Men Reveal Their "Girly" Habits on Reddit

No better way to kick off the weekend than to hear what a bunch of guys consider their "girliest" habit, right? Well, over on The Front Page of the Internet a user asked that exact question—and the responses started flooding in. A scroll through the answers is both hysterical and illuminating. They range from a penchant for interior design and peeing while in the sitting position, meanwhile others admit to liking to spoon (as the little spoon, no less!) and checking other dudes out ... but in a totally heterosexual way! Hey, if you're ever feeling self-conscious, just remember that see more

The 8 Coolest, Most Mind-Bending, Future-but-Now Things We Saw at CES

You can find everything from discount iPhone cases to refrigerators that will text you photos of their contents (!) at the Consumer Electronics Show, where we spent a good chunk of last week. But the products and experiences that stood out the most were the ones that really got us excited about the future—and about how cool our lives are going to be once we have these things in our hands, homes, and driveways. see more

Why SoundCloud Cofounder Eric Wahlforss Cares More About Business Models Than Profits

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A Sophisticated Charging Dock Worth Showing Off

Cold, hard gadgets not doing it for you? Yeah, we hear that. With all the glassy doodads we have in our lives, it's hard to remember that technology doesn't have to feel so sterile. This new Spool charging dock from Quell & Co ($65)—yes, that's merino-wool felt—charges gadgets (iPad and iPhone 5, 5c, and 6) and swivels to hide your messy cord with the touch of a button. It also looks beautiful in your home. White oak and metal touches work with the felt to add an alluring tactility that most tech products lack. see more

Self-Driving Cars, Portable Doctors, and Other Technological Breakthroughs to Expect This Year

If there's one thing we can count on, it's that the technology hype cycle will never die. Every year, there's a new set of buzzwords to tire of: Wearables! Big data! It's enough to make you want to crawl into a dark, reception-less cave and never come out. The bad news? This year is no exception. The good news? Buzzwords aside, the technologies look great. To conduct the annual rite of technological soothsaying, we asked David Pogue, editor of Yahoo Tech (and former New York Times technology columnist), to peer into the future and tell us what's going to change see more

The App That Tells Your Complete Story, for When Instagram Just Won't Cut It

Instagram is great—addictive, easy to use, and all those filters! But if you have room in your life for one more photo-sharing app (and trust us, you should), might we suggest Storehouse (free on iOS). Created by a former Apple employee, the app is like a turbo-charged version of Instagram—only instead of posting individual pictures, you create stories using multiple photos, videos, and text. It's perfect for those moments when one photo just isn't enough: a bachelor party, a weekend trip, that time you took mushrooms and photographed hundreds of trees. see more

The 10 Best Video Games of 2014

The first full year of eighth-generation gaming found blockbusters glitching, franchises coasting on fumes, and Sony and Microsoft still smoothing out the wrinkles of their hardware—not exactly encouraging prospects all around. Nevertheless, through the disappointment shined a handful of games whose brilliance made everything worth it. Here are our picks for the 10 best games of 2014. see more

The Smart Lock That Recognizes When You're Approaching

In a world where every analog object has a smarter, wirelessly connected counterpart, it was only a matter of time before the lock and key got a digital upgrade. The August Smart Lock ($250), designed by Yves Behar (of Jambox and Jawbone Up fame), is the most promising of the high-tech key alternatives. You simply replace the inner part of your existing deadbolt with the August, download the app, and never look back. see more

President Obama Wears a Sparkly Tiara With Some Girl Scouts, Warms Everyone's Heart

Still editing 2014 Year in Photos. I may include this one even though it's a posed photo. This is from the annual White House Science Fair. The kids from Girl Scout Troop 2612 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, convinced the President to wear a tiara with them for their group photo. The girls had exhibited a Lego flood proof bridge project. A photo posted by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on Dec 12, 2014 at 1:33pm PST Here's hoping you had a lovely holiday. If for some reason you didn't receive everything your little heart desired, may we offer up the image above see more

The Wonderful, Wordless World of Emojis ;-)

Do you know a guy who texts with emojis, those little hearts, smiley faces, and hand gestures? Are you of the mind-set that this seemingly idiotic and emasculating way of communicating should be used only by gum-smacking, Bieber-loving tweens—and even then it's questionable because, you know, the future of humanity and whatnot? That would be a totally acceptable point of view. That is, if this were a couple of years ago. see more
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