CERN scientists successfuly captured “antimatter.” Scientists at the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies have created the world’s smallest battery. Magent buys the distribution rights to “Hobo Witha Shotgun.” A man changed his name to Captain Awesome, changes signature to a smiley face and two arrows. A self-healing polymer has been engineered to use light to rebuild itself. A man robbed a bank using a super realistic Hollywood mask. Glow in the dark toilet paper now available. Plus, the Fail of the Week.
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A Cambridge computer has identified the most boring day in history. A woman claims ownership of the sun. Netflix is willing to pay $100,000 per episode for new TV. Find out how quickly you can use up your Verizon LTE data allowance. A new burlesque show will desecrate your childhood. Root your Nook to turn it into a cheap Android tablet. All this and the Fail of the Week, the Study of the Week, and this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
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The TurBaconEpic: The most epic Thanksgiving meal you’ll ever see. A conceptual door knob that allows you to see who’s at the door. If an Android phone, a Windows Phone 7, and an iPhone 4 caught on fire, which would last longest? Google closed the Wave service, but is it dead? New underwear has been invented to protect your junk in the TSA full body scan. Netflix has begun to offer a streaming-only plan. Plus, the Study of the Week, the Fail of the Week, and this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
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