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New NASA Spacesuits Look Exactly Like Buzz Lightyear

NASA revealed their new spacesuit - the Z-1 Prototype Spacesuit and Portable Life Support System (PLSS) 2.0 - and we can't help but think this new outfit was inspired by 'Toy Story's' own Buzz Lightyear. Are our astronauts headed to infinity and beyond?

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Identical UFOs Appear Over Brooklyn and San Francisco
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Did UFOs Appear Over Brooklyn and San Francisco?

We're already convinced that aliens exist, so it's not like we need any further proof. But these clips of identical UFOs hovering in the sky over Brooklyn and San Francisco blew us away. All hail our alien overlords! (The videos are a bit NSFW, by the way, due to some UFO-inspired potty mouth.)

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Consumerist iPad
Consumerist

Best Buy Sends Lucky Shoppers Five iPads Instead of One

An iPad would normally be considered a pretty substantial gift this holiday season. Thanks to a fortunate error by Best Buy, a couple of shoppers can now use the tablet computer for stocking stuffers.

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Stephen Morton, Getty Images
Stephen Morton, Getty Images

Soon Your Smartphone Will Know Your Mood

Imagine a world where your smartphone can realize that you're angry or sad, and react accordingly. Thanks to the University of Rochester, it's not as far away as you might think.

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Texting Turns 20-Years-Old
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Texting Turns 20 Years Old

Although it became a widely used form of communication only recently, texting is actually a decades-old technology. In fact, it celebrated its 20th birthday on Monday, which makes it older than most of the kids who use it.

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‘Reply All’ Is Not Just Annoying, Also Bad for Business

Just about everybody who has used email in a business setting has a "reply all" horror story.

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Woman on internet
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Should Parents Use the Internet to Check Up On Their Kids? [SURVEY]

We're probably at the point where just about every parent with a school-age child has a certain level of Internet sophistication. This means that it is fairly easy for most parents to check up on what their kids are getting into online. But are they?

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Eyesee Mannequins Being Used to Spy on Shoppers
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Robotic Mannequins Are Being Used to Spy on Shoppers

If you ever get a creepy feeling that the mannequins in the department store are watching you, you just might be right. Some fashion brands are now using mannequins equipped with technology used to identify criminals at airports to watch shoppers at their stores.

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Pork Belly Shortage Drives Price Up Bacon Up
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Bacon Could Become Even Better, Thanks to Genetics

Bacon is one of the few foods on this Earth that is perfect and beautiful all by itself, it doesn't need seasoning or melted cheese. However, that hasn't stopped some scientists from trying to make it even tastier...

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Duke University Creates Invisibility Cloak
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Duke University Creates ‘Harry Potter’ Style Invisibility Cloak

If you're a fan of J.K. Rowling's hit 'Harry Potter' series, you must have longed for your own invisibility cloak so that you could go off on your own magical adventures just like Harry himself. But invisibility cloaks are merely fictional, right? Wrong!

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