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It is no secret that our global population is continuing to grow, but does our planet actually have the room and resources needed for ‘seven billion plus’ people? Sci-Show takes a look at the issues surrounding po...

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This clever hack involves stripping the RFID antenna and chip out of a transit card and stashing it in the back of a cellphone case–effectively turning your phone into an on-the-go transit pass.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite geek movie; now we’re back to highlight the top ten HTG reader picks. Read on the check out the list of movies that range from funny to serious Sci-Fi and everything in between.

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What happens when you wrap a watermelon with 500 rubber bands? If you’re recording it with an ultra slow-motion camera, you get this sweet video of the resulting explosion.

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Grammar nazi friend left his phone unattended… [via Reddit]

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Courtesy of artist Gattadonna, these Star Wars themed recruitment posters blend the epic sci-fi universe with the style of 1940s era military recruitment posters.

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In this week’s game you need to redirect the flow of colored liquids into the appropriate circles and shapes, but it is not as simple as it appears to be. Do you have the patience and skills needed to succeed or will you scream in frustration?

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We’ve recently been hearing about tracking cookies and laws in the European Union forcing websites to explain their use of cookies to their visitors. If you’re wondering what cookies are and what all the fuss is about, you’re not alone.

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Once a week we round up some of the great tips readers have shared via email and the comment system and share the with you. This week we’re looking at an awesome homebrew Nintendo DS game, the value of a good cable label, and a simple DIY cable organizer.

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Are you looking for an easy way to add rounded corners to your images without installing extra software? Then you should take a look at RoundPic. The website lets you add rounded corners to images in moments with an easy to navigate interface.

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Setting up a new domain for a personal, business, or blogging website can be exciting, but it pays to take a few moments and think carefully about how you name your domain. This collection of domain name disasters shows how e...

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Wildly popular in the 1980s, Choose Your Own Adventure books brought role playing and variable-ending adventures to book format. You Chose Wrong is an entertaining blog that catalogs the death pages of the books.

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For those curious how their page requests and file transfers blast around the globe in a matter of seconds, this series of maps shows global fiber optic networks and termination points in an easy to survey layout.

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Note: Image size is 1280*960 pixels but can be easily placed on a larger black background to fit your monitor’s resolution.

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There’s a good chance you or your office mates are knocking back coffee this morning; thanks to a submission in the Wellcome Image Awards you can take a very personal look at the crystals of caffeine that make your coff...

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When a Linux system boots, it enters its default runlevel and runs the startup scripts associated with that runlevel. You can also switch between runlevels – for example, there’s a runlevel designed for recovery and maintenance operations.

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