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Men's underwear claims to protect your private parts from public rays

The makers of Wireless Armour claim they protect the wearer from electromagnetic radiation by meshing pure silver into the pouch area (and, indeed, all around).

By April 30, 2014


Tidal launch was mismanaged, says Arcade Fire's Win Butler

Technically Incorrect: Even though he joined Jay Z on stage, Butler says the artists knew nothing about the PR was being conducted for the streaming service. He also says the iPhone isn't the cause of civilization's decline.

By September 20, 2015


Burning Man couple claims housesitter put their apartment on Airbnb

Technically Incorrect: A San Francisco couple get an e-mail from one of their friends to tell them that they've just booked their home on Airbnb. But they say they never put their home on Airbnb.

By September 17, 2015


Man shoots down drone hovering over house

A Kentucky man thinks it's unacceptable when a drone floats over his property. So he shoots it down. Then the drone's owners come calling.

By July 30, 2015


Learn to corner your car like a champ when you're skidding -- with science

The National Geographic show "Science of Stupid" explains what happens when you oversteer or understeer (beside the part where you skid into a guardrail and your insurance premium goes up).

By July 18, 2015


Women sue: Caffeinated underwear doesn't zap fat

Underwear performance underwhelming, says suit targeting Maidenform's caffeine microcapsule undies that promise to burn cellulite.

By November 9, 2013


'Star Wars' Underoos for adults: Go on, judge them by their size

Apply the Force directly to your skin with a set of Underoos underwear designed for grownups who still love "Star Wars."

By May 14, 2015


App claims to know your GPA just by looking at your phone

Technically Incorrect: SmartGPA is a mobile app that uses your smartphone data to keep tabs on how hard you party, as opposed to study.

By May 26, 2015


Caffeine may help men wake up in more ways than one (wink, wink)

The latest study on the magic, wake-up juice found that men who drink two to three cups of coffee a day may be able to reduce their risk of erectile dysfunction by 42 percent.

By May 20, 2015


Japan unveils $800 radiation-proof underwear

If your job is cleaning up nuclear disasters, you might also want to consider a $1,000 anti-radiation swimsuit.

By October 18, 2013