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Stool sample sausage: Poop probiotics might make meat healthier

Food researchers use bacteria found in baby feces to create a sausage with probiotic benefits. They even say it tastes "very good."

By February 28, 2014


Skyforge, a vending machine for your 3D-printed dreams

At the University of Idaho, students can "print" practically anything they want thanks to this vending machine. "We want to be the Redbox of 3D printing," its creator says.

By February 4, 2014


French WWII POWs built hidden camera, filmed Nazis

French soldiers held in a Nazi prison camp during WWII managed to smuggle in parts to construct a movie camera and film their escape attempt.

By August 7, 2013


Jon Stewart accuses the Senate of all being Apple fanboys

The "Daily Show" simply had to have an opinion on Tim Cook's appearance in front of the supposedly stern senators. His opinion of both the Senate and Apple wasn't exactly complimentary.

By May 23, 2013


More women crashing Google+ sausage party

Early reports had figured the membership of Google+ to be upwards of 87 percent male. But new analysis shows a very different gender balance.

By July 17, 2011


Breakfast is coming: Combat Kitchenware for warrior chefs

Arm yourself with a Fighting Man's Frying Pan and the confidence you will defeat your egg enemies, slaughter the sausages, and reign supreme over the stove-top realm.

By November 19, 2012


The Resident Evil human meat butchery

An actual meatspace butchery popped up in London's Smithfield Meat Market, selling "human" flesh to promote Resident Evil 6.

By October 2, 2012


Apple's new iPhone 5 ads: Protesting too much?

Apple launches new ads that try to justify that not all that much has changed over the years.

By September 22, 2012


Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update rumoured for 29 August

The popular Samsung Galaxy S3 is rumoured to update to Jelly Bean, the latest version of Android, before the end of August.

By August 15, 2012


Google's Olympic doodle (with no reference to the Olympics)

Google presents a cute doodle for the Olympics opening ceremony. Yet the IOC's strict guidelines mean that Google must skirt around the edges of the celebration.

By July 27, 2012