(WIRED) — "Hey Liz, do you have an iPhone? Turn on the flash, and take a picture." The directive comes from Steven Wheeler, a senior designer at online clothing company Betabrand. We're at the company's
Boeing 777 reported at speeds of up to 745mph as it flies from New York to Heathrow in just 5 hours 16 minutes Concorde may have been retired but a British Airways passenger jet approached supersonic this
We first learned about Mr. Doom thanks to a tweet from nuclear historian Alex Wellerstein, who found a document signed by "L.G. Doom," and concluded that Doctor Doom helped the US become a nuclear power.
In The Amazing Spider-Man #12 Marvel have finally and officially acknowledged the Toei produced Japanese Spider-Man TV series from the end of the 70s. The Japanese version, as you might expect, deviates
The shiniest, most significant gadgetry we saw on the showroom floor Every year, the International Consumer Electronics Show hosts more than 3,500 tech and electronics companies from around the world.
Radical new research suggests that at the same time the Big Bang created our universe, another where time goes in the opposite direction was also born A scientific breakthrough could redefine how the is
Talk about fireworks in the bedroom. When a sperm cell fuses with an egg, it triggers the sudden release of zinc atoms from the egg's surface. That's been known since 2011. Now, for the first time ever,
Capable of measuring electrical activity when affixed to rats' hearts Eww, what's that on this guy's hand? It's a sticky sheet designed to attach electronic sensors onto organs in the body. See how the
A former Boy Scout leader who toppled an ancient rock formation in Utah's Goblin Valley State Park, and another Scout leader who videotaped the incident, are being charged with criminal mischief. As we
Eddy Lee, Ph.D, is a venture capitalist investing in Silicon Valley and Singapore. He is also a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford University. So you have a great idea for a new mobile app or service—but
Former president of Ford and former chairman of Chrysler, Lee Iacocca, 89, was the mastermind of his own car-company bailout and a hell of a pitchman. RICK MCBRIDE, THE MANUFACTURER Advertisement - Continue
It all started with the price of hotdogs. In 1978 baseball fan Ron Gordon, incensed that hotdogs at the San Francisco Giants baseball stadium went up a nickel, started a campaign to have their price reduced.
Heart are an unlikely bunch of revolutionaries. But the American soft rockers' decision to cancel a concert at SeaWorld in Florida may mark a turning point in the relationship between humans and one of
NASA has created a robot for DARPA's upcoming Robotics Challenge Trials. The Valkyrie is a 6-foot-2-inch humanoid machine with detachable arms, sonar sensors, mounted cameras, and a glowing Tony Stark-esque