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Watch a Hypnotic Time-Lapse of Sheet Music Being Drawn By Hand

Anna Green

Justin Greak turns beautiful sounding music into beautiful looking art.

MIT's New Wearable Lends Users an Extra Hand

Michele Debczak

Wearers control the device using muscles in their forearm.

94-Year-Old Fashion Icon Iris Apfel to Design Smart Bracelets for Seniors

Anna Green

Apfel, who is best known for her oversized glasses and wild styles, is now designing sophisticated smart jewelry.

A Handy Device That Makes it Easy to Find Your Lost Phone

Michele Debczak

Knocki turns any surface into a remote control.

8 Under-the-Radar Costco Perks You're Probably Missing Out On

Kate Rockwood

Your membership is worth more than you even know.

Prehistoric Beetle Had Wings Like Helicopter Blades

Michele Debczak

Its propeller-like wings likely helped it travel long distances.

A Florida Brewery Created Edible Six-Pack Rings to Protect Aquatic Animals

Anna Green

Made of barley and wheat, they're safe for animals and humans to ingest.

Here's How Architects Plan to Move an Entire Swedish City

Kirstin Fawcett

The entire relocation could take until 2100.

An Enormous Fireball Shot Across the Skies Monday Night

Kate Horowitz

A museum in Maine is offering a $20,000 reward for large meteorite fragments.

13 Royal Facts About ‘Three Kings’

Garin Pirnia

George Clooney called the war-action-comedy "the worst experience" of his life. But he loved the movie.

Why Does My Heart Beat Faster Sometimes?

Autumn Spanne

Your movements and your feelings can give your heart a little workout.

Why Do People Call Rock-Paper-Scissors "Roshambo?"

Shaunacy Ferro

The term is more commonly used on the West Coast, especially in northern California.

Chomp on This: 7-Eleven Introduces Shark Week-Themed Snacks

Kirstin Fawcett

Go ahead and take a bite.

Some Private Jets Now Feature Much Larger Windows

Andrew LaSane

Door-sized windows and sunroofs give passengers better views of the sky.

Survey Shows Class of 2016 Feels Prepared to Enter the Workforce

Andrew LaSane

The transition from student to employee is not always easy, but the class of 2016 feels more prepared than classes that came before.