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RallyCross is quickly becoming one of the X Games' most exciting events, with many of the most popular athletes flocking to four wheels in the past few...
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How addicted are college students to their smartphones? This infographic tells the story.
That Facebook sometimes changes the privacy settings, or the layouts, without really asking everyone whether that's alright we know. We've suffered through such changes often enough.
In just eight short years, 46% of the U.S. workforce will be comprised of millennials. This infographic shares how and why to manage them.
Game Developer 's Brandon Sheffield claims the game industry at large still treats women primarily as a vehicle for the display of boobs and butts, saying this is a natural extension of who we put in charge.
Most professionals use the social networking site in some capacity--but one expert says they're making a lot of mistakes.
A lot of people receive a copy of Dr. Suess's "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" as a graduation gift and a lot of them have short personalized messages from family members.
Your garage should be a sacred place, somewhere that your precious car can hide away from the outside world and its ever-looming threats of bird poop,...
McDonald's director of marketing Hope Bagozzi goes behind the scenes at advertising agency Watt International to see how they prep a soggy burger for a photo shoot.
Have you ever wondered what your pets get up to while you're at work? This is what.
Well, that kind of explained a few things. You're welcome.
Uniqlo and New York-based agency Firstborn unleashed a visual campaign on Pinterest that's caught the attention of the wider web.
Video games aren’t going anywhere. But where and how we play them has shifted dramatically in recent years.
Texting and driving is a dangerous combination -- but people do it anyway. This infographic sheds some light.
The most successful people in business approach their work differently than most. See how they think--and why it works.
Happy 5th birthday, iPhone! Love or hate Apple products, there’s no denying the iPhone’s indelible mark on technology, culture and business.
Hacker Caleb Kraft put together what we’ve all speculated on at one point or another: a lightsaber that actually works, at least against bugs that are small enough.
The masked arsonist known only as "Pyro" has always been the most unknowable of the Team Fortress mercenaries. Until now. Today the mask comes off. Metaphori...
Take a close look at the image above. Yes, it's a motorcyclist, riding an orange motorcycle.
Two bears were spotted wrestling on a neighbor's yard in Longwood, Fl. by YouTube user bokenthecool.
In a deadpan video that exemplifies the awesomeness that is the cheesehead state, this YouTube masterpiece shows you how it's done here in Brew City (home of your humble narrator).
A patent case between Apple and Motorola Mobility, now a unit of Google, has been dismissed with prejudice by a federal judge.
Should you take your team to the park and to sporting events? Startups sound off.