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Five Star Wars: The Force Awaken’s Cut Scenes Revealed

Star Wars: The Force Awakens was once ever-so-slightly longer than it is in theaters today. This isn't uncommon. [This is your complementary SPOILER ALERT] But when it comes to a movie with a mythology like Star Wars, every single tiny little bit of film footage is important.

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The Engadget Guide to Tokyo

Robots, the otaku culture epicenter, the country that gave us Nintendo, Sony and Hatsune Miku. In Tokyo, there's so much to see -- and maybe that's why I live here. Being the good friend that I am, I've curated a map of restaurants, shops and attract...

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The 1 Diamond Splurge Every Woman Should Make (Hint: It’s Not a Ring)

Living in a trend-driven world , it can be hard to keep up with what's "in" and what's "out" - especially when it comes to jewelry. Super chunky statement necklaces? Yawn

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How a design firm built the ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ statue

The last Avengers film, Age of Ultron, capped off its world-saving adventure in a unique way: With a stunning statue rendering of our heroes in action. It was reminiscent of classical depictions of Greek gods and goddesses, which seems only fitting f...

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ICYMI: The best space, drone and car tech of the year

Today on In Case You Missed It: We are rounding up our very favorite transportation stories since launching ICYMI in June and it wouldn't be us if we didn't talk about NASA taking applications for astronauts again. Couple that with NASA's Pluto fly-b...

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EPFL’s printing technique hides one image behind the other

Remember those holographic cards that give off different colors when you tilt them a certain way? Well, in the video below the fold, the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne demos metallic cards similar to those, except they'...

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Judge says NVIDIA violated Samsung’s patents

NVIDIA's attempt at suing its mobile chip rivals into oblivion isn't really going according to plan. On top of losses in its own cases, the graphics pioneer is now facing the threat of a sales ban: a US International Trade Commission judge has ruled...

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Leaked ‘Hateful Eight’ DVD screener linked to Hollywood exec

Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight doesn't officially hit theaters until Christmas, but a DVD-quality rip is already floating around the internet. This shouldn't sound too surprising though -- major holiday releases have been popping up online for...

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Alexander Wang’s New Jewelry Blurs the Line Between Naughty and Nice

Sure, you've got plenty of wear-every-day earrings and cuffs that almost feel like second skin at this point (seriously - it's like you never take them off). But just in time for your New Year's Eve party , Alexander Wang released his debut line of standout jewelry, and it'd be a crying shame for you to miss out. These chainlink pieces, offered in rhodium with yellow-gold hardware and a lovely rose gold, aren't your typical chokers and dainty bracelets.

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ICYMI: The best health innovations of the year

Today on In Case You Missed It: It's been a pretty magical year for medical innovation, with something for everyone but most especially Star Trek fans. The FDA approved 3D-printed medicine for the first time, prosthetic arms for kids got awesome and...

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