This excellent video shows master archer Byron Ferguson destroying a falling aspirin tablet — and many other impossibly hard-to-hit small objects — with his arrow in glorious super-slow motion. See more >
In the United Arab Emirates, falconry is one of the oldest and most treasured traditions, the sport dating back to an age when birds of prey were used to hunt food. Today, it's a social affair – and even the drones join in the fun. See more >
The most expensive of the new range of Fitbit activity trackers, the Surge is so close to being a brilliant, full-on fitness tracker that it hurts. Though the price seems steep when compared to it's very similar, cheaper cousin: the Charge HR.
Can you spot him? That red speck is Canadian climber Will Gadd and the huge frozen wall that he is climbing is the Niagara Falls. He is said to be the first person to ever perform the incredible ascent – the video is well worth a watch. See more >