Odds are that you're used to ironing some of your clothes to keep them wrinkle-free, or taking them to the dry cleaners when you can't (or just won't) put them through a washing machine. No great shakes,
A new website lets you check out photos taken by astronauts of specific spots on Earth. Who isn’t moved by images of the Earth at night? In the contrast it shows between nature and settlement—in the civilizational
A video gamer who goes by "Blubbler" online just set a new world record for beating 1985's "Super Mario Bros." -- aka the original "Mario" game -- by completing it in 4 minutes and 57.69 seconds. That
Starting this fall, it'll be much harder to switch between Android and iOS It’s impossible for Google or Apple to introduce a new feature, let alone a whole new revision, to their mobile operating systems
NASA physicist Harold White and artist Mark Rademaker recently released spectacular images of the “IXS Enterprise,” a design for a hypothetical faster-than-light starship based on work being done in Dr.
Jason Buzi has been told by French authorities that he faces a fine or imprisonment if he carries out treasure hunt The American philanthropist behind the world-wide HiddenCash craze will not be allowed
Want to feel anxious about your internet connection? The security firm Norse is more than happy to oblige. It's running a live hacking map that shows the attacks against a worldwide honeypot (that is,
Facebook just announced yet another way it is encroaching on your privacy. Starting soon, the company said on Thursday, it will use information gathered from other websites to figure out the ads that apply
Riot police were called in to break up what the LA Times described as a "melee" outside the arena following the King's victory over the New York Rangers. In one clip posted online, a drone can be seen
Soon you'll be able to send a friend not just a picture of a pizza, but the scent of a pizza, using your phone. Yes, really. Harvard engineering professor David Edwards has invented a device called an
Using nothing but his thoughts, a paralyzed Brazilian will kick off today’s World Cup wearing the world’s most advanced brain-controlled exoskeleton. The device, called BRA-Santos Dumont, is a product
The PowerUp 3.0, a device that lets you pilot a paper airplane with your smartphone, will ship 20,000 straight to Kickstarter backers, VentureBeat reports. It's set to go on sale to the public this summer.
A man posting on a Japanese marriage advice forum has said the reason for his wife divorcing him was that he didn't enjoy the Disney film Frozen. He writes that his wife became obsessed with Frozen after
Google showcases its latest self-driving car prototype, allowing members of the public to be taken for a spin. The small electric, two-seater car has no steering wheel, accelerator pedals or brake pedals.