The Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986 left a ring of ghost villages as residents fled, fearing radiation poisoning. But now people are choosing to live in the crumbling houses on the edge of the exclusion zone.
If you're one of the thirty million users affected by the hack, there's a good chance that the attackers made off with a lot of sensitive information about you.
The Mediterranean Sea is not a small place, with ample space for ships to sail freely. So we'd like someone to explain how the Ulysses managed to ram the CLS Virginia out in the middle of the dang sea.
Blu Dot is a Minneapolis-based retailer that makes impeccably designed modern furnishings. You can get 20% off everything — couches, lamps, tables, chairs, etc. — from now until October 28.
Our thoughts go out to the kid at the 1:00 mark, who just clearly does not want to be there at all.
That's all the website does, and it seems to be made by a computer entertainment studio called Thinko.
Millions of people flock to his YouTube channel to hear to what bizarre sounds like.
We're trying to figure out how exactly they thought this would work, and we're coming up empty.
"When we launch it, it is going to be huge." After spending two days at LEAPcon, I feel it is my duty — in the name of instilling a modicum of sanity into an age where a company that has never actually sold a product to a consumer can be worth a billion dollars more than the entire GDP of Fiji — to inform you that it is not.
What happens when a new technology is so precise that it operates on a scale beyond our characterization capabilities?
Boo the otter sounds like a voice-over from a person who inhaled a bunch of helium and tried to make cat noises. It's delightful.
Big Mac? Double-Double? Baconator? Which is least likely to destroy my life?
The post-apocalypse is a nice place to spend the weekend. This year, some 4,100 people trekked out to an enormous, dusty patch of rocks, scrub, and dirt near Edwards, California to do just that.