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Ever try to search for lesbian-friendly content on Google and come up short? Us too, and the new Google Instant excludes lesbians altogether. Lesbians queer sex hot sexy lesbians sexy sex.
In addition to perhaps the most egregious split infinitive in the history of the written word, Star Trek, which celebrates its 44th anniversary this week, also committed crimes against its gay fans: it ignored them.
Google debuts Priority Inbox for Gmail, making it easier to stave off your inbox demons. But that’s not the only trick up Google’s sleeve. Check out these Googly must-try tools you might have missed along the way.
BioShock is back! The series takes a left turn, away from diving suits and toward the floating city of Columbia. And Metroid: Other M is just around the corner; it’s probably so close you can taste it.
If you’re looking to mix up your mobile life, spend a little time sizing up Samsung’s impressive new line of Android devices. Meet the Samsung Galaxy S series stars, the Vibrant, Captivate, Fascinate and Epic. Shiny, eh? And available for each of the four main ‘merican carriers!
Are you in the habit of transforming your thoughts into the written word? Of course you are. So do this one thing I ask of you: download Notational Velocity, the best text editing client in town. Your productivity is soaring, is it not?
If you like pretty things, queer girls, and science, you need to know about Street Anatomy, a blog about awesome anatomical illustrations.
Got an Xbox 360 or a PS3? Share your gamertag here! It’s the purest form of friendship. And you don’t have to share your fries.
The death of net neutrality may spell the end of all that is odd and good about the interweb as we know it. And it’s really important to learn why. You like lolcats, don’t you? I thought so.
Worf deserves marriage rights too you guys.
A new Blackberry ad is trying to make the signature phone of I-Banker assholes everywhere seem queerer and cooler. Because queers are cool, particularly when mustachioed.
While Inception isn’t Christopher Nolan’s best film, it’s a taut psychological thriller that’s really only bogged down by its ambition to be all things to all summer moviegoers.
Time to check back in with Final Fantasy XIII (and model through it), after a hiatus of epic proportion. I’m at about hour 10 and Lightning’s still sassy, but I did spot an alt-lifestyle haircut. Onward and upward! Or downward. I think Pulse is down.
More zany stuff went down at San Diego Comic-Con 2010 than you can shake a stick at, but we’ll try to shake a stick anyway. Check out the new Scott Pilgrim movie, a queer comics panel, a Whedonite tidbit and (most importantly) our own Brandy Howard in an inexplicable chicken superhero costume!
Inspired by Sigourney Weaver’s bald head, we’ve managed to narrow down our picks for the Top 11 Sci-Fi Babes to the best of the best. These are the smartest, toughest, gun-totingest sexbombs around.
The HTC Droid Incredible is sure lucky it lives up to its name, because I think we can all admit it was a pretty dumb thing to call a phone. But hey, that’s water under the bridge. Because this phone is seriously amazing. Hear all about it from a recent dumbphone to smartphone convert, our very own Sarah.
New research indicates that video games relieve stress, making us less depressed and hostile. And all this time we’d been playing them because they made us sad and hateful. Hm. Also, Google debuted a feature that will help just about anyone make an app and how to teach yourself synesthesia in three easy steps. Well, maybe not three.
While you might be tired of hearing about the HTC EVO, I’m somehow not yet tired of writing about it. And it’s the only phone I have because no one sends me free shit and I’m a pauper. Since almost everything I’ve written about the phone has been glowing, here are some complaints. No phone is perfect, and while none of my complaints are a dealbreaker, these 6 things bug me.
The TedxOilSpill conference features a talk by notorious Twitter brand-hijacker, @BPGlobalPR, on the disaster in the Gulf. And how the little guy can piss people off in a big way — for the common good and stuff.