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Wobble Stool Wobbles But It Won't Fall Down

Your body moves around while you sit, so why shouldn’t your chair? Or in this case, your stool. The Wobble Stool is an ergonomic seat that tilts and …

The science of stage fright (and how to overcome it) - Mikael Cho

Heart racing, palms sweating, labored breathing? No, you’re not having a heart attack -- it’s stage fright! If speaking in public makes you feel like …

5 Reasons Why Black Widow Needs Her Own Movie

It's time she got that red off her ledger.<p>Do you want to see more of The Most Famous Female Superhero in the World right now? We do too. Here are …

The Downsides of Storing Files on Your Desktop

Your desktop is a convenient place to store a few files, but it isn't always the best. PC World explains why.<p>This is a pretty common practice—if you …

Google Releases Project Ara MDK

It’s been a little while since we’ve heard about modular smartphones, but Google has just released the Module Developers Kit (MDK) for Project Ara. …

Illustrated Movie Characters by Rafael Lima

Awesome Movie Characters.<p>Rafael Lima is a Manaus, Brazil based art director, illustrator, and graphic designer who currently works for Samsung …

Samsung

Hidden miracles of the natural world | Louie Schwartzberg

Relativity Isn't Relative

Infinite Crisis - What Do You Fight For?

DC Comics

How your brain works – video

The size of a small cauliflower, the human brain is the most complex organ in your body. It squeezes out 70,000 thoughts a day. But where does it store information? And how does it generate flights of fancy? Explore the inner workings of your personal ideas factory Continue reading...

From the 'You Can Draw With Anything' Department: Seung Mo Park's Gorgeous Steel Mesh Portraits

While Chuck Close's tool of choice was the pencil, artist Seung Mo Park makes his marks with a very different medium: Stainless steel mesh.<p>By …

How touchscreens work

Ever wonder how you're able to awaken your phone with a simple swipe? Find out how the electrical impulses in your body interact with those in your …

Phones