Custom sign company Signs.com asked 156 Americans to draw a bunch of famous logos from memory, and we have to say they did a lot better on average than we think we'd be able to do.
Psst, we've got a treasure trove of internet data here at Digg. We dug through it to see if Oscars predictions missed something about "Moonlight" last year — and what that says about this year
This gentrification top 10 list might surprise you — Brooklyn doesn't show up till number 7.
The words "Apple" and "planned obsolescence" are used together an awful lot, but what is the average lifespan of an iPhone or iPad?
Sure, things feel pretty bad in the US right now, but we're not even close to the bottom of the list.
Migratory birds have made their thousand-mile flights for millennia, but we are just now learning to map their mesmerizing journeys.
Time yourself counting to 20 and this nifty interactive will tell you how long it will take to count to 10,000 or 1,000,000 or 999,000,000,000.
Arctic temperatures are warmer than they've ever been recorded in February.
When a gunman killed 20 first graders and six adults with an assault rifle at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, it rattled Newtown, Conn., and reverberated across the world. Since then, there have been at least 239 school shootings nationwide.
Sluggish output since the Model 3 launch in July 2017 has frustrated fans and confounded Wall Street. That’s why Bloomberg built its own tool to estimate the number of Model 3s rolling out of the factory in Fremont, California.
Did you know "blue" and "phlegm" and "flamingo" come from the same ancient root? Yeah, us neither.
Where black Americans live now has been shaped by where black Americans lived 116 years ago
What if land mass were determined by the number of people in an area that believed in a higher power? Here's what the US would look like.
Insurance platform PolicyGenius found that overall, life insurance applicants are healthier than the average American.
Apple makes an absurd amount of money every year, so much that it's almost hard to comprehend. But what if we looked at how much money Apple and other big companies made every second?
After analysing more than 1,000 raw foods, researchers ranked the ingredients that provide the best balance of your daily nutritional requirements – and they found a few surprises.
Contrary to what Donald Trump might believe, many of the fastest-learning nationalities atop the chart are not from wealthy countries of origin.
We know that New York City is the biggest city in the States, but we weren't expecting the population disparity to be this drastic.
EVs could save the planet, but only if we understand their full impact—from mines in the DRC to fossil fuels in Kansas.
If a spending bill isn't passed, the federal government could be heading towards its first shutdown since 2013.
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