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World’s First iDevice Jailbreak Convention MyGreatFest Will Be Organized In London

Posted: 01 May 2011 03:40 AM PDT

The world's first iDevice jailbreaking convention, MyGreatFest is being held in London on September 17th, 2011. MyGreatFest will bring together aspiring jailbreakers on one platform.

Kate and William: After the Wedding


This official photo, taken shortly after the wedding -- but before the two kisses on the balcony -- features the bridesmaids and page boys posing in Buckingham Palace's Throne Room. Who's who: Prince William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with (clockwise from bottom right) The Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Miss Eliza Lopes, Miss Grace van Cutsem, Lady Louise Windsor, Master Tom Pettifer, Master William Lowther-Pinkerton,

Chicago Bulls' Tom Thibodeau wins NBA Coach of the Year Award

Posted: 01 May 2011 02:19 AM PDT

Tom Thibodeau will be presented with the NBA Coach of the Year award Sunday afternoon, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.

Cleveland's New City Health Bans: No Smoking Outside and No Trans Fats Inside

Posted: 01 May 2011 02:17 AM PDT

When you think of healthy cities where does your mind normally wander? Portland, San Francisco, or maybe somewhere in Colorado. But Cleveland, that's certainly not what comes to my mind. But that could soon change considering the steps that Cleveland...

Apple to Roll Out New iMacs?

Posted: 01 May 2011 06:12 AM PDT

If rumors are true, Apple will refresh its line of iMacs on Tuesday, May 3, adding the latest Intel Core i5/i7 processors and that new Thunderbolt port.

Teens ride a giant wiener to prom

Posted: 01 May 2011 01:53 AM PDT

L.D. Bell High School student Ben Ross recently survived a serious accident. On Saturday night, he still made it to his prom in the vehicle of his dreams — a giant hot dog.

The South's Devastating Tornadoes by the Numbers

Posted: 01 May 2011 03:38 AM PDT

The death toll climbs above 300 after terrifying storms ravage Alabama and other southern states. Here, a statistical snapshot of the damage.

FCC opens floor for public comment on AT&T / T-Mobile deal


Since the world's engineers haven't yet come up with a way to read minds over the internet (or at all, last we checked), we're not

Seven Ways to Be an Eco-Friendly (and Fabulous!)

Posted: 01 May 2011 01:39 AM PDT

While everyone has their own reasons for volunteering, the main motivating factor is usually the same—the desire to make a positive impact.

Must be some good shit (Video, NSFW language)

Posted: 01 May 2011 12:41 AM PDT

Get smoke like that blunt!

Terrifying Brown Spiders Moving North with Global Warming


The shy but deadly arachnids will relocate as temperatures change.

Nintendo patent reveals some very interesting tidbits (possibly) pertaining to next console

Posted: 01 May 2011 01:15 AM PDT

The point here is that we've essentially confirmed a lot of the speculation that a 3DS-like device would be used to control Café, and can break off from being just a controller to play games on its own.

California's Prison Academy - Better Than a Harvard Degree?

Posted: 01 May 2011 03:20 AM PDT

If you want to earn big bucks & retire young, you're better off becoming a prison guard in California than going to the Ivy League. So this is one reason there is a vested reason for not legalizing marijuana, think of all the guards that will be out of benefits & jobs. Where are your tax dollars going to?

Sony Apologises for Breach, Boosts Security

Posted: 01 May 2011 02:24 AM PDT

Sony on Sunday apologised for a security breach that compromised millions of users, and said it could not rule out the possibility that credit card information was stolen.

Five Awesome Long Take Scenes in Movies (VIDEO)

Posted: 30 Apr 2011 09:40 PM PDT

The long take, or long shot, is when a long sequence of film is made without stopping the camera. The effect can be used to evoke a huge array of emotions and actions. This too has actually been used in Hollywood for quite a while but it was so revolutionary at the beginning that it took some getting used to before it really took off in the mainstream.

Android Helping Handset Makers Who Embraced it Early

Posted: 30 Apr 2011 08:24 PM PDT

Android proves that iOS isn't the only game in town; it's the common thread among companies such as HTC, Motorola, LG, Samsung and Sony Ericsson. While Android adoption has helped all five companies, those who embraced Android fully and early on have reaped the biggest benefits.

Can Psychedelic Politics Ride Out The Coming Storm?

Posted: 30 Apr 2011 05:09 PM PDT

The radical right has been fighting a successful culture war against all things 60's and 70's. Earth day and its legislative outcomes are under especially intense attack, for example. An hallucinatory contact high among these Warriors has them attempting to spin the clock back far enough to re-ignite a Cuyahoga River fire, reconstituting 1969 unemployment levels (approximately 3.5%). A fabulous bit of magical thinking, eh?

PSN Credit Cards May Be Up For Sale; Sony Hints At Compensation


Even as Sony continues to struggle with bringing the PlayStation Network (PSN) back online, there are rumours that credit card numbers gleaned in the attack are already available for purchase. According to Kevin Stevens, senior threat researcher at Trend Micro, various parties are already offering sections of the database up for sale. One...

he Rise Of Smartphone Snooping & How To Check For It

Posted: 01 May 2011 12:02 AM PDT

Modern devices are essentially tiny PCs that also make phone calls, and the potential negative effects of Smartphone snooping could be much worse. Smartphones transmit location data and store lists of everyone you know, along with their phone numbers. Obviously, this information shouldn't be in the wrong hands, but what can you do to prevent Smartphone snooping?

Ever seen a bird that feeds on baby crocodiles?

Posted: 30 Apr 2011 05:38 PM PDT

Now you have. By the time you're able to pull away from its gaze and ask, What the hell is that?... ...it's already too late. The Balaeniceps rex is

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