As awesome as it is to experience Oculus Rift, to everyone else, you are a crazy person with a black box strapped onto your face groping at thin air.
It's 64,000 pounds in weight, and it's specifically designed to make the ground shake so that scientists can study the effects.
It's called Glow, and it works by tracking a woman's menstrual cycle and help the conceive.
Pfff, who need space for pots and pans anyway?
Chemo can do more damage than good, but these should leave healthy cells unharmed.
It also means that we can't buy them. Typical Yanks.
The body's design is in order to protect your back, and it happens to make it safer to transport.
These are eight of the world's prettiest women merged into one face, but does merging the faces of attractive women make them more attractive?
Gather round, loyal workers and company envoys! Doff your caps, freshen your snuff, and pat down your side parts for a rousing singalong from Songs of the IBM, a 1937 book of songs that sing the praises of our illustrious employer: The EVER ONWARD I.B.M.
Donning a full suit of motorcycle leathers for your morning bike ride to work is probably overkill, but cyclists can still be subjected to road rash should they fall while wearing less-than-protective gear.
This guy loves his (fake) job.
Ikea has been sending these babies out for more than six decades—and you can follow the evolution of popular design just by looking at them.
Think of it this way: The match Serena Williams played yesterday, well, it's now a song.
Not the shortest video leak we've ever seen, but close.
In total fairness, that's exactly how all of us felt when we used it for the first time too.
I honestly credit MSN Messenger with helping me harness my ability to type at speed, back in the days when phone calls were only just being made redundant, and awkwardly chatting to girls was far easier from the other end of a keyboard.