Holidays can be exhausting, but it's nothing an underwater garden can't solve. This is Nemo's Garden, an underwater greenhouse anchored off Italy's Ligurian coast, recently detailed in The Washington Post.
Just a day after a massive revolt tore down parts of Reddit, the site now appears to be mostly back to normal.
Apple Pay will soon be live in the UK. The contactless payment system will launch across the pond on July 14th and will work with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as the Apple Watch.
Okay, actually, it's only five times — I couldn't resist the "1776" symbolism in the headline. Forgive me.
Telltale Games is getting closer to releasing its all-new take on the Minecraft universe. The developer has released its first trailer for the game, as well as some of the very first details revealing what the game will be like.
Hello fellow weekend-goers, and welcome back to The Weekender. This week, we talked to the director of Terminator Genisys, we found out about the future of hydrogen fuel cells, and SpaceX made a mistake.
It’s Fourth of July weekend, and by now, it’s likely that America’s youth has depleted the shelves of every firework store across this great nation.
Microsoft is bringing a "whole new version" of Minecraft to Windows 10 later this month. To celebrate the launch of Windows 10 on July 29th, a Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta will be released at the same time.
There are times when the gauzy lens of nostalgia distorts how we think about movies, music, and TV shows of years past, tricking us into thinking they're better than they were — and then there are times when we're presented with cold, hard facts that things simply were better.
After the dismissal of a Reddit employee, moderators effectively shut down major sections of the site in protest.
Reddit’s Ask Me Anything subreddit, r/IAmA, is back online again, after the site’s moderators switched the section into private mode overnight.
Reddit CEO Ellen Pao commented this morning about the firing of Reddit Director of Communications Victoria Taylor, a move that has resulted in a very public revolt from users of the site.
El-P wants a unicorn. Killer Mike wants a dragon. We all just want to hear more. Fortunately, we should get plenty thanks to Beats 1.
Elon Musk has donated millions to the Future of Life Institute, and now the organization is putting that money to use by funding research into keeping artificial intelligence "robust and beneficial" — i.e.
Solar Impulse 2 — the giant, gangly solar-powered aircraft on a protracted, multi-leg trip around the world — just completed its single most challenging task: a record-breaking leg from Nagoya, Japan to Hawaii lasting 4 days, 21 hours and 51 minutes, making it the longest-duration solo flight in history.
Apple Music comes at a pretty critical time. People in the US streamed nearly twice as much music during the first half of 2015 than they did during the same period a year ago, while digital song sales dropped just over 10 percent, according to Billboard's report on the latest Nielsen stats.
We've expected for a month or so that BlackBerry is working on an Android phone with a "dual curved display" that slides up to reveal a physical keyboard underneath.
It’s Independence Day, and that means it’s time for controlled explosions in the sky. No, not Texas post-rock — the great scientific display that is a fireworks show.
Evidence that the US government has spied on German officials is sadly commonplace, but now it appears that the Obama administration's efforts went beyond government officials.