What's Inside a Cheap Vibrator? We Took This One Apart to Find Out.

Electromechanical vibrators actually have a long history—consumer versions have been around for more than 100 years. But how do they actually work? To find out, we did a teardown on a nice cheap vibe: the Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss from California Exotics Novelties, pictured here in all its garish pink glory. »10/07/15 1:15pm26 minutes ago

Today's Best Deals: Cheap Halloween Costumes, a Closer Shave, and More

Here are the best of today’s deals. Get every great deal every day on Kinja Deals, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to never miss a deal, join us on Kinja Gear to read about great products, and on Kinja Co-Op to help us find the best. »10/07/15 1:15pm26 minutes ago

Superman's Getting a Brand New Secret Identity

For over 70 years, Superman has hidden behind a single secret identity: Clark Kent. But now that the comics have re-exposed Clark Kent to the DC universe, the Man of Steel needs a new alter-ego. And so, for the first time in his history, Superman has a new secret persona. »10/07/15 12:20pmToday 12:20pm

If Your Chipotle Burrito Looks Smaller Soon, Blame 3D Printing 

Chipotle isn’t known for stingy serving sizes, but people have been coming up with tricks to maximize the size of their burritos for years. But our days of gloriously unhealthy oversized heaps of Mexican fast food may be numbered: Chipotle has enlisted a 3D printing company to fight the scourge of overstuffed… »10/07/15 12:00pmToday 12:00pm

This painting of an egg looks like it actually cracks when an artist draws over it

I can only accept two reasons as for how this drawing of an egg—yes, a drawing—looks like it actually cracks as an artist continues drawing: our eyes are pitiful things that cannot be trusted at all or the artist is a magician. There is no in between. This is expert level artistry that is very likely sorcery at work.… »10/07/15 11:45amToday 11:45am

A Princess's Plan to Bring Light to the 620 Million Africans Without Power

Many people living in Africa need electricity, but don’t have it. Luckily, something of a solar power revolution is afoot in Africa, triggering a wave of innovation from solar energy entrepreneurs. One of them is a princess descended from an ancient Mossi warrior, who stresses that the best way to combat this problem… »10/07/15 10:00amToday 10:00am

Get a Closer Shave For Pennies on the Dollar With Merkur's Classic Safety Razor

Lifehacker readers love Merkur safety razors, and you can get your very own for an all-time low price today on Amazon. »10/07/15 9:20amToday 9:20am