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ALS Association abandons its effort to trademark the 'ice bucket challenge'


Following backlash, the ALS Association says it's given up on its attempt to trademark both "ice bucket challenge," and the "ALS Ice Bucket Challenge." In a note on its Facebook page today, the ALS Association said it understood people's concerns over any one group owning those phrases, adding that it planned to withdraw both applications, which were filed earlier this week.

See the gorgeous luxury submarine made by a former James Bond villain


It turns out that James Cameron is far from the only wealthy individual who likes exploring the oceans.

Snapchat lets you watch and create group videos of live events with 'Our Story'


Snapchat isn't just for sharing slices of your life with your friends anymore. A new feature called "Our Story" has begun rolling out to all users today, which lets you create and view public collections of photos and videos captured at the same live event  — say a concert or sports game — even with people who aren't on your Friends list.

Cable companies want to stop the best internet in America from growing


A group representing giants in the cable industry is trying to shut down two municipalities' proposals to expand their public broadband networks, arguing that public broadband has a "mixed record" and can be harmful to taxpayers, despite these two networks already being successful where they're already operational.

Lyft says Uber's recruiting tactics caused drivers to lose money


Earlier this week, The Verge's Casey Newton published exclusive details of Uber's "Operation SLOG," an aggressive campaign aimed at recruiting drivers away from its competitor Lyft.

Philippe Starck's latest bike design puts fur between your legs


Industrial designers love to be provocative almost as much as they enjoy being original. Fulfilling both briefs with a furious disregard for common sense, leading French designer Philippe Starck has this week unveiled a new range of electric bikes.

The voice of Mario and Luigi has brought Nintendo's plumbers to Instagram


There's no telling how Nintendo feels about the whole thing, but voice actor Charles Martinet has brought the iconic characters of Mario and Luigi to life on Instagram.

Ikea's catalog now uses 75 percent computer generated imagery


Browsing through an Ikea catalog is basically a modern adult's version of playing make-believe, letting you imagine just how gorgeous your apartment will never be.

Watch NASA's 3D-printed rocket part survive a 6,000 degree test-firing


From pizza to rocket engines, its safe to say that NASA is really interested in 3D printing these days.

T-Mobile's next 'Uncarrier' announcement coming September 10th


T-Mobile is going to try shaking up the wireless industry again on September 10th. The carrier has just sent out invitations for an "Uncarrier 7.0" event taking place at one of its own stores in San Francisco early next month.

The 13 movies and TV shows we're most looking forward to this fall


The air is getting cooler and fall is coming up fast: time for apple-picking, sweaters, and, well, a lot more time indoors.

From Game Boy to the new 3DS XL, this is the full history of Nintendo's handheld dominance


My first-ever video game anything was a Game Boy. I was supposed to get it for my fourth birthday, but thanks to a sudden stop at a red light, my early present slid out front under the driver's seat and landed effortless at my tiny feet.

From Game Boy to the new 3DS XL, this is the full history of Nintendo's handheld dominance


My first-ever video game anything was a Game Boy. I was supposed to get it for my fourth birthday, but thanks to a sudden stop at a red light, my early present slid out front under my the driver's seat and landed effortless at my tiny feet.

Apple's wearable reportedly won't ship until 2015


There's a reason Apple's wearable device hasn't leaked out yet: it won't be shipping to consumers anytime soon. According to Recode, the iWatch (or whatever Apple ends up calling it) isn't scheduled to hit retail shelves until early next year — several months after its world debut on September 9th.

Apple's wearable reportedly won't ship until 2015


There's a reason Apple's wearable device hasn't leaked out yet: it won't be shipping to consumers anytime soon. According to Recode, the iWatch (or whatever Apple ends up calling it) isn't scheduled to hit retail shelves until early next year — several months after its world debut on September 9th.

Maps reveal how climate change is poised to drown Louisiana


The fragile state of coastal Louisiana's defenses against rising seas were laid bare nine years ago to the day, when Hurricane Katrina made landfall in New Orleans.

Maps reveal how climate change is poised to drown Louisiana


The fragile state of coastal Louisiana's defenses against rising seas were laid bare nine years ago to the day, when Hurricane Katrina made landfall in New Orleans.

Telltale Games releases new details about 'Game of Thrones' video game series


Telltale Games has released a few new details for its episodic video game adaptation of Game of Thrones, which it confirmed late last year.

Telltale Games releases first trailer for 'Game of Thrones' game series


Telltale Games has released an announce trailer for its episodic video game adaptation of Game of Thrones, which it confirmed late last year.

Meet the man building the Fort Knox of bitcoin


In July, a bitcoin startup named Xapo announced it was raising $20 million, bringing its total backing to $40 million.


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