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.
BJP refuses to form Delhi government
India's main opposition BJP declines to form a government in the capital, Delhi, despite emerging as the single largest party in state polls
Check Out The Virtual Reality Headset That Just Raised $75 Million In Funding
Virtual reality just got a huge boost towards becoming a reality.
Sean Hollister at The Verge reports that Oculus, the maker of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, just raised $75 million in funding in a large Series B funding round led by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz.
The Oculus Ri
There's a mountain of money at stake as online and offline video consumption shifts to smartphones and tablets.
The pay and broadcast TV industries, music labels, Hollywood studios, big tech companies, and major advertisers all have to keep a close eye on this trend.
We explained in a recent
One of the most important people in the world of robotics isn't a conventional roboticist at all, but a science fiction author.
Go straight to the story of Isaac Asimov >
Isaac Asimov grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., reading pulp sci-fi magazines in his father's candy store. Because the magazines had "
Another year in the books! (Almost).
As such, we're taking a look back at the biggest flops in consumer technology for the year.
We've done this annually. It's interesting to see which companies are getting better at reigning in poor products, and which aren't.
This year, Google had prac