​7 Crazy Bikes That Almost Changed Cycling Forever (and Then Failed)

The history of cycling includes many innovations that failed to achieve popular or commercial success. The reasons for failure are many and various. But sometimes, even the wackiest-looking designs incorporated interesting ideas. Here's a selection of those concepts—most of which have at least one redeeming feature. » 8/20/14 9:00am 3 minutes ago

Google Patents a Less Obvious Tech-on-the-Inside Version of Glass

Google has come up with a way to make Google Glass (a little) more socially acceptable —by tucking the guts inside to hide the obvious parts out of view. » 8/20/14 6:20am Today 6:20am

Artist speed paints a painting you can't see until the very last second

Speed painting can be purposefully misleading but it's always fun to have your brain pump in that delayed "Ohhhh" reaction once you realize what's going on. You feel like a complete idiot with your mouth open until you see it. And even then, you're not completely sure it's not sorcery. » 8/20/14 12:31am Today 12:31am

Time-lapse shows how it feels to be drunk at the local fair

We all know the deal: Deep fried food, horrible music, rigged shooting games and cheap alcohol. But there is something about local fairs that makes them irresistible. This time-lapse shows what that thing is. A wonderful world of lights, colors and big moving objects that feels like a dream. » 8/19/14 11:31pm Yesterday 11:31pm

Crystal clear photo of the fiery reentry and destruction of a spaceship

German astronaut Alexander Gerst took this crystal clear photo of the Cygnus-class resupply ship Janice Voss entering the Earth's atmosphere on August 17. I wish they could attach a thermal-safe pod with a camera inside to send along these ships—I want see video of the reentry from a close distance. » 8/19/14 10:41pm Yesterday 10:41pm

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