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Movies & TV Seth Rogen & Rose Byrne Answer The Web’s Most Searched Questions Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, stars of upcoming film 'Neighbors 2,' answer the internet’s most searched questions in a Google Autocomplete interview.
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Technology How to Make VR Porn | OOO with Brent Rose It’s been reported that porn will be one of the biggest content offerings driving demand for VR. But what actually goes into making the porn experience full dimensional and real for the viewer? Brent Rose goes on set of a VR porn production shoot to find out how porn is evolving with new technology. Special thanks to KinkVR.com
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Auto Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It Two hackers have developed a tool that can hijack a Jeep over the internet. WIRED senior writer Andy Greenberg takes the SUV for a spin on the highway while the hackers attack it from miles away.
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Science The Female Orgasm, Explained with Science Projects The male orgasm is an explosive affair, but the female orgasm? Now, that’s a different story. Find out what’s really going down when a woman gets off.
Gadgets Tesla’s Powerwall Home Battery: The Stuff Worth Knowing Elon Musk recently unveiled Tesla Energy and the Powerwall home battery. I'll attempt to cut through the hype and break down the basics. NOTE: One of the most important things we neglected to mention in the video is that a big part of the appeal for this system is not economical, but environmental. It may not be easier on the wallet (at least not yet) but you're powering your home with green energy instead of fossil fuels, and there's a lot to be said for that. -Brent
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