It's difficult to keep kids occupied, and so whomever had the idea to put crayons in restaurants was a total genius.
Yep, just give 'em the crayons and the back of a placemat and that'll keep 'em busy and quiet for at least five minutes while
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP), a massive area of floating plastic debris that is more than twice the size of Texas, contains about 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic. This is between 4 and 16 times the mass of plastic that scientists previously
The 'Internet Archive' just released their Handheld History Collection. It's chock-full of your favorite pocket LCD games from the 80's and 90's, but the best part is you can play them all for free! Read more...More about Tech, Gaming, History,
You're going down, Face ID. Researchers from Fudan University in China, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Indiana University, and Alibaba Inc. have created a baseball cap that can reliably fool facial recognition software into thinking that you'
Lyft's co-founders believe in the gun control message the student organizers behind the March for Our Lives rallies this weekend will be chanting in marches in Washington, D.C and beyond.
To support students and others speaking up for stricter
Picture this. It’s day two of SourceCon. You’re surrounded by 800 of your closest sourcing companions and your mind has just been blown away by a series of jaw-dropping presentations and offstage networking. Knowledge is being shared
Is your state yelling the most about Peeps or Reese's eggs? Now's your chance to find out.
A new map from product review website Influenster uses the site's review data to discover which seasonal Easter candy is the most "buzzed-about" in each state
As students, parents, and concerned citizens across the United States prepare to march in protest of gun violence on March 24, they can also take part in a virtual and educational journey towards Washington.
To raise awareness for March For Our
Mark Zuckerberg has 40 billion reasons to be mad at Cambridge Analytica, but he should save at least some of that anger for Facebook board member Peter Thiel.
That's because Thiel, who infamously supported the presidential campaign of Donald
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