Don't want to risk meeting a creep of sorts on a dating platform? Then you might want to give The Grade a shot. Unlike Tinder, this app will give you the same swiping powers but without anyone who sucks.
Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night is one of his most famous paintings. It's been seen by millions, but here's the remarkable thing about it: it's actually an art of science. There's actually math behind it all.
How fast can a train go? If they're Maglev, then the answer is pretty damn fast. As in, 500km/h fast. The Central Japan Railway Company is running tests for the train. We guess people who ride it will never be late.
According to science, we have 40,000 to 60,000 negative thoughts a day on average. That sounds like a total downer. I know a few people who probably have more than that. But the good news is that we can change all of that.
Ever been in a time when you thought you heard some water trickling, when it actually wasn't? Science can explain all of that now. Maria Geffen, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine has figured it out.
If you're serious about gaming then you're going to need the equipment to keep up with gaming demands. It is easy to assume that gaming machines like Playstations and XBoxes are enough, but they're really nothing compared to a gaming computer.
This is the Samsung Project Beyond 360° Camera. It is the world's first 3D omniview camera that relays high-resolution reconstructions of its surroundings to any Gear VR wearer and transports them anywhere in the world.
What would the perfect smartphone be like? As of now, none can claim that they're the best. In fact, the perfect smartphone doesn't exist just yet. Marques Brownlee is back with yet another video, but this time, talking about what if we could piece together all the great things about different smartphones together.
Man has landed on a comet. The European Space Agency landed their robotic probe on a comet marking it the first time ever this has been done. The whole mission took 10 years. This is a really big deal.
Microsoft has officially buried the Nokia brand name with the launch of the Lumia 535. It is a low-end Windows Phone meant for emerging markets with the Microsoft brand name at the back.
They are also sticking to Lumia's tried and tested formula using bold colors, basic internals and a low pricepoint. The Lumia 535 is a five inch 960 x 540 screen, 1.2GHz quad-core processor and comes with 1GB of RAM. There's also a 5-megapixel camera that Microsoft is touting for its Skype capability.
We're teaching robots to do more things that humans can, and let's just hope that doesn't turn around and bite us one fine day. The folks at IHMC Robotics has started to teach ATLAS how to balance on one foot.