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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A Chinese woman was sent to a labor camp for retweeting. We discuss a new concept stoplight. A little grils hand is cut off and grafted to her foot to save it. The Stuxnet virus targeted ‘high-value Iranian assets.’ Wikipedia has raised the same amount of donations in a week that it took a month to raise in 2009. Google is preparing to launch G-Town. All this plus the Study of the Week and the debut of “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!” and the Fail of the Week.
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Chuck’s microphone is mistaken for a bomb by the TSA. Jailbreaking the iPhone has now been deemed legal. A vulnerability has been found in WPA2. DefCon badges let hackers do battle using digital ninjas. A Nigerian scammer gets the laptop he deserves. Scientists create an equation for the perfect handshake.
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