There’s so much more than ramen. (But there’s a lot of ramen.)
The 7-year-old startup has raised more than $1 billion in its quest to make a truly next-generation portable augmented reality device. Recent reports suggest its struggling to do so.
Humphead Parrotfish are rather extraordinary creatures: with their ultra-strong jaws, they eat coral reefs (and rock) and defecate sand — which in turn becomes the tropical beaches we know and love.
Ridge wallets are extremely thin, made of carbon fiber, aluminum, or polycarbonate (aka the stuff they make fighter jets out of) and block RFID so your credit card information can't be wirelessly stolen.
Scott Clark notes that his son Asher is "perfectly fine," but still, rethink this one in the future, Scott.
For the Great Eater of Kent, it was all ale-soaked bread and wheelbarrows of tripe.
A small discrepancy in the value of a long-sought number has fostered a debate about just how well we know the cosmos.
What do you do when you need a replacement part for one of the rarest cars in the world? Just 3D print it out of metal.
A mysterious cosmic factory is producing lithium. Scientists are now getting closer at finding out where it comes from.
After a turbulent summer, the N.B.A.’s newest “villain” is finding peace and building an empire among the Bay Area’s techies.
Every once in a while, a music video comes out that completely overshadows the song it's portraying. The batshit video for Russian band Leningrad's song "Kolshik," is certainly one of those videos.
While air quality is improving in much of the world, in some already polluted places like India, it's getting much worse.
"We’re not only looking for writing skill, but also creativity in your pitch," they said.
After a video surfaced of Milo defending certain relationships between teens and adults, he faced intense criticism, and has now resigned from his position at right-wing media outlet Breitbart.
As controversies go, they don't get more British than one involving soccer, pies and betting.
This week sees the release of "XX," the latest such anthology film, with a good conceit: All four 20-minute shorts are written and directed by women.
Old English did not involve adding an "e" to the end of words, like "ye olde shoppe." It was basically an entirely different language.
These new Bluetooth earbuds, priced at $300, offer the ability to mix the audio of the world around you — to turn down chatter in a restaurant, or eliminate an airplane's hum. Are they worth the investment or are they an expensive hint at the future?
The last freak rainstorm turned the Central Valley into a lake, and we’re due for another one
And they’re 70% off. If you never want to get out of bed again, we’ll understand.
Hoversurf's Scorpion-3 appears to be one of the first rideable hoverbikes, and it also appears to be one of the best ways to slice your legs clean off thanks to its uncovered propellors.
If one defines a "good anagram" by how many how many chunks one word had to be cut into in order to rearrange it to make the other word, there's a clear winner.
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Have archaeologists proven the ancient tale of mass suicide in the Judaean desert or twisted science for political end?
If you have a fast internet connection, are good at typing the letters f, u, c and k and have a desire to get banned from an online kids game, the speedrunning community has a fun new challenge for you.
Many, many readers cannot wrap their head around the notion that adding physical activity, and therefore burning more calories, doesn’t necessarily translate into results on the scale.
The trouble with people who refuse to get vaccinated isn't so much that they're at a higher risk of getting sick, it's that they put the rest of the population, particularly the immuno-compromised, at greater risk.
On March 28, 2001, Jill Wells was shot in the head on a remote ranch in Colorado. Her husband said their 6-year-old son accidentally pulled the trigger. Is that really what happened?
Can you sprint-swim through an aquatic obstacle course and then memorize a code underwater that you have to recall the next day?
Increased levels of radioactive iodine isotopes have been detected across Europe, and now the deployment of the Air Force’s WC-135 “Constant Phoenix” atmosphere-sniffing jet has deepened the mystery.
No, your eyes don't need to get checked. The resolution on this video may be low, but the quality of the illusions is impeccable.
There are more than 130,000 structurally deficient and functionally obsolete bridges in the country. Here's where they are.
PewDiePie isn't the first YouTube celebrity to suffer a sordid reputation meltdown and he won't be the last. Long-time "Let's Play" creator "slowbeef" explains how the YouTube ecosystem guarantees these disasters.
From wine being sipped on the moon to whisky on a space station, space travel has had a long and complex relationship with alcohol.
When Pokémon Go was in its prime last year, many of the game’s more popular locations were parks. And some of those parks got trashed.
Even though ice cross downhill has been around since 2001, we're late to the party and just finding out about it now. Better late than never — it's flipping awesome. Here's the thrilling final race of the 2017 Red Bull Crashed Ice tournament.
Cutting water consumption requires more consideration than you'd think.
Henry "Box" Brown was precious cargo indeed.
Leather processing is big business in Bangladesh, India, and other parts of the developing world, where regulations are lax and poisons run freely.
Barack Obama is on vacation. In between his sessions kitesurfing with Richard Branson and eating shaved ice with Sasha, he's probably had a few cocktails and tuned in to see what his successor is up to.
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