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Watch Game of Thrones'</em> Joffrey Take Much-Deserved Twitter Abuse

Want to watch the entire Internet insult Game of Thrones’ King Joffrey Baratheon? Of course you do.

With Its New App Paper, Can Facebook Overcome the Burden of Being Facebook?

Paper is a more enjoyable way to use Facebook on your phone, sure, but it’s also subtly and shrewdly transforming the idea of what it means to use Facebook in the first place.

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Audio-Technica's Beloved Headphones Finally Get a Makeover

Audio-Technica has updated its much-beloved ATH-M50 headphone to make it more mobile-friendly and fashion-conscious with detachable cables and a less-boring color palette.

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Enjoy the Sleepy Resort Town of Sochi Before the Olympic Chaos

For two weeks this month, all eyes will be on Sochi as it hosts the 2014 Winter Olympics. But for most Russians, this city by the Black Sea is a place of rest and recuperation, not elite athleticism.

Audio-Technica's Beloved Headphones Finally Get a Makeover

Audio-Technica has updated its much-beloved ATH-M50 headphone to make it more mobile-friendly and fashion-conscious with detachable cables and a less-boring color palette.

How to Create the Perfect Online Dating Profile, in 25 Infographics

Call it the algorithm method: Working with data crunchers at dating sites, we put together 25 tips for writing the perfect profile.

Out in the Open: Meet Julia, the One Programming Language to Rule Them All

Stefan Karpinski was building software that could simulate wireless networks, and his code was a complete mess. But it wasn’t his fault.

Judges Poised to Hand U.S. Spies the Keys to the Internet

Why the appellate court challenge pitting encrypted email provider Lavabit against the Justice Department is so important? It’s the only publicly documented case where a district judge has ordered an internet company to hand over its SSL key to the U.S. government ? in this case, the FBI.<img width='1' height='1'

Netflix and Google Books Are Blurring the Line Between Past and Present

We are now living in a history glut; the Internet has muddled the line between past and present. As our past gets closer and closer to the present and the line separating our now from our then dissolves, we’re approaching an odd sort of asymptote.<br

The LA Road That Tricks Bad Motorcyclists Into Crashing

The Snake is pure motoring perfection. A two-mile stretch of heaven that ends with what could be the most crashed corner in Southern California.