It’s an ad. And the video is heavily assisted with visual effects. But still. It’s just fun as hell. You go in thinking, “oh yeah, it’s been relatively warm this year, so I could see why a guy would want to do this” and then you get wowed by the tricks and the stunts and start to realize what you’re watching and begin…
Fall is the best season because it has a great holiday and crispy weather and better clothes and good food and families getting together and oh, duh: the gorgeous colors all around. It’s just so stunning and there’s really no other way to put it. If you don’t have true seasons where you live or don’t find yourself in…
It’s the most beautiful time of the year: Fall. And luckily for us, all of you pulled out your cameras to give us a look at the beautiful leaves ranging from Calgary to Croatia.
Self/Less, the new movie starring Ben Kingsley and Ryan Reynolds, clearly wants to remind you of Limitless, the hit movie from 2011. There’s the similar title, but also another story of human enhancement with a dark side. And Self/Less proves that “posthuman thrillers” are becoming a genre.
Ooh wee! Now this is a fun ride. A GoPro fell from 10,000 feet and basically went into like some sort of drug-induced hyperlapse speed mode as it plummeted to the ground. Basically, it spun all over the place and looks completely crazy.
The leaves of fall are one of the most gorgeous gifts from nature. Every year, we ask you to share your best photo of the season. And as usual, you didn't disappoint.
It's a Gizmodo tradition. Every year, we ask you to photograph the beautiful colors of fall. So for this week's Shooting Challenge, we want you to share your best fall photos, taken any time this year.
It's the time of year where people go out into rural America seeking swollen gourds and fermented apple juice all in the name of Fall Fun™. And because timing is everything when it comes to these things, this beautiful fall foliage forecast map will aid you in your important quest to see the most chlorophyll-free…
Ouch. That has got to hurt. Ice climber Mark R. was climbing up a mountain when he was sent plummeting down by a piece of falling ice that hit him. He then basically avalanches down the mountain side and hits every rock down the way. It's like a scene from Game of Thrones but completely real. And even more insane…
It's become something of a tradition. Every autumn, we enlist you to take the most beautiful photos of the most beautiful season that you can. And every year, you outdo yourselves.
Fall isn't the time for delicate cooking to protect svelter waistlines. It's roasted and sugared fruits and fats. Winter is coming. But so is dessert.
A lot of people celebrate the foods of spring—the first green things that sprout from the ground after a thaw. But if spring is about revitalization, autumn is about comfort—sweet and savory spiced foods that fatten you up for winter and pair perfectly with a nap.
This week marks the end of summer and the first days of fall. It also marks the start of fourth annual Fall Shooting Challenge. Don't worry if things are still green by you—the results aren't due next week—but you can enter starting...NOW!
A baseball fan died after falling 65-feet from a concourse at the Braves' Turner Field stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Another one died when he fell from a stairwell in the same stadium in 2008. And a student was killed in another fall at the Georgia Dome in 2012. There was a common element in these two cases, though.
A Cirque du Soleil acrobat fell to her death while performing with the troupe in Las Vegas on Saturday. It was during the finale of the Kà show when the 31-year-old woman dropped more than 50 feet before a horrified audience.
Don't watch this video. No, seriously, it's really rough. The best thing is that Matthew Gough, the guy who plummets while base jumping, actually survived the fall with only minor injuries. He hit the ground at 40mph from a 1,000 foot cliff because his parachute malfunctioned. The footage is taken from his helmet cam.
Mountain climber Mark Roberts was climbing Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, last month when a piece of ice fell from above, causing him to tumble 100 feet down the slope. He happened to capture the entire thing on his helmet camera.
John Naughton at the Guardian has a perfect—albeit obvious—observation: Despite their overwhelming dominance, Facebook and Apple will eventually fall. "History should teach us that for today's technology industry titans, the only way is down." That goes for Google, too. And Amazon. It's inevitable.
This video is a bit slow to start, but those who hold out for the 30-second mark will be richly rewarded. What an absolutely stunning use of the timelapse medium. Filmmaker Jamie Scott describes his process: