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We’re pretty confident that 4 out of 4 astronauts would agree that the level of deep space cuisine whipped up in this animated short is head and shoulders above the vacuum sealed fare they eat now.

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Have you ever safely removed your USB device only to see that the LED activity light on your device remains on? This is caused by a change to Windows that has affected every version since Windows Vista. Here’s how to fix it.

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Android 4.0 and newer include an easy-to-use, built-in screenshot feature. You can take a screenshot and send it off your smartphone or tablet in just a few seconds. This feature was introduced in Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).

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There’s no built-in way to take screenshots if your device is using a 2.x version of Android, such as Gingerbread or Froyo. However, you can take screenshots by connecting your Android phone to your computer and using Google’s Android SDK.

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Our first edition of WIG for August is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as Dropbox confirms it was hacked, Valve says Left 4 Dead 2 runs faster on Linux than on Windows, tech support phone scams are surging, and more.

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The Ubuntu App Showdown resulted in the development of 133 new applications for Ubuntu. Soon, you’ll be able to install these apps from the Ubuntu Software Center and vote on your favorites – the voting decides which apps win.

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If you have a thirst for scientific knowledge, there are many websites that can start to quench that thirst. From news about scientific discoveries to resources for teaching science, you can find a wealth of scientific information on the web.

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Deserts may seem empty and desolate, but they have secrets waiting to be discovered and a unique beauty all their own. Wander across these barren lands on your desktop with the second in our series of Desert Areas Wallpaper collections.

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Want to play videos from your computer on your Android, without the hassle of copying them to your device’s internal storage? Share a folder over the network with Windows. You can copy files back and forth over Wi-Fi, too.

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What is a Dragon-Born to do once he has achieved complete mastery of the dragon language and chaos ensues because of that power? Watch as our intrepid hero seeks to limit the damage his power causes and what happens once he g...

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Once you have your shiny new Ubuntu 12.04 system set up chances are you will want to customize the Unity UI to better suit your needs. That may seem like a daunting task though if you are new to Unity…and that is where ...

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Over the last 48 years we’ve gone from grainy photos to razor sharp snaps of the lunar surface. Check out this slideshow to see the increase in quality over the years.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite geek TV show and now we’re back to highlight some of the most popular nominations.

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You’ve got the lab coat, you’ve got the slacks and sensibly comfortable shoes, you almost have your dashing scientist look down pat–you just need the nail that bow tie. Who better to teach you than the bow tie wearing Bill Nye?

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