Want to bake a perfect-looking pizza—with uniform, golden brown cheese—with a unique flavor kick? Leave it to scientists to detail pizza's "cheese functionality" and how to get good browning. Read more...
The internet is filled with plenty of photo fakery. And we here at Factually are here to help you distinguish the true from the too-good-to-be. Today we have six more images you may have seen floating around recently.
They say that it's all fun and games until somebody loses an eye. Technically, the same applies to skull fractures, poisoning, and third-degree burns. Throughout history, toy makers have designed some truly brutal products (lawn darts, anyone?
Two lock-pickers managed to create software that can guide a 3-D printer to craft a plastic master key that works on more sophisticated locks.Engineers Weyers and Christian Holler rely on the lock bumping technique for opening tumbler locks with...
Thousands of years ago, a minority of ancient Egyptians set a majority to work building some of the oldest human-made structures in the world. It seems like we've been debating about how they did it ever since: Water?
Good news for Android enthusiasts who are using Opera Mini as their default browser, as developers have just announced that they have released a major update for the application, which brings some major new features and improvements.
When you have an unapologetic asshole for a CEO, your company does things like this: Uber is conducting a full-blown street campaign to destroy Lyft using deceptive tactics, The Verge reports. This is what "disruption" really looks like.
What do you do when a potentially deadly disease menaces the world? From making cross-stitches shaped as the virus to sending holy water to cure the sickness, take a look at these nine crazy reactions presented here.
China is now conducting an anti-trust probe on Microsoft and according to new information that emerged today, the company is collaborating with local officials to address all claims and provide the necessary data to escape without a fine.
Scientists in Scotland claim to have successfully grown an intact, fully functional organ inside a living animal. Apart from being a world first, this achievement is hailed as a major breakthrough for regenerative medicine.