These parasite bugs can control their hosts' brains from inside

The November's issue of National Geographic has a fascinating article titled Mindsuckers, the tale of tiny beasts that get into their victims bodies to eat them from inside and control their bodies, turning them into remote controlled zombies. And there are more horror ahead, masterfully photographed by Anand Varma. » 11/26/14 10:17pm 5 minutes ago

My Tablet Gaming Superlist for the Holidays

Except for some word games, I've never cared much for gaming on my phone, and I had no plans to do much different with a tablet, but ever since I actually got one, I've been using the hell out of it for gaming. It's been about 5 weeks now since I took delivery of my first tablet, the 8.4" Samsung Tab S, and I thought… » 11/26/14 6:52pm Today 6:52pm

Pre-Thanksgiving WednesdayBookClub, Or Regular Book Club For Everyone…

Still not feeling 100% after evil sinus drainage,had a crapton of nightmares last night and I have to work today-Sat. I currently hate 75% of all of the people but you guys are excluded because you don't suck/ possibly are figments of my imagination due to overloading on sci-fi and sleep deprivation. Also excluded are… » 11/26/14 11:55am Today 11:55am

Friendly Notice: More (Android related) sales!

I was thinking of doing the usual Wednesday Android Update today, but we just had our company breakfast in the office and we're doing a lunch today too and frankly I'm too full to want to write. Goddamn Delia's! The tamales from there are practically homemade and beyond delicious and argh! » 11/26/14 10:54am Today 10:54am

The Winter 2015 Anime Sequel Lineup

We are a month out from the new year, and what's a better way to ring it in than to begin the new anime season? This article highlights the sequels of next season and is meant to serve as a guide to help you choose the anime you'd want to catch up on before their sequel airs. This time around, the Winter season… » 11/26/14 7:35am Today 7:35am