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For decades on end, long before Adobe Photoshop became a household name, governments across the world have manipulated photographs to serve political ends. Joseph Stalin, for instance, famously altered photographs as to remove individuals who fell out of favor with the regime.
These days, image editing tools are not only abundant, but they’re incredibly easy to use. As a result, it’s become increasingly difficult to differentiate an authentic photo from one that’s been doctored.
Coming to the rescue is a Czech startup with an interesting piece of software that can purportedly detect when photos have been manipulated with astounding accuracy.
We’re lucky to make it more than three months without a new comic book franchise hitting the theaters in 2015, but superhero movies were much harder to come by a few decades ago. In fact, some didn’t even get made, including Superman Lives, a now legendary project helmed by Tim Burton with Nicolas Cage (yes, that Nicolas Cage) in the lead role. More →
I know what you’re thinking, electroshock therapy is something you’ve heard about in scary stories about mental patients, and you’re not one of them. But Thync doesn’t do that, or not exactly – apparently, zapping current into your brain with this gadget should make you feel calmer and more energetic. More →
If you take a look at a list of the fastest airplanes to ever grace the skies, many of them, for whatever reason, were primarily active in the 1960s. That may change soon enough.
Military.com is reporting that the U.S. Air Force is looking to partner up and develop a hypersonic jet capable of traveling at five times the speed of sound, otherwise known as Mach 5. By way of contrast, the famed Concorde aircraft traveled at Mach 2.04.
Apple Music is here. Some people love it. Some people think it’s doomed. Wherever you stand on matters, one thing is clear: Apple did a good job hitting most of the notes it needed to hit, and it also added a couple of unique features users can’t find elsewhere. One of them, of course, is Beats 1.
Beats 1 is Apple’s global radio station that streams around the clock. But what happens if you hear something you like and don’t catch it in time to see the name? More →
As someone in my mid-thirties, I have come to terms with the fact there is some slang I just shouldn’t be using. Remember when you were a kid and your parents would always misuse words they heard on TV? Yeah, that’s what I’m trying to avoid. At a certain age however, using modern slang goes from cringeworthy to hilarious and cute, and these grandmothers have, without question, reached that age. More →
Running Android apps on your Mac desktop just became easier than ever with the official release of the BlueStacks emulator this week. BlueStacks was previously only available on PC, but after an extensively beta test period, it’s finally available for every to download for free from the BlueStacks website. More →
Make no mistake about it; we’re currently living in a golden age of Television. Today, the seemingly endless number of incredible and riveting shows currently on-air has made it all but impossible to stay up to date with all of the content hitting our screens from every which way.
What’s more, the increasing popularity of services like Netflix and HBO Go has resulted in an influx of people going back and catching up on old shows — like LOST and The Sopranos — that they missed the first go around.
What better way to kick off the holiday weekend than with an unbeatable sale. This week, Poweradd is offering dozens of its best iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge cases for $2.99 or less on Amazon. Discounts this steep are relatively infrequent, so if you’re in the market for a cheap case for your new phone, it’s worth taking a look. More →
Yes, America’s birthday is coming up, and you’re probably thinking about ways to get a head start on the celebration. However, before wishing your country a happy 2015th birthday on social channels, you might want to make sure you know precisely how old the country is. Because 2015 is… not the right answer. More →
New trailers are hard to come by in the weeks following E3, so we’ve had to get a little creative to keep this feature up and running.
Last week, we shared our favorite gameplay videos from E3 2015, some of which weren’t made available until after the show came to an end. This week, we’re going to choose 10 of our favorite ID@Xbox trailers for Xbox One indie games from the 124 (!) that have been published on the Xbox YouTube page over the past few weeks. More →