This Mysterious NYC Castle Was Actually America's First Cancer Hospital

On the southwest corner of Central Park West and 106th Street in New York City, there's an enormous castle. It takes up the whole east end of the block, with its red brick cylindrical turrets topped with gleaming silver cones. The stained glass windows and intricate stonework make the building look like something… »9/19/14 5:30pm

Aerial photo of a sea of people having a picnic in a park

I love picnics—one of those precious little pleasures of life. Eating good food, drinking good wine, lazying on the grass, perhaps next to a big tree, feeling the sun on your belly, its light glimmering through the leaves, and a light breeze taking you into a perfect siesta. This image—however—is my picnic nightmare. »5/23/14 3:56pm

Whirlpool Plug-and-Play Refrigerator Has Docks for iPod, Photo Frames and Tablet Computers

Whirlpool's latest tech for their refrigerator line is based on their "centralpark" feature, which is a essentially dock that lets you plug in a bunch of different gadgets into the big gadget that holds your food. Among the things that you can dock are the Brandmotion iPod Speaker system, which withstands "the… »1/05/08 2:48pm

Whirlpool Centralpark Connection: Refrigerator as Data Hub, Entertainment Center

Whirlpool wants to make refrigerators even cooler, building its Centralpark port right into the refrigerator door. Centralpark is an interchangeable connection point that'll be a part of a Whirlpool line of connector-enabled refrigerators that let you park and power up a shiny collection of matching devices from Jabil… »1/28/07 11:11am