Runtastic Orbit Hands-On: A Fitness Tracker With a Few New Tricks

Since it seems like every company and its mother-company has a fitness tracker these days, it's refreshing when we see one that actually brings something unique to the table. Runtastic (the company behind my current favorite running app) has a new tracker called the Orbit. It's different! » 7/31/14 8:00am 33 minutes ago

This Is What the Costa Concordia Rescue Looked Like From Space

After two years, the Costa Concordia was finally righted, refloated and towed to the safe harbors of Genoa. This is what the rescue mission looked like from the European Space Agency's new Sentinel-1A satellite. » 7/31/14 7:45am 48 minutes ago

This is how New York would look submerged in a gigantic latte

Flóra Borsi is fascinated by the beauty of coffee. And so she made this stunning series of pictures where New York City skies are dyed with coffee and the clouds are made of cappuccino foam. It's like the whole city is submerged in a gigantic cup of latte—and some how it is, considering New Yorkers' love for coffee. » 7/30/14 11:38pm Yesterday 11:38pm

Music-less Turn Down for What video is even creepier and more hilarious

The guys at College Humor are back with a hilarious videoclip without music. This time Turn Down for What is transformed into a grotesque orgy of bodies twisting and turning with no apparent reason. Which makes it even creepier—yes that's possible—and funnier than the original. NSFW » 7/30/14 10:29pm Yesterday 10:29pm

Surfing a never ending wave is like being stuck in a blender of fun

The barrel never ends, or at least that's what it feels like. When you think it's finally going to come crashing down, surfer Benji Brand goes through another water tunnel and keeps going and going. It's like a never ending wave where you can see everything spin around you and you never have to stop. » 7/30/14 9:59pm Yesterday 9:59pm

Scientists reveal new vision of Earth 4 billion years ago

The Hadean and Eoarchean epochs were the real hell on Earth. For millions of years, our planet was heavily bombarded by millions of asteroids with "existing oceans repeatedly boiled away into steam atmospheres"until its crust finally solidified. These two new visualizations will help you comprehend this violence. » 7/30/14 9:00pm Yesterday 9:00pm

Learn to Code with 90% off the Pure Python Hacker Bundle

When you first start coding, the biggest question is which language to learn. A language like Python provides an easy, beginner friendly start — and this bundle of 7 courses (and over 50 hours of content) offers a complete education in everything from apps, to websites, APIs, and more. » 7/21/14 12:39pm 7/21/14 12:39pm