Maxime Gaudet created this stunning hyperlapse experiment video of Paris, which lets you jump all over the City of Love in a frenetic three minutes. Watch it now >
Impressive video appears to show Samsung's flagship surviving multiple slams into the ground.
Exposure could lead to “early sexualised behaviour” and leave children “vulnerable to grooming for sexual exploitation or extreme violence”.
If you're feeling down, this pin-sized book may be just the thing to cheer you up. Just don't put it in your pocket, or it'll be lost forever.
The aurora borealis that took place on St. Patrick's day was spectacular, but it was also the first time that thousands of citizen scientists tweeted about the aurora to help NASA construct a detailed global map of the event.
A perfect fun, yet dangerous, project for you to try out.
The proud owner of this tattoo looks like he just stepped out of Neuromancer. He's practically a cyborg. Read More >>
Giving all of your friends a handlebar moustache.
Salim Ogur may have an explanation for why we can't seem to find the megastructures. If Dyson spheres exist, they're probably a lot smaller than we thought.
Vendors on the new darknet market AlphaBay are peddling Uber user details, enabling people who pay for the stolen details to log in to Uber and take rides using someone else's account.
The Royal Navy's successful invasion of Jamaica in 1655 had a lot of terribly negative outcomes, but there was one undeniably positive outcome: rum.
Remember the official Back to the Future hoverboard replica? It was expensive, so someone's gone ahead and released a cheaper one. Read More >>
Yawunik kootenayi, a common ancestor to spiders, shrimp and butterflies, was a predatory "lobster-like" creature that ruled the seas half a billion years ago.
People have varying thresholds of tolerance for putting up with ignorance, dickishness, and other crap online. What does it take for you to head straight for the 'Block' button on social media?
One guy is making a living off of ghost hunting apps, and his story from homelessness to app entrepreneur is actually pretty extraordinary.
For many years, Ivory has maintained that the discovery of its trademark floating soap was a complete accident, but exactly how true is this?