After a decade of explosive growth, Netflix is experiencing some growing pains. Though Americans are watching more online video than ever, Netflix is facing steeper competition (from rivals like Google, Amazon, Apple, and HBO) in addition to an uncertain future in international markets.
The International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service (IERS), which sets the time which standardizes the world’s clocks, just announced that it is tacking an extra second on to the end of 2016. What will you do with yours?
The 21st century can be so confusing. But don’t worry, because we’re here to help. Paleofuture’s very own Robot From The Future is here to answer your questions in our new advice column.
Jeb Bush is no longer running for president, and even his trolls are abandoning him. Since last year, the owner of JebBush.com has redirected the site to Donald Trump’s campaign page. Now it seems Jeb is too irrelevant to be domain pranked.
With just over two years to go until Rio kicks off the 2016 Olympic Games, Olympic officials are taking stock of how ready Rio really is. The short answer? They're not. But how far behind are its preparations? And can the city possibly catch up in time?
Screw The Hunger Games, I can't wait for the Ghanaian science fiction flick 2016. It's basically Alien, Predator, and Terminator all rolled into one (which incidentally happened once, but sans baby kicking). Are any readers out there familiar with Ghanaian cinema? Because I vow — with the internet as my witness — to…
Eight years and $31 billion from now, Seoul, Korea's Yongsan business district's cityscape will feature a whole new set of super-tall, futuristic buildings. The project is led by a seemingly odd alliance between Samsung Corporation and the National Pension Fund Service.