The transparent novelty phones were a fixture in many a teenager's bedroom.
TSA agents need a closer look at your computer. Here's why.
When TVs became popular in the 20th century, some people started calling it ‘the tube.’ That nickname soon spawned an even catchier one: ‘the boob tube.’
It has even led to the discovery of a new species.
Chipotle’s ‘Autocado’ takes the drudgery out of making guacamole.
Although we’re probably still a long way off from the sentient forms of AI that are depicted in film and literature, we can turn to fiction to probe the questions raised by these technological advancements.
Getting locked out of your iPhone is frustrating. But it’s possible to solve the problem of a forgotten passcode without hiring a hypnotist.
These YouTube tutorials will give you all the basics to learn something fun (like training your cat to give high fives or calligraphy) or practical (like CPR).
If you have an iPhone, you can identify plants without downloading a third-party app.
Microwave popcorn bags are often covered in words—here’s why you should pay attention to “This Side Up.”
These online tools can help you locate the nearest ice cream truck in your neighborhood.
Apple's iconic logo is rumored to have been inspired by Eve's bite into the apple of knowledge, Newton's discovery of gravity, and Alan Turing's untimely end. Are any of these stories true?
The celebration of American Independence Day has never been small, subdued, or quiet. Here’s why the Fourth of July is illuminated with colorful displays in major cities, small towns, and backyards.
The Coppola Pizza WineLine wants to elevate your casual takeout dinner to a five-star experience.
Can your MacGyver air scrubber do the work of a purifier costing hundreds of dollars? Science says yes.
An Airbnb for pickleball courts has arrived.
In the latest episode of Misconceptions, host Justin Dodd debunks some commonly held beliefs about social media, from who owns what you post to what happens to your data.
A new iPhone update will spell the end for everyone’s least favorite autocorrect fail.
Machines called “Readies” were writer Bob Brown’s answer to “talkies” in the 1930s.
Who knew that certain noises would eventually become as extinct as the dodo or the flash cube some day?
When it comes to password sharing, Netflix no longer has any chill.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) bars the use of all transmitting devices in the off chance that transmissions could interfere with a plane’s navigation and communications equipment and cause system malfunctions.