By Karl Gruber Spiders are known for getting pretty wild in the bedroom. They’re famous for twerking around to attract the opposite sex, binding their mates up with silk, or even eating them after sex.
You can’t do it all, so try Oliver Burkeman’s tips to reclaim your time and your sanity Work isn’t working; that much seems clear. If you’re a human being with a job and you don’t feel unpleasantly busy
The B2B startup specializes in making apps talk to each other, and it has booked big-name clients like Uber, FourSquare, and Airbnb. The key to Button is linking your intent with what comes next. "Let's
This is what 5 of your favorite Pixar movies looked like in early sketches before they hit the big screen
This is especially true for Pixar, which continues to put out some of the most beloved animated films of all time. But before they can go from a computer to the big screen, the movies must first be sketched
1. Write down three things you're grateful for every day. Taking the time to thoughtfully consider what you're thankful for reminds you that you already have many of the things you want -- and that's celebrating.
It might not be long before your groceries are delivered by a robot that found its way to your house on its own. Starship, a new startup founded by one of the co-founders of Skype, Janus Friis, and one
The crowd is mostly women, many of them late for work, and they're impatient. A suited bouncer at the door and a bag check are slowing everything down. This isn't the launch of Apple's latest iPhone or
Moving beyond the "Like" and adding a range of emotions with "Reactions" After years of Facebook users clamoring for a "Dislike" button, the world's largest social network is finally giving them what want—sort
The network effect, which describes how services and technologies become more valuable as more people use them, has driven the success of many internet companies. But it is not confined to the tech sector.
If you think your company doesn’t have anything to do with the growing on-demand economy and that you’re immune to it, think again. We all know about the tremendous growth in this sector. Uber is valued
Chewing is so old-fashioned Our attachment to food is antiquated. So the argument goes: It takes time and energy to buy and prepare, and it can lack nutrition (we tend to cook away the good stuff). We
The underwater fluorescent rainbow isn't just a tourist attraction Corals in shallow water sometimes produce a fluorescent pigment that protects them from harmful solar rays, like a sunscreen. But when
Why two Googlers left the company's top-secret lab to create an app that aims to change how people talk to each other
One day, while he and his wife were both at work, he got a text message containing an audio file from his 20-month-old daughter's nanny. When he finally downloaded the file as an MP3 and fired up his player,
Two holes in one! The brightest objects in the universe have massive black holes at their hearts. Quasars (“quasi-stellar radio sources”) can be brighter than entire galaxies, and they’re thought to be
Octopus skin contains a light-sensitive pigment found in eyes, suggesting that these clever cephalopods can “see” without using their eyes Octopuses are well known for changing the colour, patterning,
Aviation was born in the U.S., and very quickly, American airplanes and American-trained pilots formed the backbone of global aviation. North America remains the world's largest aviation market today,
One of ten brilliant innovations from our 2015 Invention Awards 2015 Invention Award Winner Category: Automotive Inventor: Daniel Kim Company: Lit Motors Invention: C-1 Development Cost To Date: $3.5 Maturity: