Wikipedia Stung By Paid-For Promotional Entries

We all have a giggle when someone edits a Wikipedia page to say that Harry Styles was the seventh wife of Henry the VIII or some such prank, but there's now a newly uncovered dark-side to the go-to online encyclopedia. It seems some companies are paying to have favourable entries written about them, undermining the neutral accuracy the site aims to offer. Read More >>

Would You Test-Fire a 3D-Printed Gun?

3D printing can produce a whole helluvalot of cool things, but at the end of the day, it's just plastic. Guns are not meant to be made of plastic. If you make them of plastic, they break. And then the gun explodes in your face, leading to a rather complicated explanation at the hospital as to how you got plastic embedded in your forehead. Read More >>


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