Here's a tale of binary, of the Unix epoch, and a date beyond the lifespan of the universe.
Update February 14th 1:10AM ET: Is it really a surprise we're not getting The Life of Pablo without one last hiccup? Despite West's Saturday Night Live announcement that the album was available on...
When you reboot your HTC One A9, you'll see a screen that you may not have seen on previous phones. That new screen is Google enforcing a policy in Android Marshmallow.
Hoverboards made an appearance at the NBA Dunk Contest on Saturday night in pretty spectacular fashion. At the league's annual competition that features to
The FBI recently fired up a new site urging teens and other young internet people not to "be a puppet," which in this extremely specific case requires recognizi...
Yes, music takes you places, and this was true 100 years ago too, when sheet music was the most widespread form of distributing popular music. And in the age of the Wright brothers, when powered flight started to gain ground, aviation became a significant theme in popular music. The following collection proves this very well.
Soft electronics are changing the way robots can touch. EPFL Scientists have developed a new soft robotic gripper — made out of rubber and stretchable electrodes — that can bend and pick up delicate objects like eggs and paper, taking robotics to a whole new level.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has reportedly died of natural causes at a West Texas ranch, as reported by the San Antonio Express. Governor Greg Abbott released a statement calling Scalia a...
To some they were ‘operators’, to others they were the ‘computer girls’, but the real pioneers computing and coding were women.
Twitter updated how it would show tweets and made it even more confusing on how people should be using it.
TechRax is back to do stupid things with extra iPhones that he somehow has laying around. When he boils a 6S in blue crayons it actually looks pretty cool ... until the experiment goes bad.
If you’ve ever wanted to participate in a live, Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything)-like session with an astronaut in space, your chance is RIGHT NOW. All you have to do is head on over to Tumblr, w…
Because apparently a regular-sized Rubik’s Cube wasn’t already enough of a challenge, Tony Fisher built himself a version that’s over five feet long on each side. Even just bringing it out to play looks like a monumental struggle, let alone the back-breaking challenge that is trying to solve it.
Apple supplier Japan Display revealed some details on its second-generation "Pixel Eyes" LCD modules over the holidays, providing us with a...
There have been rumors of a massive new Star Wars set based on Echo Base from Empire Strikes Back for ages now, but they’ve finally been confirmed: Lego have just announced a gigantic new set jam packed with so much goodness even the smell of Tauntaun insides couldn’t ruin it.
A great new prank to upset friends and family.
Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey has agreed to continue to forego any form of direct compensation, a regulatory filing by the company showed on Friday.
In a remote California desert, NASA is perfecting technology that may help them find proof of life on Mars.
Shun Hung Square is a 1,260-foot tall skyscraper that’s the third tallest building in Shenzhen, China. It’s really, really tall. And watching the guys from On the Roofs climb it gets more and more stressful because they just keep going up. You think they’ve reached the top but there’s still another level that’s narrower and more dangerous and higher to climb.
Yep, that even means using it as a game controller.
GIFS, but IRL.
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