Today, Apple will probably announce a bunch of new Macs. If you've been chomping at the bit for an update to the MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and iMac, then buddy, today is your day.
Today we got news that we're losing the only good app that was left. RIP Vine, thanks for all the good times.
What does the James Busch — a radiologist and the proud owner of what I am almost certain is the first 10 Gbps residential connection in the United States — use his jealousy-inducing bandwidth for? Analyzing X-rays… and gaining an advantage in Call of Duty, of course.
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We're not exactly sure how Steve Storey got this footage to look so butter-smooth, but it's like watching the Endor speeder bike chase in "Return of the Jedi"
The story behind the strange way Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and others spoke.
Settling Mars would be an incredible achievement — and it could create a new human species.
Why pop culture just can't deal with black male sexuality.
Can you name all the countries the United States is currently bombing? (Hint: ISIS isn't a country.)
If New Zealand’s government could have its way, no one in the entire archipelago would ever have to see a rat or a possum again.
We're still waiting for Alex's mixtape, "If You're Buzzing In Right Now It's Too Late."
25 years ago, a pharmacologist noted that Jamaican fisherman who smoke cannabis or drink rum made with the leaves and stems of the plant had "an uncanny ability to see in the dark." New research shows he might have been right.
What I learned watching Beijing's new self-criticism infotainment.
Almost every public and private metric suggests Trump is headed for a loss, possibly an epic one. But his team still insists they could shock the world on Election Day.
Helmed by Microsoft, a slew of PC manufacturers is going to begin selling their own VR headsets. But don’t think that means VR has won.
Boston's seen wars, sieges, and revolutions. But recently, the city has been waging another pivotal battle — the battle against Canada geese and their overwhelming volume of shit.
It’s simple — name your price and learn white-hat hacking. And, if you beat the average price, you’ll receive the fully upgraded bundle.
Kesha's next act, Alex Jones' unbelievable ascension to the mainstream, and life and death in the "Death Zone."
Often the complaints are from women who thought they’d met a nice man in the military who happened to be stationed overseas.
Twenty-five years ago, Meier turned human history into a video game, and sold 33 million copies along the way. With the launch of "Civilization VI", Kanishk Tharoor takes a closer look at its impact.
Long before the World Wide Web, the Soviets tried to save the USSR with a computer network. Why did their project never make it?
Rep. Steven Smith of Georgia’s 15th District was the first member of Congress to endorse Donald Trump and has been a vocal advocate for the candidate on Twitter. Two things, though: Georgia doesn’t have a 15th District and there’s no such congressman named Steven Smith.
They almost make it through the whole sketch without laughing at their own selves... three times each.
The tech industry’s role in disseminating political information through the internet gives it an outsize voice in the process; last week, for example, The Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook debated whether to remove some Trump posts as hate speech.
Baby bonds: a plan for black/white wealth equality conservatives and liberals could love.
Within a decade, according to a 99-page white paper released today, Uber will have a network — to be called “Elevate” — of on-demand, fully electric aircraft that take off and land vertically.
Why do Americans love suburbs and Europeans love city centers? How is it possible that Paris is denser than New York City? Why are the fanciest hotel rooms in Europe on the first floor? Welcome to the weird world of urban geography.
One day, it's bound to happen. An astronaut dies in space. That corpse could spend anywhere from decades to millions of years adrift. It would coast listlessly in the void, until the creeping tendrils of gravity eventually pulled it into a final touchdown.
Homeowners in rat-plagued Chicago are acquiring packs of killer felines.
For years, Brad Pyatt’s supplement company bulked up on celebrity endorsements and penny stock trades. Then the SEC started kicking sand in its face.
If you give out apples on Halloween, you just clearly hate children.
Ever wondered how well an original iPod would hold up 15 years later?
An FoIA request on "Hybrid Insect Microelectromechanical Systems" turned up a mess of slides on mini spy-planes and, yes, "insect cyborg" experiments for espionage.
If there's any greater karmic smackdown than Will Kassouf seeing Griffin Benger's pocket aces and losing a 28 million chip pot after relentlessly heckling Benger for 5 minutes, we're not sure what it is.
The longstanding ties between Republicans and the religious right have been strained by Donald Trump. Example: Meet some Evangelical Christian women, who — in secret — are now pledging to vote Clinton.
No one involved in making "Owlboy" expected to spend the better part of a decade on a single game, and when the clock strikes midnight on Halloween, it will mark the end of an unexpectedly long journey.
Unlike sfogliatelle or the cannoli, tiramisu doesn’t fall among the OGs of Italian desserts, and it didn’t earn a proper introduction into America’s restaurant world until the 1980s. But it has never gone away.
In a roll call of the greatest American cities for architecture, places like Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles immediately come to mind. Then there's Columbus, Indiana, population 46,000.
From horrifying foot-binding practices in Imperial China to life-threatening surgeries in modernity, humanity has been finding harmful ways to modify the body since the dawn of civilization. The Victorians were no exception to this.
Eric Dossantos flew straight through an 8-inch wide tree trunk, snapping the top 20 feet clean off. He should have died, but he didn't. Instead, he woke up in the hospital with little memory of the incident and no major injuries.