The bad news: Our brains are wired to be negative. The good news: You can train your brain to hold on to happiness in 10 seconds. Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could hack into our own brains and rewire
Weird News June 25, 2014 / 6:06 PM GMT / Updated June 25, 2014 / 6:16 PM GMT A rollover crash in Bel-Air, California, last week didn’t seem to faze the elderly couple involved. After the blue Honda tipped
Anyone who thinks there's nothing new to plop atop a burger need only taste the latest topping Carl's Jr. is testing: mashed potatoes. Not as a side dish — on the burger between the buns. The sandwiches
iFixit helps consumers fix or upgrade gadgets rather than throw old electronics away. It offers self-help guides and repair manuals and has become famous for "tear down" reviews, where it pulls a gadget
Design student Graham McMullin is asking one person a day to document what makes him or her happy, then testing those suggestions himself. How do you exercise your inalienable right to pursue happiness?