You know how your dog likes to play tug with toys? This is like that, times a hundred.
Tonight, President Donald Trump will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in a hotel room in Singapore to potentially discuss terms of denuclearization. How might things go down?
For people who snore, Smart Nora is a tech-driven solution to an age-old problem that doesn’t involve nasal strips or awkward mouthguards. For people who sleep around people who snore, Smart Nora is a miracle.
The driver was reportedly having car trouble, but why they decided to reverse down a highway ramp and then down a busy street... we have no idea.
In addition to being an easier way to make contact than swinging, one of the big reasons for bunting is that it avoids the possibility of a pop fly and an easy out. Or at least, that's the case 99% of the time.
iOS 12 and Mac OS Mojave are the highlights from this year's WWDC keynote. Here, all the good bits from over two hours of software announcements.
Rodney Mullen is not only a master skateboarder, he's also a historian of the sport and — as it turns out — a pretty good physicist.
Kevin Parry expertly illustrates how a single moment can set up an entire scene.
Nobody really *needs* to film something in 12K, but that's not going to stop us from watching this on repeat.
You've probably used a combination lock hundreds or thousands of times in your life, but do you know how the guts of the lock actually work? Neither did we!
This is the first time Zuckerberg has appeared before Congress.
F1 drivers are doing a lot more math in their heads than you'd expect.
For the first few seconds you'll feel kind of dumb, and then about 10 to 20 seconds the colors should just... disappear. It's wild.
There are some clear cultural differences between Wakanda and America.
What used to be known as a #slatepitch is now a survival mechanism for anyone publishing online.
From the Parthenon to the Pyramid of the Sun.
And you can watch this one worry-free because "absolutely no one was killed in any of these clips."
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.
The sloth bear, native to India, is smaller than most bears and eats mainly termites and ants, but this one was still able to run off a hungry tiger.
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