These posters, t-shirts, or totes from Litographs, condense all the text from a book into a single graphic print.
It's called the Nostalgia Machine, and it does surprisingly well at living up to that name.
This is, hands down, the most fun way to make bread.
I hope they're paying royalties to the Red Dwarf writers who came up with a similar idea in '88.
Sadly, other cyclists are not that lucky.
VALKYRIE is supposed to one day land on Jupiter's moon, Europa, where it will drill through miles of ice to reach the liquid oceans.
According to the Rated RR guys, this is the most difficult trick in the world.
DJI is rolling out a new feature called DropSafe to ensure that a falling drone doesn't fall too hard.
It's gonna be a pricey piece, considering it contains a piece of American history the Smithsonian doesn't even have in its collection.
Some Instagram for Android users are reporting links posted to a "one tap photo messaging app" called Bolt.
This amazing tree produces 40 different types of fruit. It was a hard graft but the creator of this tree truly can enjoy the fruits of his labour.
At this year's Comic-Con Oculus VR teamed up with Legendary Pictures to make the Pacific Rim simulator a reality.
This Back to the Future action figure is a perfect, tiny Michael J. Fox. I've been trying for an hour now to stuff money inside my monitor, but the damn thing won't take it.
It's to increase manpower and monitor the companies who are storing our data.
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New Zealand astronomers detail how they turned an obsolete satellite dish into a radio telescope for astronomy.