Oliver Wainwright In the northwestern region of the Amazon rainforest, the Jivaroan tribes used to shrink the heads of their slaughtered enemies and mount them on sticks as triumphant hunting trophies.
Pokhlebkin reconsidered “His name was magical. Legendary,” claimed an article in the newspaper Vechernyaya Moskva (Evening Moscow) on the third anniversary of Pokhlebkin’s death. “Many believed it to a
With the debilitating effects of the economic crisis firmly in the nation’s rearview mirror and new-car sales firing on all cylinders, the 2014 model year is serving up an engaging array of new and fully
As vacationers head to the beach this holiday weekend, an expert says communities are taking a variety of approaches to keep swimmers safe. Would you go swimming where there's recently been a shark attack?
We first happened across this amazing Norton Commando eight months ago. It’s now gracing the pages of Tank Moto, a super-stylish new quarterly from the publishers of Fuel Magazine. When I first saw this
Glaciers in Everest region have shrunk 13 percent since the 1960s. Everest isn't the same mountain it was when Jim Whittaker became the first U.S. climber to summit the peak in 1963. The world's highest
Changing Planet A boulder-sized meteor slammed into the moon in March, igniting an explosion so bright that anyone looking up at the right moment might have spotted it, NASA announced Friday. NASA’s Meteoroid
Last night the Red Bull Music Academy opened the doors of their new home in New York to a diverse crowd ranging from skateboard... Superior sound and thoughtful design make this turntable worth the price
You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the
Atlantis was a myth, but real-life lost lands do exist. A lost continent off the coast of Brazil may have been found, scientists announced this week. Granite boulders dredged from the seafloor off the