The batteries of the future may have three layers: two layers of liquid metal with some molten salt in the middle.
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If you're not a regular HDYK gamer, you're going to want to be sure you try our 5-day trivia hunt this week, starting tomorrow, because the first 20 with all the correct answers will automat
Now I've heard everything: if you're a driver so musically deprived that you have neither a radio, CD player or iPod hookup in your car, there's still one more way to get yourself hummi
How do you feel about bluetooth headsets? On the one hand, having a lightweight portable hands-free device for phone calls is downright handy in certain situations, most especially while driving.
Today's Brain GameÂ consists of puzzles that I call heebies.
A story about a homeless man in California found its way to his children in Texas. Now after 12 years, he is finally home.
How many ladybugs are necessary for a swarm?
John Barry, the CEO of WD-40 Company, Inc., passed away recently at the age of 84. He didn't invent the degreaser/rust preventative, but he turned it into a household name.
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2. 7 Secondary Football Leagues, by Ethan Trex
3. Not Fooling Anybody: Bizarre Retail Conversions, by Jason English
A great find from my friend Ryan - hysterical Cleveland tourism videos. If the first take doesn't have you loving Cleveland, than the second definitely will.
By Mark Fischetti
"When we weren't flying, we zipped on our leather flight jackets, crowded around the blackjack tables of the Tonopah Club, drank ourselves blind on rotgut, then staggere
In case you haven't seen this hilarious rap parody by Sister Salad, it's definitely worth three minutes of your time.
Moore's Law is a popular axiom in computing that effectively says: every two years, the number of transistors on an integrated circuit doubles.
For today's 5pm Quiz, here's one that originally ran last November. Let's find out how much He-Man and Care Bears knowledge you've retained.
Take the Quiz: '80s
Safety precautions such as childproof caps and doors that open outward are so commonplace today that we rarely give them a second thought "“ they're just facts of life.