I think I have been drinking and pouring my beer incorrectly. That's the only way I can really explain this self-frothing beer mug from Japan.
The Pirate Bay claims they're about to be shut down again. Sources within government have reportedly told leaders at the file-sharing portal that the Swedish authorities are planning to raid them.
When Eric Rothenhaus landed a gig as director of design at Jansport five years ago, he wanted to make an impression. He would do it by re-creating, down to the seat-belt straps, the very first JanSport backpack (and the first-ever backpack with a zip) introduced in 1969.
Chris McVeigh's Lego creations are some of the most impressive out there, and since he shares his plans, you can construct them yourself. McVeigh's latest is a Super Mario-inspired build, which is simple enough that even a Lego novice can get in on the fun.
A few days ago, we told you about an imperious young girl who ate 37 rare earth magnets and lived. It was pretty astounding, frankly. But apparently kids everywhere are eating the damn things, and as a pandemic, it is very stupid.
In a new study, researchers found that people wearing lab coats were better at paying attention and performing tasks accurately than those not wearing the white jackets associated with medical professionals and scientists.
I hate hydrating, and I'm getting fat from all the IRN-BRU I'm drinking. Bottled water just isn't refreshing enough.
So what's a "Baselworld" when it's at home? This trade show for the watch and jewellery industry is organised annually in the city of Basel, Switzerland, featuring 2,100 exhibitors from over 45 countries. The place is stuffed to bursting with movers and shakers in the world of timekeeping, all of them touting their wares. Here's a rundown of the best watches we've seen.