We caught up with Meyer again and learned that since that decision, things have been wild for him. His startup, Fresco News, crowdsources breaking news and photos from Twitter, Instagram and other social
File this one under "Coolest thing we've seen all day": a cube of magnetic putty swallowing a smaller cube of metal whole. We first saw this on r/woahdude, a section of Reddit dedicated to "Trippy & mesmerizing
Pop quiz: Which emoji is the best emoji? Answer: The poo emoji. I say that, not because of a proclivity to bathroom humor, but because the poo emoji is such an earnest, universal, and succinct method communication.
Mike Breach, barista extraordinaire, is stepping up his game as the Academy Awards approach. He’s in the process of “painting” this year’s Best Picture nominees — in lattes. So far he’s finished Dallas
One of the most complex computational networks on the planet is responsible for showing you annoying banner ads. Yup, even ours. Look to the top of the page. See that banner ad? Believe it or not, that
Russian photographers and adrenaline junkies Vitaly Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, who are no strangers to traveling to the world’s towering skyscrapers and climbing them with absolutely no safety gear,
Nokia is preparing to unveil its first Android phone later this month. The Wall Street Journal reports that Nokia will unveil its "Normandy" phone at Mobile World Congress later this month. Citing sources
“I work at Evernote and we’re about to get acquired… Watch this space” That could be the first big acquisition rumor to have found its way onto Secret, the new “anonymish” sharing app launched late last
The first wearable gadget based on the Intel Edison chip is a onesie that monitors your baby's breathing and sends audio and data to your smartphone. Staying connected to your baby has never been more
Samsung is giant. It employs 427,000 staff, has an annual turnover in excess of $270bn and assets of $600bn spread across over 80 business units. And Google just floored it twice using Motorola as a baseball
When we heard that Motohangar had ripped the bodywork off a Suzuki Katana, we were dismayed. After all, the Katana is one of the most iconic motorcycles ever made. But then we found out that Patrick Jones
An Oregon startup has developed a pocket-size device that uses tiny sponges to stop bleeding fast. When a soldier is shot on the battlefield, the emergency treatment can seem as brutal as the injury itself.
The app takes clinic-quality pictures and emails them to a doctor for diagnosis. A handful of teachers in a poor region of Kenya will soon test a smartphone app to give their students eye exams, the BBC
Researchers have been programming peoples' immune systems to recognize and destory cancer. Part of what makes cancers so insidious is that they’re not invaders: They’re our own cells turned against us.
The latest bionic hand can do a lot more than just let its wearer hold things: it can actually let them feel. By hooking into nerves in an amputee's arm, the new prosthetic can let a person tell how hard