The NBA All-Star Game has always held a laissez-faire attitude towards defense. The game doesn’t mean anything in the grand scheme of a season, and players are content to let each other wow the crowd harping
Spring brings exciting new attractions to many amusement parks in the U.S. From a dizzying glow-in-the-dark funhouse roller coaster, to a beyond-vertical Batman, here are six new rides we're looking forward
Doing the kessel run in 12 parsecs with a quadcopter How does a hobbyist make their drone stand out from the sea of identical quadcopters? Dress it up like it’s got stolen goods inside and the Galactic
Travel As a top state for diversity of bird, reptile, and mammal populations, Florida is a natural choice for wildlife viewing. As a top five state for diversity of bird, reptile, and mammal populations,
Paper used to charge for its collection of brushes, but in a new update, they’re free for everyone. Paper, the preeminent iPad sketching app, has always been free to download, but its advanced brushes
With a beginning in Spain. It's no secret that we here at HuffPost Taste have a bit of a sweet tooth. We relentlessly put together one dessert round-up after another (ahem, like this collection of 100
“Left Shark,” the goofy dancing shark that stole Katy Perry’s half-time show has been exploding all over the web this week. There are devoted Left Shark fans, fan clubs, and memes popping up everywhere.
We knew it was coming, but it's finally here. Not to be outdone by Sony, Olympus revealed last year, during Photokina 2014, that it was working on a lens camera of its own. And now we're starting to learn
Suggestions about what the tiny tuna monster might be include the foetus of a blowfish, a tadpole, or the head of a soft-shelled turtle. When you open a tin of tuna the last thing you expect to see is
Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan doesn't have much experience with social media, but he took over his team's Twitter account Tuesday as a way to thank the fans for their support. The goal was to
Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, the 19-year-old Greek prodigy who's having a breakout year, made one of his most astonishing plays yet on Tuesday night. Antetokounmpo is 6'11" with a 7'3"
Intel's generated some positive noise at this year’s CES with their 5th Generation Broadwell processors (one of which ships inside the new Dell XPS laptop and contributes to its touted 15 hours of battery