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There's something inherently retrofuturistic about prefab houses, the kind that arrive ready-made, or only require some assembly. But their clean lines and beautiful curves look more striking and beautiful than a lot of buildings of today.
Die meisten Geräte lassen sich auch beim Fachhändler reparieren. Bequemer – und oftmals günstiger – geht es aber bei Online-Diensten: Handy, Kaffeemaschine oder den kaputten Schuh einfach einschicken und repariert zurück bekommen.
Science is our route to understanding the world around us—but sometimes, even the sharpest minds need a while to explain the weirdest discoveries. Here are ten amazing findings that remain unexplained by science.
In this video Luke Rudkowski speaks with Department of Education whistleblower Charlette Iserbyt about the deliberate dumbing down of America. The former US ...
The world is running out of space. Truth be told, the world is running out of a lot of things, but some very simple tweaks to our lifestyle could make the space issue less of an problem.
Google’s Project Ara smartphone has drawn a lot of attention even since it has been unveiled in late 2013, and it has returned to the headlines this week, when Google unveiled some more details on it, including a targeted release date.
The Drinks Business Gadget geeks invent sonic beer foamer The Drinks Business A gadget-loving company has created an ultra-sonic device which it says will ensure your beer will always have the perfect head and will never go flat.
Like ghosts? Then you'll love Poveglia, a small, deserted island in the Venetian lagoon that's going on the auction block next month.
Think your 802.11ac Wi-Fi is fast? Think again: Quantenna Communications has announced that it's working on a chipset due 2015 that will supports speeds of up to a staggering 10 Gbps. Read more...
James Dyson's has an idea for a new form of sucking machine—one so large it requires an entire barge to house it. Read more...
It's the 40th anniversary of the publication of Carrie, so New York Magazine has compiled a complete list of the Maine Man's works (including the Bachman Books, collaborations, collections and non-fiction), ranked from worst to best.
Cortana is the newest member of the virtual assistant family , so we thought we'd get the whole crew together for a chat.
Remote desktops are nothing new, but Google has now released a slick app that makes the process a pleasure rather than wildly frustrating. The new software will let you control your Mac or PC from any Android device.
It's always beautiful when two awesome things collide. It's especially beautiful when those two things are The Simpsons and Lego.
House numbers on Google Street View can turn up as blobby, blurry things, so its engineers built a pretty crazy neural network to decipher them.
On Monday, a total of 10,580 people from Dai ethnic group gathered in Jinghong city, in China's Yunnan province, and took part in an impressive umbrella dance, setting a new world record for the largest group of people performing the traditional...
Researchers in the UK have developed a technique to culture universal type-O blood from stem cells. It's the first time scientists have manufactured blood to the appropriate quality and safety standards for transfusion into a human being.
In a spare, drab office park in Sunnyvale, California, a bunch of two-by-fours and foamboard have been nailed together into a makeshift model of a shipping container. Inside, a bare, unlit Edison...
Are you so perplexed by the sad, sorry state of your love life that following advice plucked from a trending Twitter hashtag seems like a pretty solid idea?
I’m a fan of that Survival Show, you know the one, where they drop groups of people on an island with nothing but the clothes on their back, and some rice. My husband likes to think he would do well on a show like that.
We've come to rely on blinking dots and obscure icons to tell when a device's battery is low, but the human face is just so much easier to read and decipher.
If you and your spouse are constantly fighting, there may be a cause that makes a little more sense than whether somebody remembered where the serving spoons go. One psychologist thinks it might have to do with blood sugar.
Stories suggesting that “British car number plates could be axed by a vote in the European Parliament next week” (Daily Express) are utterly untrue.
There is no proposal or amendment on the table that would create a standard design for all car number plates in the EU. Nobody has any intention of making such a proposal.
It is legally impossible that “officials in Brussels” could be given powers to “set a standard design for vehicle registration plates in all EU member states” (Express). The EU does not “want just one version” of number plates (Daily Mail print edition). It is nothing short of ludicrous to suggest “cherished personalised number plates could be banned” (Express).
Soda’s reputation has fallen a bit flat lately: The all-American beverage most recently made headlines due to an FDA investigation of a potential carcinogen, commonly called “caramel coloring,” used in many soft-drink recipes.
The smartwatch that never runs out: New wearable tech uses body warmth for charging!