Could it fall on its face? Yes, sure. Well here we are. The Switch, Nintendo's latest console, is finally here. The internet is flooded with detailed, measured reviews right now, so rather than publish
What being the oldest, youngest, or middle child means for your future. Want to stir up some controversy amongst siblings? Tell them which one science says is smarter. A recent study about how first-born
From the genius who built a Thor’s hammer that only he could lift, comes a real-life lightsaber, blue light and all, that’s essentially a flamethrower that runs on–you guessed it–alcohol. The video above
The discovery could herald a virtual return to the Dark Ages, with doctors unable to control common germs like E. Coli, rolling back centuries of medical progress. "These are extremely worryingly results,"
The extremist terrorist group Isil sent out a warning to members on how to protect from hackers like Anonymous Radical terrorist group Isil, which has claimed responsibility for the Paris terror attacks,
14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed and his homemade clock have sparked passion and support from thousands of people who believe he was unfairly arrested after bringing his invention to his classroom at MacArthur
Many of us are guilty of thinking of laundry rooms as unremarkable or unattractive parts of our home that don't require much... In our long history of construction, paneling has run the gamut from ornate
These outdoor spaces from the Dwell community are perfect for warm summer nights. These porches, patios, and courtyards have us green with envy. Ah, sweet sweet summertime. What better way to sit back
Gunships and fighters and lasers, oh my According to the Air Force, the future of war in the sky is lasers. Lasers on new jet fighters are a future goal, but there’s lower-hanging fruit in the world of
Samsung has just announced its plans to develop “denser” batteries and thinner camera sensors that will supposedly make their way to smartphones by the year 2017. While that may seem quite far off, the
Picture Stories The eye is an organ of extreme perfection. I have a strong interest in evolution, and eyes have developed stunning adaptations over time. This mayfly (above) is a male with what are called
Making morphine — or heroin*, for that matter — isn't easy. You have to know a bunch of fancy chemistry to synthesize the drug from scratch. Or you have to get your hands on some opium poppies and extract
1. Carl Icahn published a new open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook. In it, he says that Apple shares are worth $240. 2. Barack Obama now has his own Twitter account, POTUS (President of the United States).
1. Shiite militia fighters are preparing to launch an offencive to take back Ramadi, the western Iraqi city that fell to Islamic State militants in the government's biggest defeat since last summer. 2.
A very small part of the world. Okay, just Mountain View, California For years, the car of the future has been stuck going in circles. Although Google's converted self-driving Lexuses have hit the road
Weird & Wild Filmed shimmying up a cave wall in Ecuador, the catfish is likely a known species with a never before seen behavior, a new study says. Weird & Wild Deep beneath the Amazon rain forest lives
Coastal Contacts Inc. is hoping a corporate rebranding will put a kinder, gentler face on online retailer Clearly Contacts, known mostly for its aggressive discounting of lenses and frames. In a case meet
Shortly after the release of an AP report asserting that Google's self-driving cars have been involved in four accidents since last September, the company published a post on Backchannel today — the Medium-based
Changing Planet Thousands of innocent civilians are killed each year by improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and explosive remnants of war (ERW) in dozens of countries with a legacy of conflict. Nations