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Past and Present Versions of Iconic Figures in Side-by-Side Illustrations

Graphic designer Fulvio Obregon gives us a glimpse of both the past and the present in his series titled <i>Me & My Other Me</i>. For this particular collection, the artist illustrates iconic celebrities and their past selves within the same frame. “Each occupies the same place in the ‘I' past with its …

Bill Gates

The most anticipated video games of 2016

We love Nintendo's "Paper" series of games and Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam for the 3DS looks to continue the role-playing fun in portable form. (<p>Caption by Jeff Bakalar / Photo by AlphaDream<p>1<p>of 41<p>The Witness<p>The creator of indie-darling Braid is back with The Witness, an open-world exploration game …

Gaming Industry

To fight peanut allergy, it's better to eat peanuts than avoid them

It seemed like a good idea at the time: With the incidence of peanut allergy climbing among children, the American Academy of Pediatrics advised parents in 2000 to keep peanuts far away from infants and toddlers who might have a life-threatening reaction to them.<p>But a new study suggests that advice …

Bummed By Lack Of 2015 Xbox One And PS4 Exclusives? Pick Up A Wii U And Smile

Over on Paul Tassi’s corner of Forbes Games, there is much lamenting concerning the dearth of hard-hitting exclusives for Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One, and rightfully so. For the so-called “next-gen” consoles, exclusives in 2014 — and thus far 2015 depending on your impressions of …

Gaming

We should never have told people to stop eating fat

Restrictions on eating fat have been questioned recently: Documentaries like "Fed Up" make the argument that sugar is a bigger problem than fat in today's obesity and diabetes epidemic, and a well-cited recent study found that saturated fat did not seem to be as bad for heart health as guidelines …

Nutrition

See the Evolution of Michelle Obama in Magazine Covers

Michelle Obama

Samsung teases 'amazing' camera in new flagship phone

A month ago, I wrote about the iPhone's camera and how instrumental it is to many of the things that make that bestselling device so appealing. Today, Apple's most direct competitor, Samsung, has reiterated its long history of developing cameraphones and promised to deliver nothing less than "the …

Phones

Why Donald Glover Is The Spiderman We Need

On Monday night, after Marvel announced that it had recovered Spiderman from a beleaguered Sony Pictures, it started again. We had heard it before, back before Sony cast Andrew Garfield as Spiderman. The message was this: that Donald Glover, of Community had Childish Gambino fame, would be the …

Donald Glover

Kanye West's Ryan Seacrest Interview: 11 Things We Learned

From interrupting Beck to why he thinks the Grammys are a joke, the rapper opens up<p>Kanye West recently spoke with Ryan Seacrest and co-host Ellen K …

Millions Of Gamers Are Still Buying Consoles, Here Is Why

Whenever a new gaming platform comes along all kinds of talk starts as to whether it will replace what is currently available. In the past few years we’ve heard all sorts of comments and analysis as to the death of games consoles, even further back we heard something similar as to the end of PC …

Gaming

Revealing Photo Series Documents School Lunches Around the World

Around 32 million children in the US eat cafeteria food every weekday, and most of these students consume over half their daily calories at school. With this in mind, it's clear that school cafeterias are becoming crucial in the fight against childhood obesity. Sweetgreen–a chain of salad …

Healthy Eating

Marvel Needs To Make 'Spider-Man' Cool Again

Spider-Man is quite possibly the most famous and most popular comic book character of all time. There’s not a soul over three who doesn’t recognize Marvel’s web-slinging super-hero.<p>Only Batman has inspired as much brand loyalty over the years, and even that’s a toss-up.<p>Superman hasn’t really been a …

Comics

The Grammys Break Tradition to Share Intimate Portraits of Winners

This year, the Recording Academy discontinued one of its major traditions by allowing renowned music photographer Danny Clinch's annual Grammy winner portraits to be shared with the public. They posted a selection of the photos to their popular @thegrammys Instagram account. Now, you can see …

Sam Smith

Marvel called Guardians of the Galaxy 2 ‘risky,’ writer says

When director and writer James Gunn pitched his idea for <i>Guardians of the Galaxy 2</i>, Marvel called it "risky" but gave it the greenlight, Gunn said in an upcoming episode of the Alison Rosen is Your New Best Friend podcast, Uproxx reports.<p><i>Guardians of the Galaxy 2</i>’s story won’t be beholden to the …

