The 'Mufgel' Is the Latest Foodie Abomination

Submitted by Gizmodo on August 15, 2016 - 5:33pm

If you pronounce “Mufgel” one way, with a soft g, it sounds like the name of a failed Kickstarter project to treat vaginal dysfunction. If you pronounce it the other way, with a hard g, it sounds like a rejected creature from the Harry Potter universe that J.K. Rowling woke up to and thought, “Wow, I’m never snorting bath salts again.”

The 14 most amazing spaceships players have found in 'No Man's Sky'

Submitted by Tech Insider on August 15, 2016 - 4:59pm

In the huge new PlayStation 4 game "No Man's Sky," you're a lone traveler exploring an endless universe full of planets, aliens, and billions of stars.

Of course, if you want to explore that universe, you're going to need a ship.

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Good thing for you that "No Man's Sky" is absolutely rife with spaceships of all types. Here are some of the craziest ones we've found in our travels, both in the game and on the internet:

The most amazing photos of the Rio Olympics come from a small army of scuba-diving robots

Submitted by Tech Insider on August 15, 2016 - 4:54pm

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The Olympics, particularly the summer Olympics, are a kind of festival for elite sports photography.

There's no two weeks in the year that produce a heftier haul of world-class images of athletic competition.

All the major agencies covering the games fight for an edge in the photographic shoot-out. And this year, Getty added a new weapon to its arsenal: a small army of underwater robots.


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