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This deep sea snail is covered in spikes, has purple blood and lives in the most extreme ocean environments. So of course the scientists that discovered it had to name it after their favorite punk rocker, Joe Strummer of The… Read more ›

The iOS Health app can keep track of your movement, steps, and fitness throughout the day, and it works really great with the new iPhones… most of the time, at least. But sometimes you can open Health app and rather than seeing a chart of your fitness activity for that day, week, or month, you’ll … Read More

What does the bacon above have in common with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have in common? Both were created with 3D animation software called Houdini by Toronto-based Side Effects Software. The newest release is coming next month, and, as you… Read more ›

It’s not just you: Instagram is broken

Have you been noticing some weird problems with your Instagram feed today, like pictures not showing up? You’re not alone, says Instagram, which notified users this morning that it is experiencing some issues, but a fix is in the works.… Read more ›

Many Mac users go with the full sized Apple wired keyboard rather than a wireless keyboard so that they can have a dedicated number keypad on their keyboard. Sometimes that numeric pad seems to randomly stop working though, and suddenly numbers don’t type at all, which can be frustrating to say the least. To further … Read More

Many Mac users go with the full sized Apple wired keyboard rather than a wireless keyboard so that they can have a dedicated number keypad on their keyboard. Sometimes that numeric pad seems to randomly stop working though, and suddenly numbers don’t type at all, which can be frustrating to say the least. To further … Read More

Star Wars looks like it’s in good hands. The first teaser trailer for J.J. Abrams’ upcoming The Force Awakens has been released, and it’s sure to make your jaw drop. What’s that random guy dressed as a stormtrooper doing in… Read more ›

If you were a child of the 1980’s, you probably have a few fond memories. One of them would undoubtedly be playing rad video games on your Nintendo Entertainment System. The NES controller was, in particular, a joy to use.… Read more ›

Almost two decades after Apple shuttered its Newton MessagePad platform, a new video compares the device’s handwriting recognition to today’s touchscreen-based typing on the iPhone. The fact that you had to plug your Newton into your Mac to manually transfer… Read more ›

Apple’s mission to replace your wallet with Apple Pay began just last week with support from over 200,000 stores in the U.S., but merchants have already launched a war against the new payments platform that’s trying to make shopping easier for customers.… Read more ›