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A new app from first-time developer X4 Games sees you pitting your human wits against the natural world for survival.
Uh-oh. The "1 Percent" might just lead to the complete collapse of civilization, according to a study sponsored by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. But all hope is not lost.
To celebrate the triumphant return of Lister and co, we bring you the greatest gadgets and top technologies from the Red Dwarf universe.
The do-it-yourself approach to getting the lowdown on your ancestors may lead you down a series of blind alleys. An alternative to the high-end genealogical resources offered by Ancestry.com is the personal and affordable services of a mom-and-pop operation.
The biggest names in supervillian butt-kicking are turning their sights on famine, with DC's Justice League leaping into the fight.
Blaming a lack of progress on nuclear arms and climate change, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists puts humanity at five minutes before a dire midnight.
This week, both Facebook and Netflix--two indisputable leaders in tech--got a little cocky and might blow the entire game because of it. Is arrogance the one thing customers simply will not stand?
On today's show, Android is taking over the world (seriously), Internet-starved users turn to ham radio and dial-up to get the word out of Egypt, and Intel's Sandy Bridge chipsets are delayed (uh oh). Also, details about a possible Netflix-like streaming service that would be free for Amazon Prime users. As if Amazon Prime could get any more awesome. All the right moves, Amazon. All the right moves. Plus, some problems with quashing subpoenas. --Molly
Google Earth interactive site provides detailed look into North Korea.
As the story goes, Hansel and Gretel vanquished the witch. But in the Microhoo! fairy tale of Jerry and Sue, well, things don't turn out quite so rosy.