New Beautifully Scripted 3D Calligraphy Illusions by Tolga Girgin

Turkey-based electrical engineer and graphic designer Tolga Girgin puts a unique twist on the art of calligraphy with his beautifully scripted letters that appear three-dimensional. Many of his creations may look like they were crafted from strips of paper that were cut and folded to pop off the …

Typography

Apple And Samsung Join Forces For iPhone 7

Following reports at the end of last year that Samsung’s manufacturing plant in Austin was working on the early batches of A9 system-on-chips (SoC) for the presumptively named Apple iPhone 7, it appears that the South Korean manufacturer will be the lead manufacturer for most, if not all, of the A9 …

Mobile

See the Human Body Under a Microscope

Adrenaline crystals (polarized light micrographs)<br>Reprinted with permission from Science is Beautiful © 2014 b<p>1 of 10

Science

Rise of the robots: how long do we have until they take our jobs?

Google’s Ray Kurzweil predicts robots will reach human levels of intelligence by 2029 – if they overcome current limitations<p>They have mastered the art of poker, helped write a cookbook and can cope with a basic conversation. The decision by a Japanese bank to staff their frontdesk with a bevy of …

Artificial Intelligence

The Seahawks convinced Bill Belichick to save a timeout

Bill Belichick saved his timeout when he saw what the Seahawks did just before Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl-winning interception.<p>In another universe, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick might have been the goat of the 2015 Super Bowl. With two timeouts in his pocket, he made the curious …

NFL

Stephan Brusche's Whimsical Sculptures Carved from Bananas

Stephan Brusche's whimsical sculptures made from bananas transform boring office lunches into magical, tropical escapes. The Netherlands-based artist creates his banana sculptures by etching dark brown lines into the outside of the peel and carving away other portions of it to reveal pop culture …

Sculpture

The Mysterious, Murky Story Behind Soy-Sauce Packets

How Chinese takeout, a Jewish businessman from the Bronx, and NASA-approved packaging have shaped the 50-year reign of a well-loved American condiment<p>Right now, whether you're at work or at home, in a drawer somewhere near you is probably a packet of soy sauce—a squishy, likely clear pouch of …

Soysauce

Leaked Deadpool footage was great news for Ryan Reynolds

A few minutes of <i>Deadpool</i> test footage leaked onto the Internet in July of last year, and by December it was announced that the movie was back in active development. So what happened to convince the studio?<p>"Leaked test footage. Exclusively the leaked test footage, 100 percent," Deadpool star Ryan …

Why Call of Duty's zombie mode shouldn't have happened and almost didn't

Call of Duty's infectious take on zombie warfare was "lightning in a bottle," "a signature moment for the franchise," a reinvigorating, beloved bit of surprise development.<p>It was also almost killed once it was discovered.<p>"When you think about it, Call of Duty zombies shouldn't exist," said Mark …

Using Madden NFL to "Correct" the Super Bowl's Final Minutes

To our non-American fans who don't follow (our version of) football, I need to briefly explain what happened last Sunday during our little Super Bowl …

NFL

How Languages and Genes Evolve Together

Researchers have found that geography makes us who we are—genetically and linguistically.<p>As human populations disperse, the separation leads to changes both in genes and in language. So if we look at human DNA and languages over time, we should find that they differ along similar geographic …

Linguistics

Myers-Briggs Personality Type Infographic Provides Valuable Career Advice and Income Data

Being familiar with your Myers-Briggs personality type can provide valuable insight into what type of job might be best suited for you. The Career Assessment Site put together a socioeconomic infographic that highlights the test's personality traits, their average household income, and more.<p>There …

Myers-Briggs

Parody Posters Reimagine Oscar-Nominated Films in Funny Movies 2015

With the 87th Academy Awards ceremony coming up on February 22, rumors and speculation are swirling over which films will take home the coveted gold statuettes. RIPT Apparel's artist community chose to celebrate the awards season with the 2nd Annual RIPTcademy Awards, a collection of brilliant …

Posters

Don't Miss This Month's Free Games On PlayStation Plus

I rarely comment on the free games available to PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold members, but this February is an exception.<p>That’s because PS3 and PS4 owners have quite a treasure trove of free content available (to subscribers) and I’d hate to see anyone miss out on a good thing.<p>This February, …

Blockbusters

Science Is Beautiful: The Human Body Under The Microscope

A new book showcases the magnificent micro-world<p><i>Science Is Beautiful</i>, a new book by Colin Salter, is a compilation of images that show what the human body looks like under a microscope. With an artistic eye, the book showcases cells, microbes, and more. Here are some of our favorite images from</i> …

E.coli