It makes you wonder, did the Brazilian team every feel like they might as well have not been there?
Don't worry (or sorry), it's totally SFW.
The readers of Gizmodo US were asked to find the weirdest computer mice on the planet. They did well, so here are 13 of the craziest ones they could find.
Channel your inner immaturity with these totally legitimate places.
Adam was never able to hear very wel, and has just undergone surgery to have a cochlear implant. This is the story of what happened
This girl has some of the best Facebook cover photos. It actually sort of makes having an account worthwhile.
Instead of the toxic chemicals often used at your local drycleaner, the Swash runs on disposable detergent pods.
For a few glorious years in the mid-1960s, these vehicles showed the world what six wheels and the engine from an F-104 Starfighter could do.
Not a jellyfish. Nor a sperm. In fact, this is a cloud formed by a Russian Soyuz rocket as it rose through the thin air of near space on the morning of Tuesday 8 July. The cross, right at the top of the formation, was made by the Soyuz's four boosters, as their plumes ballooned out in the thin air. [Roscosmos via New Scientist]
Thanks to a computer glitch, the US' Selective Service System recently reminded over 14,000 men born between the years of 1893 and 1897 to register for the draft.
Apple has gotten in the wonderful little habit of discounting some of its most beloved App Store fare for its birthday, and this year is no different. Here are the best free and discounted apps.
Removing the shipwrecked Costa Concordia has been a slow project, but now the real challenge begins: taking it off the coast of Giglio Island to a port in Genoa for dismantling.
David "Pan Face" Cameron has, for once, done something that we can all get behind, looking to fast-track new laws that could see London host a Formula One Grand Prix in just a year's time.
If you find yourself wandering around Liverpool in the middle of the night, you might be surprised to happen upon a warehouse with a glowing blue door. It's an abandoned warehouse FULL of live jellyfish.
Although you know it when you see it, it's hard to accurately describe Memphis design without resorting to specific 1980s pop cultural references. It's Miami Vice meets Saved By The Bell plus Beetlejuice. And it's all coming back, in a very big way.