Imagine a stack of one dollar bills reaching from Los Angeles to Tijuana with exactly one $1,000 bill in the stack. The odds of any single ticket winning the lottery tonight are smaller than finding that
In an interview with The Telegraph, Kevin Lynch, Apple's vice president of technology, detailed just how far Apple is willing to go to get the Watch to within nanoseconds of total accuracy. Here's what
Wildly inspiring, wholly amazing, totally universal moments that keep you coming back to the bike for more 1. The moment before you know how the ride is going to go, when anything is possible. 2. Finding
Admit it: Flying first class can make the hassles of air travel so much better. I've been bumped up to first class twice: once while traveling solo on a business trip to Boston and once with my husband
The only pain that you should feel while riding should come from pushing yourself. If you’re feeling uncomfortable on your bike, try making one of these gear swaps. Saddle You might feel a bit like Goldilocks
Want to be a better cyclist? Here is a generous helping of wisdom Want to be a better cyclist? Just ride. Every time you turn the pedals, you naturally improve a little. Of course, one well-placed tip,
By showing popular routes, the new feature also can help you find the best cycling route across a city Strava released a fun new tool this morning that opens up its expansive collection of commuting data
They are the noisiest, most annoying things about shooting a film on location. No, not the actors. The diesel generators. FreeWire, a startup out of UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, has created set
General Motors believes old Chevy Volt (and eventually, Bolt) batteries have a future as backup power sources for houses and buildings that use renewable energy. In fact, the company has repurposed five
Mercedes and Tesla aren't the only electric car makers giving their batteries something to do besides getting you from A to B. Nissan is teaming up with Green Charge Networks to repurpose "second-life"
One day I became fed up with all of my excuses for driving to work every day. During the summer I would ride my bike, but it would come in waves without any consistency. There is one huge hill climb to
If you’re the parent of an elementary school-age child, chances are good (OK, about one in ten, although actual numbers are hard to pin down) that you’ve encountered Everyday Math. Chances are reasonably
Google's Project Glass is still exotic, futuristic, and distant — it's available only forextremely early adopters, including "creative individuals" who were let in through a Twitter and Google+ contest.
Americans have a peculiar conviction that the one thing money can’t give us is satisfaction. You can’t buy happiness, we’ve all been told. “Mo Money Mo Problems”, Biggie concurred. And while we can all
The Government Accountability Institute came out with its latest report today, a time analysis of the hours President Barack Obama has spent in meetings during his term. Some notable results, according