There's a lot of talk in Lucy about humans only using 10% of their brain. This is an oft-repeated myth that drives scientists up a wall, but I'd like to believe it's a coded message from Luc Besson. Please,
The 2014 MTV Video Music Awards will take place on August 24 at the Forum in Inglewood, California. Today, they've announced the nominees. Beyoncé is up for eight awards, while Eminem and Iggy Azalea each
No more itchy, red, humongous bumps! Summer, we love you, but all of these insect bites are really killing our mood. Sure, bug repellants can scare off the pests, but those don’t guarantee around-the-clock
There are already a lot of ways to track sleep, from fitness trackers to sensors to phone apps. But if you want to get really serious about this stuff, you have to start tracking your bedroom, too. That's
TravelIntelligent Travel There are some amazing events on tap all over the world, all the time. Here’s a taste of what you can see and do in August: Take a deep dive into Australasia’s contemporary art
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Don't do this. Ever. This is one way not to excel at life. A frustrated husband decided to create a spreadsheet detailing all the times his wife said no to sex and the reasons she gave him. Then emailed
Lucien Clergue befriended Pablo Picasso in 1953. Over the next 20 years, he took intimate portraits of the artist in his studio, at bullfights and on the beach. “Clergue’s photographs are from God’s own
If You've Ever Wanted To Erase A Text You've Sent From Someone Else's Phone, Then You Should Try Wiper
Wiper features a kill-switch called the "Wipe" button. With one tap, you can delete your entire conversation, and not just from your phone. Wiper even lets you erase your conversations from others' phones,
Producers say that the novelty factor for a series often starts to wear off four seasons in. LOS ANGELES—Lost. Sons of Anarchy. Grey’s Anatomy. 30 Rock. The Office. Justified. Glee. Parks and Recreation.
"And So It Goes" is going for "cute," as in: "Oh, well, you know. It was cute." Michael Douglas stars as the grumpy old real estate agent with the broken heart, with Diane Keaton as the lounge singer door.
Given people’s desire to dump money on all sorts of self-improving pills, superfoods, fitness trackers, and life hacks, it’s no wonder that Hollywood has taken to neuroscience’s most persistent myth —
How a lawyer from the San Fernando Valley created a gossip empire and transformed himself into the most feared man in Hollywood, all by breaking a few long-held rules and, as rumor has it, lording over