I'll say this for Casio: It makes some incredibly bad-ass videos. To show off its G-Shock G9300 Mudman, Casio sent Cameron Zink and Kyle Strait to Virgin, Utah where they proceed to flip out on camera like you won't believe. The whole episode is positively stomach turning. But the very end? You're not going to believe it.
Since China has a ton of people making a ton of money these days, they're just spending it wildly. Like buying £1.5 million yachts that don't work. As the yacht was entering the water for the first time, it started sinking and eventually capsized.
Not only these nasty little fish are vicious, but scientists have discovered that those bloody piranhas can talk to each other. They use three sounds, each of them meaning a different thing.
This is perfectly even mix of completely adorable and completely frightening. Adorable, because, well, it's a baby being cute and infantile. Frightening because her mushy baby brain's already been transformed by an iPad.
Handcuffs have unusual and contradictory design requirements: They must serve one human, and at the same time thwart another.
Awesome filmmaker, iPhone user, and guy with girlfriend problems Casey Neistat wanted to put Siri to the ultimate test: will it salvage his relationship? So he pitted his poor IRL personal assistant against Apple's virtual take. The results? Mixed! Hilarious!
I have pretty secure passwords, as much to keep would-be miscreants at bay as to keep my friends and family from finding out just how horrible a life I'm living. But according to a study, a full 11 percent of Brits plan to leave their passwords in their will.
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient workshop that was used by early homo-sapiens to make, mix and store ochre. It's the oldest "art workshop" ever uncovered.
This is Christopher Chaney, the phone hacker who's allegedly responsible for last month's leaked images from Scarlett Johansson's BlackBerry. The Daily grabbed the first photo of him since he was arrested for a litany of charges yesterday, including hacking at least 50 celebrities.
I like Newsstand but some people don't! And if you're like them, it's pretty annoying how you can't hide the Newsstand away in a Folder in iOS 5. But wait! You can. All you need is some super fast fingers. Here's how.
Two years. Thousands of entries. 99ish jaw-dropping winners. Today is our big American brother's 100th Shooting Challenge. Your assignment? Watch that video of all our past winners. Then, try to be our next.
Google has one of the best language translation technologies around, which they've continually improve it over the past few years. And now their Android app has the ability to support speech-to-speech translation in 14 languages.
The Aibo, Nao, Asimo, even Gundam—robotics are a national institution of Japan. However, robotics started there far earlier than most folks realize. Karakuri ningyo (roughly "mechanized dolls") go back to the Edo period (1603-1868).
Who knew the time would come when those cramped, awkward airplane bathrooms would be considered a luxury? Ryanair's latest 'nickel and dime' initiative has the airline removing all but one bathroom on their aircraft to make room for more sellable seats.
This is MACS 1206, a galaxy cluster 4.5 billion light-years from Earth. The photo was taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope as part of a new broad sky survey. Can you notice something weird? Yes, some of the galaxies are distorted.