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On a wingsuit and a prayer, flying over the Grand Canyon

Dr. Glenn Singleman and his team of pilots will fly over the Grand Canyon in April, but not in the way you might expect -- they plan to make the world's first wingsuit crossing.

By January 26, 2015


Muslims seek safe haven in Tutlub social network

Are you a Muslim looking to escape online harassment and discuss your religion stigma-free? There's a site for you.

By February 1, 2016


Lego Bill Murray prayers answered: 'Ghostbusters' set coming

When you want little plastic "Ghostbusters" minifigs, who you gonna call? Lego, that's who.

By January 31, 2014


Fund This: Znaps adds MagSafe-style connector to your phone -- for $9

This Kickstarter project could be the answer to many a MagSafe-lover's prayer.

By July 16, 2015


NFL players tweet prayers, perspective after murder-suicide

Teammates and other players express shock and offer condolences to the families of Kansas City Chiefs player Jovan Belcher and his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins.

By December 1, 2012


Round toaster answers prayers, terrifies hamsters

The Roastie, a round bread crisper out of Poland, offers toasting supervision and more efficiency.

By April 29, 2011


Entrepreneur sees tech startup potential in Arab world

Progress in Technology Middle East seeks to foster Silicon Valley connections for Mideast startups, including one that turns Muslim prayer into an app.

By August 21, 2012


New digital album format doesn't have a prayer

The labels are reportedly planning on calling their upcoming digital album format CMX. Look for it to join the acronym graveyard in short order.

By August 11, 2009


Facebook Memories revealed, then pulled faster than an embarrassing party photo

It's Christmas party season, and embarrassing photos of colleagues screaming Livin' on a Prayer on a dingy wine-bar dance floor aren't the only thing popping up on Facebook and then quickly disappearing.

By December 17, 2010


Time Warner cancels their bandwidth cap plan, the Pirate Bay founders are thrown in the slammer, and YouTube is said to launch a pay per view model.

Today's show may be held together by duct tape and super glue, but Jeff Bakalar was kind enough to help us cover the day's news. Time Warner cancels its bandwidth cap plan, the Pirate Bay founders are thrown in the slammer, and YouTube is said to launch a pay-per-view model.

By April 20, 2009