‘Doctor Who’ has featured hostile aliens using advanced technology to attack Earth since the BBC show premiered back in 1963.
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Weird but fascinating facts about everything from the guy who dragged cars with his nipples to frogs shedding (and eating!) their own skin.
The tiny chips held just 60 seconds of pop music, but kids still couldn’t get enough.
When it comes to superstitions about bad luck, indoor umbrellas are right up there with broken mirrors and black cats.
The theremin—a spooky instrument that scored the biggest sci-fi films of the 1950s—was invented by accident.
The ‘phone phreakers’ of the 1960s and 1970s indirectly led to the tech boom of today.
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The space agency now has an official division for investigating reports of flying objects.
There's no easy way to say it, but your Fitbit might have a little poop on it.
In 1992, Nickelodeon assembled items important to the kids of the day, put them in a big orange time capsule, and buried it in front of Nickelodeon Studios in Universal Studios. Here’s the full list.
Ask Jeeves became a casualty of the search engine wars of the early 2000s. Eventually, their mascot was escorted right out the door.
BirdCast tells you how many birds are flying overhead on a given night, which species are coming and going, and more.
There's a week left to file a claim for your (small) share of a $725 million settlement.
Want to upgrade your ride without dropping a small fortune on a new one? With these affordable smart car accessories, you can.
If you feel like drinking some Coca-Cola after watching 'Stranger Things,' product placement has done its job.
A new feature for iOS 17 can create a simulation of your voice.
You need to set up both a router and a modem if you want Wi-Fi internet in your home, but there are major differences between the two devices.
You may have noticed these weird phone numbers while watching reruns of your favorite ’50s-era TV show—and though they look like gibberish to modern phone-users, they were perfectly normal at the time.
The website formerly known as Twitter has replaced its bird logo with an X, but there's a way for iPhone users to get the old icon back on their home screen.
Discover the most commonly mispronounced tech terms and brand names, and settle once and for all whether it’s ”jif or ”gif.”
The happy little paper clip made Microsoft Office users absolutely miserable. Naturally, that didn't stop the internet from writing erotica about him.