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Game Changers: 40 Video Games That Changed The World

By FHM Editor They’ve bruised our thumbs, bollocksed up our eyesight, stolen our childhoods. And we love them for it. FHM ranks the most important video...

Porsche’s New Subscription Service Is Like Netflix for Insanely Nice Cars

By Andrew Daniels Porsche These days, there’s a Netflix for just about anything, from craft beer to NFL jerseys, so it was only a matter of time before a luxury...

Amazon’s New Delivery System, Amazon Key, Is a Scary Proposition

By Daniel Barna Amazon’s never-ending quest to improve delivery convenience for its customers is about to reach a new, terrifying apex. The retail giant is set...

Why the Analogue Super Nt Might Be Better Than the SNES Classic

By Andrew Daniels There’s no denying the rabid demand for the SNES Classic Edition, Nintendo’s new, monstrously successful cash grab, er, reimagining of its beloved Super Nintendo...

Algorithms Fail Tremendously at Finding Us Love

By Bobby Box Love can’t be calculated mathematically. That’s the conclusion of a new study published in Psychological Science, which reveals just how terrible formulas can be at...

Nintendo’s ‘Metroid’ Comes Full Circle as Samus Returns

By Jason D'Aprile You could argue that September’s biggest release was Destiny 2, but for a lot of gamers Nintendo claims that spot with the first new Metroid game in...

The Price Tag of the Lamborghini Smartphone is Insane

By Andrew Daniels I’ll say this for Lamborghini’s new Android phone: At just $2,450, it’s a steal compared to virtually anything else the Italian luxury automaker...

This Insanely Cool Polaroid Camera Prints GIFs

By Andrew Daniels You don’t hear much about the classic Polaroid instant camera anymore, which is living out its retirement on a nice piece of property...

No, Denying a Platform to Nazis Doesn’t Violate Their Free Speech

By Daniel Barna As the moral outrage stemming from the violent protests in Charlottesville rages on, companies are being forced to pick a side. Are they with...

The Great Kodak Super 8 Comeback

Director JJ Abrams doesn’t shoot digital. Neither do Quentin Tarantino and Christopher Nolan, for that matter. Film, they say, feels warmer, its grainy artifacts somehow...

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