It's not just Nintendo's logo being co-opted to shift designer drugs.
Apparently the EU is about to invest in a whole new generation of low-cost rockets in order to stay competitive.
These fantastic starships are the perfect way to help you dream about the future.
This is a tale of tiny beasts that get into their victims bodies to eat them from inside and control their bodies, turning them into remote controlled zombies.
The national park, which sits on the border between Canada and Montana, used to be home to 150 glaciers. Now it's home to 26, and by 2030 that number could be zero.
These '70s-era Japanese train etiquette posters may be old, but they're still as relevant as ever.
There are cows that can now make human antibodies for hantavirus. Other deadly disease like Ebola and MERS could come next.
I mean, it works for Netflix and Spotify, right?
In a world where flying has become a mundane ordeal, we can at least live vicariously through the past.
Martin Vargic made this very interesting chart that shows what the world's largest army was throughout history, from 2500 BC until now.
Making it even easier to get absolutely sloshed on the big day.
Robotics and future-tech firm DARPA is going gaga over the pew-pew.
The NASA-led study reveals more than we've ever known of the Van Allen radiation "shield" that keeps us safe on Earth.
According to The Verge, Microsoft is planning to unveil the consumer preview of Windows 10 at an event in late January. We'll apparently see new consumer features, including a touch interface, and get more news on Microsoft's phone and tablet lines. [The Verge]Read more...
Pulses racing for entirely legitimate reasons.