In case the Nicki Minaj, Nude Panda or James Franco selfie calendars won't go with your kitchen/office dÃ©cor, here's a new one that really speaks to us: the Drunk Crustaceans calendar. The brainchild
Rather than arranging foods from one recipe into perfectly aligned rows of ingredients, German artist Nora Luther created this exciting collection where the items burst into the air in an organized chaos.
Is there anything worst than a bad batch of brownies? Here are the biggest mistakes people make when baking brownies—plus how to avoid them. When it comes to comfort food and our favorite desserts, brownies
Today would've been legendary chef Julia Child's 102nd birthday, and many in the food industry have used the occasion to pay tribute to her legacy. Here's a look back at Child's influential show The French
Every week we get Down & Dirty, in which we break down our favorite unique seasonal fruits, vegetables, and more. Today: Blackberries and black raspberries are both dark in color, though neither one are
A hundred million years from now, when we're all dead and gone, a team of geologists will be digging in a field somewhere ... ... and they will discover, buried in the rocks below, a thin layer of sediment
Just shy of a year after the Google Glass Explorer edition started arriving on early adopters’ doorsteps, Google is announcing a way for people who need prescription glasses to use it. The company is four
This Sunday’s Super Bowl broadcast will see some of the world’s biggest consumer brands vying for your attention at an estimated price of $4 million for 30 seconds. In years past, viewers have come to
"Year-on-year decline." Those are words that no company looks forward to publishing in its earnings reports, but unfortunately we've seen them printed more often than not on Nokia's quarterly statements.
Oyster has grown its library of books available to its all-you-can-eat subscribers to more than 100,000 titles. CEO Eric Stromberg told CNET how it happened, and how the company is changing the world reading.
Four key problems prevent wearables from reaching a mass market–but they still have some important applications, writes product strategy consultant Kevin McCullagh. Wearables moved from the buzz idea 2013
WeChat, the popular messaging app that claimed Facebook’s mantle in China, is sharpening its focus on the US market, after quietly launching a campaign to reward users for recruiting their friends. The
Chief Executive BK Yoon claims Samsung will deliver ‘homes that understand our needs’ Speaking at the South Korean technology giant’s ‘European Forum’ in Malaga, Mr Yoon claimed “Connectivity is dramatically
"Finally, I'm not a slave to my stupid human eyeballs!" Lenny Leonard exclaims as he puts on his Oogle Goggles, a few minutes into Sunday's episode of The Simpsons, entitled "Specs and the City." In it,
It’s more important to do good work over a long period of time than to seek perfection at one thing. Besides, if you fail, it’s a great opportunity to learn. I realize I am a little late to the party,
Not content with a military-grade robotics firm and a potentially revolutionary new thermostat, Google’s Cher Horowitz-like spending spree continues in the form of a tiny yet cutting-edge artificial intelligence
Samsung is aware of a problem with its Note 3smart phone, which sees third-party accessories not working on phones runningAndroid 4.4 KitKat. The arrival of the new version of Android saw some third-party
The Android mobile OS finished 2013 with a rise in market share in 12 major regions around the world, research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech said Monday. For the three months ending December 2013, Google's
According to a research note from KGI Securities, which has a great track record of predicting future products, the two Galaxy S5 phones will be designed to attack both the high and low ends of the market.
Kegan Schouwenburg had been looking for the product that could help take 3D printing technology to the mainstream, and ended up finding inspiration in an unexpected space: orthotics. Now co-founder and
T-Mobile has just announced that LG’s flagship G Flex smartphone, as well as the long-rumored Optimus F3Q, will be available starting February 5. Pre-orders for both phones open up today. The G Flex is
More than merely "supermassive" One of the most powerful things in the universe wears a sparkly purple coat. Well, at least it looks that way in this image combining data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory