It looks like a lot of pink bubble gum inside a computer.
I reckon if you want to play on this court you better either be very good or bring a lot of tennis balls.
Beautiful sunrise at Burleigh Heads, Queensland, Australia.
If geeks could time travel, where would they go the most?
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1,000-year-old Egyptian statue is locked in a glass case in a British museum; it has bee there for 80 years and still remains there. However, it recently started moving (rotating) on its own.
This oddly timed photo will send goosebumps up your arm.
Another beautiful wallpaper of nature.
Too bad Microsoft can't copy Apple fanboys like the two featured in this comic.
Or, put another way, another Windows 8 fail.
Logitech webcam installation asks you to pick a language, gives you the options of "1234567890123456789012345678901234567890...".
"220%" of Microsoft Office is done installing.
To continue with the installation process, you have four choices: 'LeftButton', 'LeftMiddleButt', 'MiddleButton', and 'RightButton'. Which one will you pick?
This model is 186cm (6 feet, 1 inch) and weighs 15kg (33 pounds).
This life-size X-Wing model comes in at a whopping 44-foot wingspan and 45,980 pounds; it took 32 "master builders" (which apparently is a real job) 17,336 hours and 5,335,200 Lego bricks to build this beast.