Ah, yes, 2013 was a good year. *Swirls internet around in glass* *Inhales* *Sips*
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This tribute to extinct dinosaurs, Paul Walker, Brian Griffin, and Nelson Mandela
A lot of very cute things, that’s what happens.
A "Magical Piano" was set up at Chicago's Union Station by Amtrak. The magic is that it's played by remote control with local musician Andrew Blendermann tinkling the ivories off-camera.
“Just because it makes you feel uncomfortable doesn’t mean it has to change.”
Kelly started talking about the skin color of Santa Claus and Jesus during a segment about a Slate piece by Aisha Harris. Harris' piece, titled Santa C
It’s part of their newest #FightFatTalk campaign.
Special K cereal has a new ad out called "Shhhhut Down Fat Talk," and it's been getting a lot of attention.
They noticed how often women complain about their bodies on social media.
Get a glimpse into the snaking, hovering and pedaling of robots past (video)
The director of that awesome James Bond quadrotor video from last year has unearthered some fascinating footage from University of Pennsylvania professors, detailing robotic breakthroughs that lead to the creation of the acrobatic RHex, ...
The Pebble smartwatch is all about getting mobile notifications more efficiently, but what about when you don't want to see those notifications at all? The new PebbleOS v1.14 update rolling out can help there with enhanced notification management ...
Sprint and US Cellular customers with Motorola's $199 smartphone have finally joined the KitKat party. Starting today, Moto X users can enjoy Android 4.4's streamlined interface and Google-licious features, courtesy of an OTA update.
In other Moto X ...
Short of attending an industry event or ordering your own dev kit, it's a bit tricky to get your hands on an Oculus Rift VR headset. Soon, that could change: the company just secured $75 million in funding to bring the product to market. The extra ...
Today’s Scuttlebot: The Year the ‘Stream’ Crested, and Celebrities Ride Lyft
Thursday's highlights from around the web include an argument about too much information being a bad thing. Plus, what happens when you put Ice Cube and Conan O'Brien into a Lyft car?
Google executives paid below market rates for fuel purchased from the Defense Department for their nine private aircraft, a report from NASA's inspector general says.
Raissman: While Robbie walks, Yankees make ratings point
While Robinson Cano and Jay Z were dialing for dollars, pinstriped suits, making their case as to why the price was too high, made sure to let the free world know the second baseman wasn’t the kind of star who could move the ratings needle on their Yankees Entertainment & Sports Network.
The beard had to be a statement of sorts, right? Robinson Cano had to know that growing a beard and wearing it to his press conference on Thursday in Seattle would be a way of telling the world he wasn’t regretting leaving the Yankees — and their rather famous facial-hair policy —