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Rubik’s Cube: The best puzzle ever?

The six-sided toy is one of the best-selling brainteasers of all time. Jonathan Glancey explores how it came to be and why it is still so popular.<p>Here is a fascinating and enjoyable experiment you can try out on people of almost any age around the world. Without saying a word, hand them a Rubik’s …

Cool Stuff

The 10 Pasta Recipes to Know

It's easy to look to pasta as that happy weeknight cure-all: the palette on which to throw any bits and bobs, to dress with the random things hanging out in the pantry, to just top with cheese and call it dinner. But there are some classic pasta dishes -- or just really delicious ones -- that we …

Italian Food

Medic tells of horrific scenes in Guinea's fight against Ebola virus

Doctors and nurses are struggling to contain first outbreak of deadly virus in West Africa in almost 20 years<p><b>Ebola virus outbreak: live</b><p>A medical aid worker has given the first eye-witness account of the horrific scenes facing doctors and nurses battling to control the outbreak of the deadly Ebola …

Disease

How China is trying to get its citizens to censor themselves

China’s more Orwellian approaches to controlling information—blocking websites, deleting posts, shuttering the accounts of outspoken bloggers, and detaining people for spreading “rumors“—are well known. But the Chinese government is increasingly adopting a subtler strategy for controlling …

China

How to plan a round-the-world trip

Itʼs the ultimate trip: circumnavigating the planet, and stopping off wherever takes your fancy. Great for travellers who want to see it all, or who are just plain indecisive. But booking a round-the-world (RTW) trip can be a complex business. Hereʼs our guide to getting started.<p>How to do it<p>The …

How to Buy a Bike—Even if It's Your First

Want to know how to buy a bike? These are the tips and tricks you need to know, especially if it's your first time.<p>If you plan to do more than just salivate over the shiny new bikes in our Buyer's Guide, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed by your options. Before your head explodes, allow us …

More Revealing Portraits of Kids Around the World and Their Toys

Maudy, 3 – Kalulushi, Zambia<p>Almost exactly a year ago, we showed you an eye-opening series that featured kids around the world with their most prized possession, their toys. Photographer Gabriele Galimberti has now traveled three years and visited dozens of countries to capture young kids in their …

Kids

27 Jaw Dropping Works Of Street Art So Big They Will Never Fit In A Gallery

Sydney-based artist Fintan Magee is redefining street art.

Vatican removes Germany's 'bishop of bling'

The Vatican has removed a German bishop because he spent $43m of Church funds on an extravagant residence when Pope Francis was preaching austerity.<p>Announcing the decision on Wednesday, the Vatican said the atmosphere in the diocese of Limburg had become such that Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van …

Newly Discovered Dwarf Planet Hints at 'Super Earth' in Far Reaches of Solar System

There's more to the solar system beyond Pluto's orbit. Researchers have discovered a new dwarf planet nearly 7.5 billion miles away from the sun.<p>Even …

Astronomy

IRS Says It Will Treat Bitcoins As Property, Not Currency

In a new rule released on Tuesday, the Internal Revenue Service says it will treat bitcoin and other virtual currencies as property.<p>The Wall Street Journal reports this means any profits made on the currency will be taxed at the capital-gains rate and that investors will have to keep extensive …

Bob Marley: The Stories Behind 17 Rare and Unseen Images

Photographer Dennis Morris shares his memories of a close working relationship with the global superstar<p>British photographer Dennis Morris was a high …

Bob Marley
Climate Change

Full 2015 Cadillac Escalade Configurator Live

While the 2015 Cadillac Escalade SUV’s base price, trim levels, and color options have already been revealed, the new full configurator details pricing for each trim as well as options. The 2015 Escalade Standard 2WD starts at $72,690, while the Escalade ESV Premium 4WD is priced at $86,790.<p>A …

Xbox? Playstation? Wii? A Cheaper Way To Join The Console Wars

<i>In our</i> Getting Back In The Game <i>series, we're helping would-be gamers navigate the wide world of video games — whether you're new to the hobby or a former player who hasn't picked up a controller in a while.</i><p>If you've been out of the game, all the hype over the latest consoles may leave you too …

The South Pole Is a Great Place to View Space

The Big Bang radiation discovery happened there—and when you look at Antarctic conditions, you can understand why.<p>The South Pole in winter is a far from ideal spot for humans. The temperature averages -72 degrees Fahrenheit (-58 degrees Celsius), it's dark for six months, and it's as bone dry as …

Astrophysics

Japan used to rule video games, so what happened?

Everyone knows video games are big in Japan, but in recent years the question has been whether Japan’s still big in video games. “Japan is over. We're done. Our game industry is finished,” said <i>Mega Man</i> and <i>Dead Rising</i> creator Keiji Inafune at the Tokyo Game Show in 2009, and five years on there’s no …

Remember the desktop PC? Intel is trying to reinvent it

Intel thinks there's a future in the desktop PC. And it tried to prove that this week at the Game Developers Conference.<p>Intel this week tried to breathe some life into a device category that's not exactly fertile ground: the desktop PC.<p>At the Game Developers Conference, the chipmaker said it was …

25 Insane High Heels You Won't Believe Exist

Roberto Cavalli

Talented Guy Sings Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" In 20 Different Styles

Katy Perry

Every 60 Seconds, Apple Makes More Money Than You Do in a Year

Check out this interactive: It shows how much revenue and profit a handful of technology companies generate—by the second. When you land on the page, …

Cryptocurrency

DreamWorks to build entertainment complex in Shanghai

Shrek's home may be Hollywood, but the iconic green orge is about to build a second home in Shanghai.<p>DreamWorks Animation, which created Shrek way back in 2001, is linking-up with well-funded Chinese partners to build a $2.4 billion entertainment complex in Shanghai. Designs for the so-called …

Movies

Nepal looks to lease out unclimbed Himalayan mountains

Nepal is considering an innovative plan to lease out some of the country's remote and unclimbed Himalayan peaks to private companies in return for a fee.<p>The scheme, which includes hiring out peaks and cutting mountaineering fees, would open up unvisited mountains to local and foreign companies to …

Mountaineering

The hidden messages in children’s books

Adults often find surprising subtexts in children’s literature – but are they really there? Hephzibah Anderson delves into the world of Freud and fairy tales.<p>As a child many of my favourite books had food as a theme. One in particular told the story of a boy who helped save his local burger bar by …

Books

Sylvette David: The woman who inspired Picasso

When Sylvette David was just 19, she met the ageing Picasso, who was immediately entranced and immortalised her in a series of works. Alastair Sooke looks back at the moment the artist met his muse.<p>According to Françoise Gilot, who lived with Picasso in the the 1940s and ’50s, the artist was like …

Art History