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Toy Commercial Shows Rogue One Shoretroopers in Action

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 19:15:00 GMT

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We’ve only gotten tiny snippets of some of the latest ground forces for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but one kid’s playground adventure gives the rest of us a solid look at the newest Scarif shoretroopers.

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Margaret Atwood's The Heart Goes Last Also Gets a TV Deal

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 18:00:00 GMT

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MGM TV is betting big that Margaret Atwood’s unique dystopian vision will be a hit with TV audiences. Not only are they developing a 10-episode small-screen adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale for Hulu, they’ve also snatched up The Heart Goes Last.

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Here Is What's Going on With the Extremely Dangerous Hurricane Matthew

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 18:47:00 GMT

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Since yesterday evening, Hurricane Matthew has gathered strength and is on a collision course with the Caribbean. Here’s what we know about the strongest hurricane to hit the region since 2007.

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The Mini-NES Makes Classic Games Look Better Than Virtual Console

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 17:10:00 GMT

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If you’re in the United States, you still can’t pre-order Nintendo’s upcoming Mini-NES, due to be released on November 11. But you can look at its emulation capabilities compared to the Wii U virtual console thanks to a new video by GameXplain.

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Bees Placed on Endangered Species List for the First Time in the US

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 16:43:00 GMT

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Bees are dying fast and that’s not good for people who like plants and food. Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determined that members of seven yellow-faced bees from the Hylaeus species require federal protection. If you’re in Hawaii where this brand of bee resides, you might want to think twice before swatting.

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Prepare For Way Too Many Jokers and Harley Quinns This Halloween

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 15:30:00 GMT

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A new survey shows about one in 10 of us will be running around in chest tattoos, hot pants, and Manic Panic hair dyes this Halloween. God help us all.

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This Gaming Robot Is a Moody Narcissist 

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 14:49:00 GMT

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Do not piss Deltu the delta robot off or it will stop playing games, ignore you, take a selfie and post it to Instagram. Cold.

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Saturday's Best Deals: $40 PlayStation Plus, Texture Membership, Anker Speaker

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 13:10:00 GMT

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Texture memberships, PlayStation Plus, and Anker’s water-resistant Bluetooth speaker lead off Saturday’s best deals.

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The Walking Dead Creator Doesn't Want the Show to End the Same as His Comics

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 14:15:00 GMT

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The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman says the comic and show will end differently because he doesn’t want the show’s final scene to spoil his final panel.

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Don’t forget: You can email us tips at tipbox@gizmodo.com, send them directly to any of our writers,

Sat, 1 Oct 2016 13:55:32 GMT

Don’t forget: You can email us tips at tipbox@gizmodo.com, send them directly to any of our writers, or use our anonymous SecureDrop system. You can sign up for the Gizmodo newsletter to get our best stories delivered to your Inbox. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and check us out on Instagram.

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Fun Photo Series Puts the Size of Random Huge Objects in Perspective

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 17:15:00 GMT

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This wonderful photo series comparing the size of things by Kevin Wisbith is a really fun way to earn some brain wrinkles, because it gives you a better sense of the true size of random buildings, ships, machines, and other objects. You get to see things like the Death Star hover over Florida in space, a B-2 bomber stretch across the width of an entire football field, and the Titanic lay out on top of a freaking aircraft carrier.

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The Internet Gave Me $240 to Listen to Meghan Trainor's Entire Discography

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 21:18:00 GMT

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Monday night, while blogging about a group of record labels suing Youtube-to-mp3.org who listed “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor as an example of a frequently pirated song, I pondered whether a song worse than Trainor’s hit single exists. Jokingly, I then suggested the internet give me $200 to listen to her entire discography.

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Porn Plays on Electronic Billboard During Traffic Jam [NSFW]

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 21:13:00 GMT

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Around 1pm today in Jakarta, commuters were treated to an impromptu porn screening. Sadly, police were able to cut power to the jumbotron billboard after approximately five minutes.

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Pangolins, Earth’s Most Beautiful and Trafficked Creatures, Finally Get Protection

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 20:53:00 GMT

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The pangolin is the only known mammal with scales. Pangolins are beautiful, precious little creatures, often likened to an artichoke with legs. According to NPR, they’re also the world’s most trafficked mammals. Luckily for these little cuties, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, or CITES, has officially banned commercial trading of pangolins.

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The Series That Broke Your Hearts Out of Nowhere

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 20:40:00 GMT

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Earlier this week, we opened hailing frequencies and asked you, our beloved readers, about the books, comics, movies, games, and shows that you never expected would give you a sudden dose of the feels. We’ve compiled your responses, and here are the moments that made you the most verklempt.

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A Major Hurricane Just Developed Over the Caribbean

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 20:10:00 GMT

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An ugly, dangerous storm is brewing out there. After a bout of rapid intensification last night, Hurricane Matthew has now achieved Category 3 status, packing 120 mph winds. It’s first major Caribbean hurricane since Sandy, and the strongest to develop in this particular region since 2008.

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Top Selling iMessage Sticker Pack Is Going Away Because Apple Hates Fun

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 20:01:00 GMT

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The developer of a clever sticker pack for iOS has been told by Apple that he has to change how the stickers look and act or else the stickers will be pulled from the App Store.

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This Ingenious Rolling Pin Uses Rings For Consistent, Adjustable Dough Thickness

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 15:30:58 GMT

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Alright, this is just smart. This rolling pin features a removable ring system that allows you to roll out dough to a specific and consistent thickness, and at $16, it’s never been cheaper.

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Our Best View Yet of Molecules Moving Inside Living Cells

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:25:00 GMT

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A new microscope developed at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts is allowing scientists track the position and orientation of individual molecules in living cells. It has the potential to reveal unknown aspects of molecular behavior, including those that turn cells into agents of disease.

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Almost Everyone Who's Ever Worked on Star Trek Is Begging You Not to Vote for Trump

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 18:30:00 GMT

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In one of the least surprising turn of events in history, the people who worked on Star Trek—a show which envisions a future Earth without sexism, racism, religion, and even money—find the thought of a Trump presidency abhorrent. More surprisingly, they all want to be clear that a vote for a third party is a vote for Trump.

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The World's First Clear Glass Slide Looks Like a Dream

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 18:55:00 GMT

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Our perpetually-dropped smartphones have pushed glass manufacturers to create stronger and more durable materials to survive our clumsiness. But if you’re curious just how advanced glass making techniques have gotten, someone has made a 30-foot working glass slide that’s completely transparent.

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A Video That  Finally Expresses My Feelings Towards Football

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 18:50:00 GMT

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Now, you might be expecting this to be a rant about how irritating sports and sports fans can be. Maybe one about how team loyalties are based solely on regional pride even though many teams’ players aren’t from that city or state. How fans argue constantly with one another about the most irrelevant minutia and whole conversational dick-measuring contests exist to prove whose mental arsenal of said minutia is better stocked. How those same shrieking fools pack themselves into otherwise quiet bars when some of us just want a quiet drink.

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Oculus App Update Is Murdering Battery Life on Samsung Phones

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 18:30:00 GMT

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The Samsung Gear VR is one of the easiest ways to experience virtual reality, but some users are learning that convenience comes with its costs. Owners of Samsung phones such as the S6, S6 Edge, S7, and S7 Edge are reporting that Oculus app is destroying their phone’s battery life.

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iPhone 7 Camera Review: The Best Smartphone for Photos

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 18:17:00 GMT

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The camera on the iPhone has developed such a reputation for excellence that it’s one of the device’s central selling points. It’s worth upgrading to a new phone just to get the latest and greatest camera. After a week of rigorous shooting, one thing is totally clear: the iPhone 7 has a damn fine phone camera that’s the best you can buy right now.

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X-Ray Images of Bird Feathers Hold the Secret to Dinosaur Colors

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 18:08:00 GMT

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Textbook illustrations and museum dioramas could soon be even more accurate in their depiction of the rich colors of long-extinct animals like dinosaurs. An international team of scientists used advanced X-ray imaging techniques to map out elements related to pigmentation in modern birds of prey, which they will use to reconstruct the likely color patterns of fossil specimens.

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