Kickstarter features the most awesome inventions! The latest one we’ve found is the ‘Whiskey Element’, a simple tool that claims to make cheap whiskey taste like fine expensive liquor in just 24 hours.
A pretty young Taiwanese woman is on a mission to get a new boyfriend in every city she visits in China. The 19-year-old created a stir online after she posted recruitment notices on social media, asking for temporary boyfriends.
The AI on the horizon looks more like Amazon Web Services—cheap, reliable, industrial-grade digital smartness running behind everything, and almost invisible except when it blinks off. This is a big deal, and now it's here.
What happens when a bad Photoshop skills meet bad taste? Well the most awesome Russian wedding photos, of course. Sure, wedding is one of those days you want to be memorable and that is why you take memorable photos during your special day, but these Russian couples took “memorable” to a whole new level. It’s
If you've been exploring the fine town of Auckland, New Zealand on Google Maps lately, you might've spotted a strange shape just north of the Parnell Cricket Club. It's a cat. (Or at least, it was cat.) Google's not exactly sure how it got there.
Those new-fangled contraptions these days — with their beeping and their "online" social interaction — are making us dishonest! Researchers from Cornell University have determined that they have led to a new kind of lie.
The Roswell, New Mexico, UFO crash of 1947 was the result of -- here it comes, wait for it -- top secret Nazi technology. No alien spacecraft, no alien bodies, but an aircraft called the "Bell" (depicted above from a 2008 Discovery Channel ...
Most everyone has visited a haunted house with strobe lights and costumed monsters. For many, having someone jump from behind a corner is hardly thrilling, but when you're part of the action, the fear is real.
Magic is all about misdirection, and so are these cool Halloween costumes that use false legs to help sell an illusion. They might not really be magic, but they'll leave people gasping and asking "how did you do that?
Imagine an archipelago where each island hosts a single tortoise species and all the islands are connected — say by rafts of flotsam. As the tortoises interact by dipping into one another’s food supplies, their populations fluctuate.
The frog they’d found wasn’t particularly remarkable. As far as flying frogs go, its feet weren’t as comically large and webbed as, say, Helen’s flying frog (which Rowley also discovered, and named after her mother).