South Park Game Censored On Consoles Outside North America
It's possible they submitted something way over the top instead of what they really wanted to get the censors to object. Then, they submit the relatively tamer, original, version and get it approved. It's something South Park does all the time, so I wouldn't be surprised if anything cut from the American release was actually intended to be in it.
FSF Approves TAZ 3 Printer As Privacy Respecting
Finally, a printer that won't peek on me in the shower.
Military Electronics That Shatter Into Dust On Command
Wasn't this technology showcased in Men in Black?
Old-school Wi-Fi Is Slowing Down Networks, Cisco Says
Funny thing is, all those devices use 802.11g, not 802.11b or 802.11-1997.
Bill Gates Plays Secret Santa To Reddit User
Who got Gates and what did he get?
Wikimedia Sends Cease and Desist Letter To Firm Providing Paid Editing Services
Can't wait to see how this pans out and how they traced the accounts back to Wiki-PR.
Who's Getting Pay-By-Phone Right? The Fast Food Industry
Call me when there's a universal ordering/wallet app instead of poor wrappers on their existing websites.
Asian Giant Hornets Kill 42 People In China, Injure Over 1,500
I think a towel would be more appropriate.
PCBs Cause Birds To Sing a Different Tune
At first I thought this was about cyborgized birds, but was sadly mistaken.
Data Visualization: Too Easy To Be Too Slick?
Does this mean Twilight is the Mormon equivalent to porn?
Nintendo Hijacks Ad Revenue From Fan-Created YouTube Playthroughs
I like how the article neglects to mention that Nintendo is only claiming the revenue from more recent games such as ones on the 3DS or Wii U.
Also, it's not like Nintendo is the first to do it. Sony, EA, Square-Enix, Microsoft, SEGA, Konami, Namco, and a handful of others have done it, too.