Seeing F1 cars race in thermal vision is so freaking cool

Sometimes it's easy to forget that racing F1 cars is pretty much insanity. The ridiculous speeds, the punishing G-forces and not to mention the beasts of a machine they call cars. But when you look at a F1 car under thermal vision, you'll never forget how scary it is: they're driving fire breathing monsters. » 8/22/14 12:29am Today 12:29am

Video replaces the sounds in Game of Thrones with old video game sounds

If you think there's too much violence and sex and awful human behavior in Game of Thrones, you'll enjoy this light hearted remix where all the sounds of the show are replaced with old school video game noises. If you like Game of Thrones already, you'll like the video because it's more Game of Thrones. » 8/21/14 10:39pm Yesterday 10:39pm

How an alien race may transform barren worlds into living paradises

It starts ominously. A robot spacecraft flies into a planet's atmosphere and embeds itself into the ground. Scouts are sent off to test the planet's resources and presumably suck the planet dry. I've seen this movie about robot uprisings and the hijacking of Earth too many times. Luckily, this short isn't one of them. » 8/21/14 9:33pm Yesterday 9:33pm

Mad genius invents steel safe suit to stand inside a fireworks display

Mad genius Colin Furze is back again with a new invention. This time he built himself a steel safe suit with the sole purpose of standing inside a fireworks display and enjoy the views. The suit shape looks hilarious, a terrifying mix between the tin man and the scarecrow, but it works perfectly. » 8/21/14 9:05pm Yesterday 9:05pm

The Journalistic Exploits of Mr. Poon… Er, Jane Doe... I Mean, Fletch

Dr. Rosenpenis. Dr. Rosenrosen. Dr. Rosen. John Cocktoston. Mr. Poon. Arnold Babar. Jane Doe. Ted Nugent. Fletch F. Fletch. They're all the same man: Irwin F. Fletcher. Goes by Fletch. He's actually 6'5", with an afro 6'9", and if you spend the night with him he will make you very happy. » 8/21/14 8:00pm Yesterday 8:00pm

The Real Talent Behind Iggy's "Fancy" and Icona Pop's "I Love It"

Unless you've been living vacuum-sealed under a rock on the ocean floor, the hook to Song of the Summer 2014 "Fancy" has surely wormed its way into your ear. And last summer, you couldn't walk into a party without "I Love It" blasting to the stratosphere. These two insidiously catchy songs have one thing in common,… » 8/21/14 7:00pm Yesterday 7:00pm

These Tiny Stickers Want To Connect Your Belongings To the Internet

Raise your hand if you're a little bit sick of hearing about the Internet of Things and how it's going to change everybody's lives, like, tomorrow. It's been a slow and frustrating process to watch so many products make big promises and so few live up to them. Estimote's latest promise, however, has me intrigued. » 8/21/14 6:53pm Yesterday 6:53pm

See an Entire Muddy River Bed Transplanted Inside an Art Museum

If you've ever been to the Louisiana Museum in Denmark, you know it's one of the most dramatic museum locations around: Perched on a rocky cliff above Øresund, looking out over the ocean, it's easy to find yourself staring out to sea instead of at the art. Now, Olafur Eliasson has brought the landscape inside the… » 8/21/14 6:16pm Yesterday 6:16pm

No, the first baby born under anaesthesia wasn't named Anaesthesia

According to a recent post that's gone viral among science and history nerds, the first baby born to a mother under anaesthesia named her baby Anaesthesia. It's an amusing fun fact. But unfortunately, it's too good to be true. Anaesthesia was reportedly a nickname sometimes used by the doctor who delivered the baby… » 8/21/14 5:30pm Yesterday 5:30pm

Why This Company Wants To Build Data Centers Next To Gas Storage Sites

The problem with data centers is excess heat. The problem with liquified natural gas terminals is excess cold. In a perfect world, one problem would neatly cancel out the other—which is exactly the world imagined by Massachusetts-based TeraCool. Coupling data with liquified gas could make a lot of energy sense. » 8/21/14 4:45pm Yesterday 4:45pm

Shooting Challenge: Crazy Things You See In Clouds

You know when you see something in a cloud, and you wonder, am I just crazy, or does that cloud really look like a dragon being ridden by a pig eating a cotton candy hot dog? Well it's your lucky day. For this week's Shooting Challenge, take a photo of something crazy you see in a cloud. And we'll all let you know if… » 8/21/14 4:28pm Yesterday 4:28pm

75% Off Hundreds of Udemy Courses: Learn Davinci Resolve & More

Get 75% off more than 300 courses with Udemy (using coupon code SAVETODAY, one of the largest marketplaces for teaching and learning. Udemy features over 10,000 expert instructors in courses ranging from guitar to photography to web development, and all are on-demand and available 24/7 via phone, tablet, or web. » 8/01/14 10:22am 8/01/14 10:22am

Dreamcar 2020: Turning 10 Design Trends into the Car of The Future

We're in the middle of a transformational moment for the automobile. There's a century of gasoline-burning, hand-on-the-wheel vehicles in our rear-view, while the road ahead is powered by electric, driverless technologies. Somewhere between yesterday and tomorrow, however, is the vehicle that bridges this gap, and… » 8/21/14 12:00pm Yesterday 12:00pm

Get 70% Off 3 Years Of Unlimited Network Protection from VPN – $19

Running a VPN (Virtual Private Network) on your devices ensures that you're securely connected, protects your data, and allows you to access region-blocked content. For a little while, Gizmodo readers can get 70% off 3 years of VPN Unlimited's Premier Plan. That's 50 cents/month for peace of mind online – not bad. » 8/20/14 5:19pm Wednesday 5:19pm