Ricky McCormick’s body was discovered in an abandoned field in 1999. The case went cold. Then, more than a decade later, the FBI revealed the cryptic notes that it believes could lead to his killer.
[Emil Kalstø] has a pretty solid remote control car. We don’t mean a little car with a handheld remote you can drive around the neighborhood. [Emil’s] car has a camera and a cell phone so that it can go anywhere there’s 3G or 4G networking...Show More Summary
For a very long time, the original, 11 foot-long on-screen model of the USS Enterprise from Star Trek the original series – “NCC one seven O one. No bloody A, B, C, or D.” – was housed in the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. Show More Summary
Esurance was the most-mentioned brand on Twitter during Super Bowl 50 — yet it didn't even advertise during the big game. Instead, Esurance chose to advertise in one of the cheaper pre-game ad slots, rather than forking out between $4.6...Show More Summary
The scientific guide to throwing the old pigskin around.
A compilation of some of cinema’s most notorious villains and their smiles. List of the Characters: Agent Smith – The Matrix Series Chucky Joker – The Dark Knight Joker/Jack Napier – Batman (1989) Freddy Krueger – A Nightmare on ElmShow More Summary
Developer Mike Ren wanted to show how difficult it is to breathe in an air polluted environment.
“The more tests they do, the more they learn, and they’re beavering away trying to improve their technology.”
[thisoldtony] has a nice shop in need of a CNC. We’re not certain what he does exactly, but we think he might be a machinist or an engineer. Regardless, he sure does build a nice CNC. Many home-built CNCs are neat, but lacking. Even popular kits ignore fundamental machine design principles. Show More Summary
With The Big Short tearing it up at the box office, now is perhaps not the best time to be telling investors they should be buying new products that slice and dice the value of a boring old house. The star-studded film tells the story...Show More Summary
For years, Apple remained steadfast in its position that smartphones with bigger screens were unwieldy and not user friendly. In fact, Apple in 2012 released an iPhone 5 commercial boasting that the device, on account of its 4-inch form factor, could be operated comfortably with one's thumb. Show More Summary
We asked, and you answered. Here's what you want to see in the LG G5. It's February already, and that means that Mobile World Congress and its slew of new phones is only a few weeks away. With the anticipated arrival of the LG G5 on the horizon, there is no better time to start thinking about the features you're hoping to see. Show More Summary
Creating the perfect pancake batter offers new insights into glaucoma.
The MLB Pitcher's championship race team has moved up, racing Porsche's latest.
Today on In Case You Missed It: UC Berkeley is using VR, motion capture and spatial mapping to put a human 'into' the body of a robot with a technique called robotic teleoperation. The video looks like a complicated form of the claw game, but also gives a really interesting perspective.
Google’s AI arm, DeepMind, has developed tech capable of navigating 3D spaces.
Safes and locks and other security measures of that nature? They’re all eventually doomed because they’re designed to open. It’s just a matter of how long it takes. With the help of rare earth magnets, it takes just seconds. Here is Mr. Show More Summary
The DeLorean is back! This time, the storied car company has returned with a mysterious new commercial to advertise its iconic DMC-12. Called the "Lucky Coin," the ad depicts a man who comes across a DeLorean in the middle of the desert. The...Show More Summary
Future Transhumanist City -- Image by Sam Howzit Transhumanism--the international movement that aims to use science and technology to improve the human being--has been growing quickly in the last few years. Everywhere one looks, there seems to be more and more people embracing radical technology that is already dramatically changing lives. Show More Summary
What if one of the largest problems facing the US economy isn't even being discussed by anyone? What if there is a solution, right under our noses that hasn't been thought about?We tend to think of IPOs as something that happens in waves. Show More Summary