Researchers at the Technical University of Munich have developed kitchen robots that prepare sandwiches.
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For $165,000 a month, you can live in the most expensive rental in New York City. Unfortunately, it only has six bathrooms.
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If there was one thing missing from my life, it was knowing that a Christmas tree made out of Rice Krispies actually exists. Thanks for that.
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In New Zealand, a Foo Fighters concert caused an earthquake. Seismic stations near the event identified a “strong low frequency” of tremors that corresponded with the highs and lows of the rock band's performance. So, yeah, the fans got their money's worth.
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The world's largest bra (a 1222B cup) was displayed on the side of London's ITV Southbank Tower in October.
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Taxidermist Rick Nadeau only knew one way to boost his squirrel-stuffing business -- by mounting them with banjos and machine guns.
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The Daily Beast's holiday book guide has some pretty solid suggestions for the history buff in your clan.
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The nominations for the 2012 Golden Globes were announced Wednesday, and Albert Brooks was righteously nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his villainous turn in Drive.
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Absolutely no tortillas are allowed in the theater. Seriously.
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What better way to lift your holiday spirit than having the Dark Lord of the Sith lead a Christmas choir?
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Did you happen to see Clint Eastwood's lukewarm-received Gran Torino? Well, then, perhaps this LEGO diorama of the Korean War veteran's front yard will provide a lukewarm feeling of nostalgia.
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Try, try again: Rejection letters received by bestselling authors.