During the summer season, there's not a lot of enticing new comedies to feast on. I mean, except for Candidly Nicole on VH1. Just kidding...sort of. Anyway, you might have missed this import from Britain's ITV on PBS over the summer since it was shoved into a Sunday time slot, and that's a shame.
If the tunes on the Top 40 charts aren't inspiring enough to be your personal "Song of the Summer," this should do it. Fresh off their sort of success from #Selfie, New York-based DJ duo The Chainsmokers teamed up with Siren to create one of the year's most bounciest tunes.
The Federal Aviation Authority has shoved your Uber for planes idea back into the hangar. Yesterday, it ruled that it has banned pilots from "publicly offering seats on their planes in exchange for gas money," reports TechCrunch. That puts startups like AirPooler and FlyteNow in a legal bind since they were offering…
At this point, it seems like our electronics are out to kill us because a doctor is warning rabid texters of a new condition called "text neck."
With headlines like "Police Officer Doesn't See a Difference Between Black, Light-Skinned Black Suspects" and "Neither Pickup Basketball Team Has Scored In Over 2 Hours," it can be confusing for some (OK, your Aunt Debby) to interpret the satirical headlines from The Onion.
SeaWorld hopes putting some waterproof lipstick on itself will make you love it again. The amusement park, which has been submerged in a PR nightmare ever since Blackfish came out last year, announced sweeping new design changes Friday in an effort to lure back fans.
Apple has begun keeping some of its Chinese users' personal data in China, Reuters revealed yesterday. That's significant because it is the first tech company to store information in the notoriously snoop-happy country, thus raising concerns that the data might be looked at by authorities.
If you're done binging on the incredible second season of Orange Is the New Black, then we've got the perfect dessert. Check out the first season of the BBC show The Fall, a spooky drama starring X-Files star Gillian Anderson and Fifty Shades of Grey frontman Jamie Dornan.
To many of us, Paolo Nutini is synonymous with his 2006 song "New Shoes." The feel-good hit instantly puts a smile on my face, entices me to throw a pair of squeaky clean new kicks on, and do something I rarely ever want to do, which is move.
Let's be honest: Your fireworks photos probably suck. You were likely crowded in a swarm of sweaty people that proved difficult to angle your phone to the heavens, so instead you were left with a blurry mess.
Attention Google: Your self-driving car looks wimpy compared to this self-driving beast-turned-truck. On Thursday, German automaker Daimler demonstrated the Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025 (that's when it hopes the vehicle will hit the marketplace) to spectators.
So, this sounds creepy: Some hospitals are identifying high-risk patients by buying loads of consumer data (i.e. credit card purchases, store loyalty programs, etc.) and plugging it into algorithms so they can step in before the customer gets sick. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, it's currently being used by…
Save yourself the $12 (or whatever it costs these days) it takes to see the new Transformers movie and watch this instead. A clever YouTube user named Harris Loureiro created an awesome video that blends computer effects and stop-motion features to depict a fight between Optimus Prime and an army of Constructicons.
Realizing that social media isn't a passing fad, the Food and Drug Administration has finally laid out its highly anticipated guidelines for how drug companies should act on the Internet.
Since building something that's conventional is out of the question for Dubai, the second-largest United Arab Emirates city announced today that it's breaking ground on the world's largest shopping mall.