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Once known as the Queen of the Skies, the Boeing 747-400 will soon retire. But where does such a machine go after being decomissioned? Read on as Zach Honig tours a boneyard of history's most prolific airliners at the Southern California Logistics Airport.
Sure, Microsoft's vision for the Xbox One has been shaky, but that's all poised to change. Read on as Ben Gilbert chats with Head of Xbox Phil Spencer about a console empowered with Cortana and an early access program.
Did you hear? Google's going to build an internet pipeline across the entire Pacific ocean. And as it turns out, that pipeline will require a Kevlar covering... because sharks. Yep, sharks.
Ever thought about throwing a pink mustache on your crop duster? Well, forget about it. The FAA says connecting amateur pilots with paying customers is totally illegal.
Thanks to some clever hacking prowess, security researchers from Stanford University have found a way to transform your phone's gyroscopes into a crude always-on microphones. Sure, that sounds cool, but it actually presents a serious security risk.
Serious about internet anonymity? Take a look at the PORTAL, a TOR-based router that ensures your online privacy without installing special software on your device. But beware, you'll need some code chops to set it up.