posted about 17 hours ago on gizmodo
David Archy might not be a household name yet, but they sell some of the most popular underwear and clothing basics on Amazon, and a whole bunch of it is on sale today. Read more...

Read More...
posted about 18 hours ago on gizmodo
If you’re really serious about improving your nighttime routine, you can buy an entire foam mattress today for $259-$462 (queens cost $315) in Amazon’s Gold Box. These 4+ star-rated mattresses are constructed of 9.5 inches of high density base foam topped with a 2.5 inch layer of memory foam, and arrive at your door…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
A life-saving but increasingly expensive treatment for severe allergic attacks is poised to become cheaper. Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Alex Jones has been hit with bans and suspensions by platforms ranging from Apple’s Podcasts app to YouTube to Google+ in recent weeks. There are few companies that want to be associated with dangerous claims that the Sandy Hook school shooting was a hoax. One consequential company that’s been overlooked is…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Thursday moved to discredit a former employee and self-proclaimed whistleblower whose attorneys have accused Musk of authorizing Tesla to allegedly engage in “unauthorized wiretapping and hacking” of another former employee of the electric car manufacturer.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
William McRaven, a former admiral who was the architect of the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden, has written a short op-ed for the Washington Post demanding that Donald Trump revoke his security clearance, too, just as he revoked John Brennan’s. Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
The Carr Fire is in the record books as one of California’s largest and most destructive fires. But it will also forever live in nightmares for unleashing one of the most terrifying spectacles on Earth in the form of a firenado.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
A 42-year-old British woman went to eye doctor because her left eyelid started to swell and ache. The doctors noticed her eyelid drooped a bit. But that wasn’t news to the woman—she’d had a heavy lid for a while and was used to it.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Whether you need an entirely new router, a range extender for one corner of your house, or a modem so you can stop paying equipment rental fees to your ISP, this deal is for you. Use promo code 20TPLINK to save 20% on your choice of TP-Link networking products from this page. A few of our picks are below, but head…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Rare movie posters are going up for sale later this month in a Sotheby’s auction that includes a very special find: The world’s first movie poster, according to the Guardian, created in 1895.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
In a sign that the U.S. will be taking a more aggressive approach to cybersecurity, President Trump has reportedly reversed Obama-era guidelines that dictated the process for approving the use of cyberweapons against an adversary. The change will theoretically make it easier for the U.S. to hack back.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
In August 1943, the USS Abner Read struck a Japanese naval mine while conducting patrols in the Bering Sea. The explosion sheared the ship’s entire stern section, sending it and 71 U.S. sailors to the bottom of the Bering Sea. Lost for 75 years, the World War II destroyer’s severed stern has finally been found off a…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Asked only once at a Senate hearing Thursday about the fake security incident that’s needled his agency for more than a year, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, acknowledged for the first time knowing secretly for several months that his office likely fed U.S. lawmakers false information.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
I enjoy a good puzzle (not the jigsaw kind) which is probably why I love games like The Legend of Zelda or The Room series on iOS. But as clever as I (mistakingly) believe I am, I don’t think I’d have any chance of discovering every last hidden panel, drawer, switch, and secret mechanism on this beautiful but…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Last week, I documented the constant low-level anxiety I had been feeling about cooling the CPU in my gaming PC. I’d spent a couple of years wrestling with all-in-one liquid coolers and had never found something that worked like I wanted. Well, good news: I’ve finally found something that does.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Phone calls here in 2018 seem to be more and more rare, especially with younger people. But most Americans still know basic phone etiquette, like saying “hello” when you answer the phone, and not hanging up without some kind of goodbye. But in case you’ve forgotten, here’s a helpful guide from 1950 that was produced…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
A second former Tesla employee has filed a formal whistleblower complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission, alleging the automaker failed to disclose to shareholders that law enforcement uncovered an alleged drug trafficking ring involving employees at its Gigafactory plant in Nevada.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Scientists created this picture of the Mona Lisa using genetically modified E. coli bacteria. Such teeny little artists!Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Following similar action against secretive drone AI project Maven, Googlers are once again organizing internally to push back against their leadership—this time around a project dubbed Dragonfly, the proposed search product the company intends to build for the Chinese market in accordance with government-mandated…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Not everyone who is close to death—or thinks they are, at least—has a “near-death experience.” But those who do often hallucinate that they leave their bodies, meet otherworldly beings, see bright flashes and tunnels of light, and more. Those who take the psychedelic drug dimethyltryptamine, or DMT— a compound found…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
As if there isn’t already enough junk in space, an artist is planning to launch a reflective, inflatable sculpture to low Earth orbit in October. The art piece is meant to instill a sense of wonder and alter humanity’s impression of itself, but in reality it’s an empty gesture that’ll only serve to infuriate…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
It’s a technique that’s often used for flashback sequences in movies when an older actor plays a much younger version of himself like Kurt Russell did in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. But the results are never quite perfect, or at least don’t reach the impressive level of pixel perfection that compositor Rousselos…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Mastering a racing game is a lot easier with your hands on a steering wheel instead of a tiny thumbstick, but after shelling out hundreds of dollars on a console and $60 on a game, do you really want to cough up another c-note for a racing wheel? If you’ve got access to a 3D printer, you could make this cheap rack and…Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Having been struck down by former President Barack Obama and revived by President Donald Trump, the embattled Keystone XL pipeline just suffered a new setback in court that has opponents cheering.Read more...

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on gizmodo
Just five years ago, not only was it possible for a reputable outlet to flatly characterize Upworthy—a website that didn’t make much but a system for testing what drew clicks on Facebook—as the “fastest-growing media company of all time,” but it happened more than once. By 2013, a year after its founding, Upworthy had …Read more...

Read More...