Think Geek is selling this beautiful set of 10 glasses, each bases of the appearance of a body from our solar system.
Thanks to Kevin at Brotherhood Workshop for sending us the latest instalment of his Lego movie recreations.
A leading Twitter executive has mistakenly tweeted about plans to buy an unnamed company. It’s an embarrassing blunder, but it could have been worse.
Officials in London are considering turning part of a street into a lengthy trampoline to boost fitness and even cut down commuting times for pedestrians.
The dynamic nature of the traffic in GTA V means occasionally you’ll see a traffic jam or a collision and some angry NPC responses.
ThinkGeek already sells Jedi, Sith and Chewbacca robes. Now it’s made one for wannabe Princess Leias.
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day and today only, Amazon offers 66% off ($72.66) on The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings Ultimate Media Collection, featuring the Shadow of Mordor video game on PS4 or Xbox One, the Lord of the Rings Motion Picture Trilogy Extended Editions on Blu-ray, and the J.R.R.
There’s a longstanding tradition of the US president “pardoning” a turkey just before Thanksgiving. The official story is that the turkey industry randomly selects the lucky survivor.
Six astronauts from the US, Russia and Italy are now on board the International Space Station for the 42nd expedition of its type.
Reddit user Fryd found this letter from Lego in a box from the 1970s while visiting his parents’ house.
A laser enthusiast has produced a watch that can fire 1,500 milliwatt beam capable of lighting matches and burning through plastic.
Another from the American Chemical Society’s informative videos, this one is perfectly timed for those of us who celebrate Thanksgiving…
A project on crowdfunding site indiegogo aims to put a phone charger and battery in a place that’s convenient for all pants-wearers: a belt and buckle.
This 1965 Russian documentary, Luna, is a fascinating mix of history and future-forecasting. The first half includes rare footage of early Russian space exploration, including color video of the first ever spacewalk.
If you’re of a certain age, you’ll likely remember the pain that no matter what great Star Wars Toys you got as presents, it was only the kid at school with the rich parents who got the Millennium Falcon.
A Georgia Institute of Technology professor has proposed an alternative to the Turing Test in assessing artificial intelligence.
If you can’t choose between high-technology and hipster credentials, a new “smart” Moleskine notebook might be the answer.
Amazing video by Andrew Huang who recreated the music of the Beatles’ Across The Universe using nothing but samples of the audio recordings of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko made by the Rosetta probe.
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon offers up to 75% off on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” seasons 1-6 on blu-ray.
There’s a whole lot of space and a whole lot of time, but as this t-shirt — dubbed “It Came Out Of Nowhere” — illustrates, anything can happen.