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Gamers – did you ever stop and wonder how you know so much about guns? Stuart Brown of Ahoy explores this and other tales of gaming history.
From simple tweaks like adding hidden stacks for recent items, to only displaying the currently open applications – there’s a lot you can do to customize your Mac’s dock.
YouTube is awash with terabytes of slow-motion footage of raindrops and exploding watermelons. Fortunately, SmarterEverDay puts a scientific spin on the eye candy.
Spotlight has been a killer Mac feature for years, with Cupertino regularly schooling Redmond in the art of desktop search. Here are a few tips to help you find more on your Mac.
Why humanity seems to be getting over war, how fracking works, and what ebola does to the human body. Learn all this and more from Kurzgesagt.
With so much footage available, you should grab a decent video editor and set to work recycling that old footage.
The iPad stands on its own as a platform, it’s very branding synonymous with “tablet” – a Xerox or Kleenex of the consumer electronics world. Apple’s latest iteration is the iPad Air 2 (from $499 for 16GB, a revised and slightly-more-slender version of last year’s major revamp; and the world’s new thinnest tablet. When Apple launched the original iPad, it […]
We’ve trawled high and low and found some eye-popping 4K videos that take full advantage of the ridiculous number of pixels at your disposal, for free.
It’s not clear whether Soderbergh has any legal right to upload and distribute his own edited version. What is clear is a deep emotional attachment to a work of art.
Watch as these expert gamers destroy your childhood, one game at a time.
Apparently, human beings are hard-wired creatures of kindness. Science said so.
Ever wonder why the successful, over-achievers always seem to keep a cool head?
CinemaSins is a YouTube channel dedicated to pointing out the flaws in some of the worst, most expensive and best performing movies to grace the big screen. Frozen just happens to be one of them.
The School of Life exists to examine some of the existential, practical and introspective issues that plague modern society.
SciShow is another fine resource for the young and old that turns boring textbook descriptions into fascinating, fun videos.