If you want to see beautiful auroras, forget Alaska, Canada, and Iceland—check out Jupiter. Read More >>=
Turn on, tune in and drop out.
The film meets high expectations, but doesn’t surpass them, leaving a suitably entertaining and magical movie aimed squarely at the younger people in your life.
Not only is Nougat a stupid name, nougat is disgusting.
Set yourself a reminder for September 30th.
We got a professional chef to see if the crowdfunded Bulat blade can cut it – metaphorically and literally.
You’re looking at the first-ever sonogram of a pregnant tiger shark. The baby sharks inside the mother shark’s belly have been highlighted in the footage below so you can see them more easily. But even without the added outline and colour, you can very clearly see the sharks’ heads and their very frightening rows of teeth. See more >>
All from a drone's-eye view.
There is little that Renea Royster won't do to help incarcerated citizens from reaching the outside world.
Samuel L. Jackson is refusing to accept that his Star Wars character may well be dead.
A team of British astronomers have studied the long passageways of ancient megalithic tombs and found something very interesting.
A “dismembered foot and another body part still unidentified” were discovered at Copacabana Beach.
A cohort of 70 publications and broadcasters flooded their channels with articles about homelessness in San Fran, and these were some of the best and worst ideas put forward.
Maybe it was the shocking headliners or maybe it was the mudbath weather – either way, Glastonbury 2016 was the "most connected" ever, with festival revellers burning through 25 terabytes of data on EE's 4G network on their phones, whilst/rather than watching the bands. [EE Glastonbury] Read more...
The unsubtly named FASTER network carries data from Oregon to Shima at 60 terabits per second.