Hustle, Nap, Repeat:

Space Photos of the Week: A Neon Nebula Struts Its Stuff

Space photos of the week, May 15 - 21, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: A Neon Nebula Struts Its Stuff appeared first
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