الأحد، 23 أغسطس 2015

Map pinpoints 30 million adulterers caught in AshleyMadison hack and 10 More

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Map pinpoints 30 million adulterers caught in AshleyMadison hack

Tecnilógica, a Madrid-based software development company, transformed data gleaned from the AshleyMadison hack into an interactive map.

Apple will finally replace blurry iPhone 6 Plus cameras

Apple launches iPhone 6 Plus camera replacement program

We attempted to recreate famous tech sounds and failed miserably [VIDEO]

Can you recreate the sweet, nostalgia-inducing sounds of AOL dialing up using just your voice?

7 dead after plane crashes onto major road at Shoreham Airshow

A single-passenger Hawker Hunter plane hit several cars as it crashed onto a road Saturday during the Shoreham air show in Brighton.

MIT unveils 3D printing with glass breakthrough

3D printing with plastic is so last century.

Spider-Man impersonator at Times Square: 'The naked people are the worst'

Naked performers and costumed panhandlers in Times Square might see their end if Mayor Bill de Blasio has his way.

Couple reaches the perfect compromise with a superhero wedding cake

A couple reached the perfect compromise on their wedding cake by marrying traditional style with superhero style.

In surprise twist, D.C. panda gives birth to twins

Giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth Saturday afternoon to two cubs.

Boat shoes are never, ever stylish

Your coolness just capsized.

Why Samsung still has a fighting chance in mobile

"The high end of Android isn't what it used to be." Such was the supposition posited to me by a longtime observer of the consumer electronics industry recently.

Giant red ball tastes sweet freedom, goes on a roll down a city street

Public art installation RedBall in Toledo, Ohio accidentally got knocked loose by strong storm winds and is causing havoc in the city.