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This is scientific proof that summer movies were better 30 years ago

There are times when the gauzy lens of nostalgia distorts how we think about movies, music, and TV shows of years past, tricking us into thinking they're better than they were — and then there are times when we're presented with cold, hard facts that things simply were better.

Reddit's users are in revolt

After the dismissal of a Reddit employee, moderators effectively shut down major sections of the site in protest.

The Ask Me Anything subreddit is back

Reddit’s Ask Me Anything subreddit, r/IAmA, is back online again, after the site’s moderators switched the section into private mode overnight.

Reddit CEO Ellen Pao: 'We are going to figure this out and fix it'

Reddit CEO Ellen Pao commented this morning about the firing of Reddit Director of Communications Victoria Taylor, a move that has resulted in a very public revolt from users of the site.

Here's why you'll tune into Beats 1: a Run the Jewels weekly show

El-P wants a unicorn. Killer Mike wants a dragon. We all just want to hear more. Fortunately, we should get plenty thanks to Beats 1.

These are the projects Elon Musk is funding to prevent killer AI

Elon Musk has donated millions to the Future of Life Institute, and now the organization is putting that money to use by funding research into keeping artificial intelligence "robust and beneficial" — i.e.

Solar Impulse 2 lands in Hawaii, setting record for longest solo flight

Solar Impulse 2 — the giant, gangly solar-powered aircraft on a protracted, multi-leg trip around the world — just completed its single most challenging task: a record-breaking leg from Nagoya, Japan to Hawaii lasting 4 days, 21 hours and 51 minutes, making it the longest-duration solo flight in history.

The US is streaming nearly twice as many songs this year

Apple Music comes at a pretty critical time. People in the US streamed nearly twice as much music during the first half of 2015 than they did during the same period a year ago, while digital song sales dropped just over 10 percent, according to Billboard's report on the latest Nielsen stats.

Is this BlackBerry's upcoming Android phone, coming to AT&T?

We've expected for a month or so that BlackBerry is working on an Android phone with a "dual curved display" that slides up to reveal a physical keyboard underneath.

This lion will make you smile

This is a WebGL experiment, designed using three.js, a Javascript 3D library for cross-browser web 3D graphics.

The chemistry behind a firework explosion

It’s Independence Day, and that means it’s time for controlled explosions in the sky. No, not Texas post-rock — the great scientific display that is a fireworks show.

US government allegedly spied on journalists in Germany

Evidence that the US government has spied on German officials is sadly commonplace, but now it appears that the Obama administration's efforts went beyond government officials.

New trailers: Steve Jobs, Creed, Wet Hot American Summer, and more

This week's trailers are wonderfully different, ranging from comedy documentaries, to tense dramas, to coming of age stories, to actual comedies.

New version of Google Glass may be in testing

At the beginning of this year, the Google Glass program was moved into Tony Fadell's Nest division and the questions surrounding the wearable changed from "when will this weird head gadget finally die" to "when will this weird head gadget be reinvented and released to consumers." Since then, Eric Schmidt insisted that the program is far from dead and the CEO of Italian eyewear Luxxotica told the Wall Street Journal said a "second version" that incorporated the "second thoughts" Google had about the platform was coming "soon." Now, Droid Life has dug up a submission to the FCC that shows fairly compelling evidence that Google is actively testing the next version of Glass.

Uber suspends low-cost service in France following government crackdown

Uber today announced the suspension of its low-cost UberPop service in France, amid heightening tensions with taxi unions and French authorities.

Robin Williams now has a tunnel named after him

A rainbow-arched tunnel in the San Francisco Bay Area has been named after the late actor Robin Williams, after the California state legislature approved the change this week.

Metal Gear vs. Gundam: US inventors challenge Japanese rivals to robot duel

For all the horrible possible outcomes of killer robots on the battlefield, we are, apparently, quite happy to get behind non-killer robots duking it out in stadiums.

Aphex Twin returns again, this time as AFX

Pioneering electronic musician Richard D. James goes by a lot of pseudonyms, most famously Aphex Twin and next most famously AFX.

Huge chunks of Reddit are locked after AMA coordinator fired

Reddit moderators have shut down several of the site's most popular sections in response to the company's dismissal of Victoria Taylor.

Huge chunks of Reddit are locked after AMA co-ordinator fired

Reddit moderators have shut down several of the site's most popular sections in response to the company's dismissal of Victoria Taylor.