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The mystery of the guy with 2 phones behind selfie kid at the Super Bowl

Image: getty images By Morgan Sung2018-02-05 23:50:51 UTC When 13-year-old Ryan McKenna tried to take a selfie with Justin Timberlake during the Super Bowl halftime show, he instantly became a meme. Twitter was flooded with pictures and GIFs of McKenna on his phone during the performance, while Justin Timberlake danced only a few inches away.  But look a little closer at that selfie and you’ll see something else.  As @TommySledge

Scientists have discovered spiders with tails because nightmares are real

Image: University of Kansas/KU News Service By Mark Kaufman2018-02-05 22:48:04 UTC Around 100 million years ago, oozing tree sap poured over hundreds of tiny spiders, killing and preserving the critters in hardened amber.  Recently, miners in northern Burma pulled this ancient amber out of a quarry. Chunks of it were purchased by paleontologists, who found in the amber many well-preserved spiders — some of them with long, almost scorpion-like tails.

All the details you missed in the 'Westworld' Season 2 Super Bowl trailer

Image: hbo By Jess Joho2018-02-05 22:39:11 UTC Amidst the glitz, the glam, the sporting, the ads, the Solos, and the Timberlake, one spectacle stood out more than any other at the Super Bowl: Westworld’s Season 2 trailer. Playing out to a classical rendition of Kanye West’s ‘Runaway,’ the 2-minute trailer presented a dearth of motifs and hidden messages that can help us predict what’s to become of a Westworld ruled

The Oculus Go might be coming very, very soon

Image: karissa bell/mashable By Monica Chin2018-02-05 22:08:05 UTC Hey, remember the Oculus Go? Neither did we — until we saw two photos shared to Reddit by user “bekris” (spotted by Upload VR) of what Bekris claims is the Oculus Go’s developer kit. We’ll be honest, this doesn’t look like developer kit packaging; it totally looks like retail packaging.  Bekris claims the photos were tweeted by Jesper Gaarsdal, software engineer at

Find out why Python is one of the best programming languages for first time coders by taking this online course

Image: Pixabay By Team CommerceMashable Deals2018-01-30 00:28:50 UTC Ever heard of Python? No, not the snake, but the programming language. Nope, not a snake that can code either, but an actual programming language.  SEE ALSO: Make 2018 the year you finally learn how to code If you’re thinking about picking up a new skill this year by learning how to code (because who isn’t coding these days?), then you should

Twitter influencers suspect a bot 'purge'

Image: leon neal/getty images By Kerry Flynn2018-01-30 00:14:09 UTC Dan LaMorte lost 500 Twitter followers last weekend. As a comedian, he made a joke of it.  Twitter deleted millions of accounts over night, leading to me losing 500 followers by the time I woke up. At least send me flowers if you’re going to fuck me that hard over night Twitter. — Dan LaMorte (@DanLaMorte) January 28, 2018 Actress Adina

Nicole Kidman eats live bugs, deserves at least four more Oscars

Probably still better than Arby’s.Image: vanity fair By Jess Joho2018-01-30 00:11:44 UTC Step aside Big Little Lies, because the bravest performance of Nicole Kidman’s illustrious career is actually her just straight up eating a four-course meal of bugs. In the latest video for Vanity Fair‘s ‘Secret Talent Theatre’ series, the esteemed Oscar-winning actresses digs into each critter-crawling dish — all while sporting a chic floral dress complete with an ascot.

Why it makes sense for Apple to drop 3D Touch from this year's new iPhone

Image: lili sams/mashable By Raymond Wong2018-01-29 23:28:59 UTC Remember how 3D Touch, the iPhone feature where you press harder into the screen, was supposed to be a very big, earth-shattering, game-changing, deal? Yeah…about that. Apple may finally take the first steps towards abandoning 3D Touch when it releases new iPhones later this year. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo returned this week with another research note (via MacRumors) for Apple investors.

These guys broke the world record for the highest basketball shot

By Johnny Lieu2018-01-23 00:53:48 UTC [embedded content] Most of us struggle to get a basketball in the hoop from mere feet away. Yet Australian YouTubers How Ridiculous have made something of an art of shooting from long distances, breaking the world record back in 2016 for the world’s highest basketball shot. Well they’ve done it again, this time over the Maletsunyane Falls in Lesotho, Africa with an unbelievably epic 201.422