Wonderful prank gives housekeeper the home she was supposed to clean

Those make-good-stuff-happen pranks are getting crazy. After turning a waitress' shift into the best day of her life, the people at Break decided to give away a house to Cara Simmons, a housekeeper and single mother of three. But first, they made her believe the new house was actually her new workplace. » 11/18/14 1:42am 11/18/14 1:42am

Robot deers catch illegal hunters who shoot at them

Though it may look like a deer, though it may move like a deer and though it may even smell like a deer... it still might just be a robotic deer that officials use to catch illegal deer hunters. Like the robot deer above, who totally looks like a normal deer but actually got a hunter who shot the robot in the neck… » 11/14/13 10:54pm 11/14/13 10:54pm

A Melodious Mashup of Nearly Every Chime and Bleep in Tech History

Close your eyes at any given moment, and you're likely to hear an audio artifact or two—whether the boo-dah-ling of a text message or the clacking of a keyboard. But as this new sound collage reminds us, hundreds of once-familiar audio cues are now doomed to obscurity, thanks to technology's forward march. » 8/22/13 2:00pm 8/22/13 2:00pm

Bring the Drive-Thru to Your Kitchen with this Instant Breakfast…

Breakfast sandwiches are one of the best ways you can start the day (taste-wise, at least). But they tend to be logistically difficult. Either you've got to take the time to carefully assemble one, or pay some scruffy, minimum-wage employee to make one for you. Hamilton Beach's Breakfast Sandwich Maker merges the… » 3/04/13 1:00pm 3/04/13 1:00pm

This Old Chinese Man Repairs Damaged Photos with Photoshop for Free

Baojun Yuan, the man pictured above, learned Photoshop at 60 years old. He's now 76 and for the past decade or so has repaired over 2000 damaged photos and done it all for free. Yuan bought a computer and scanner himself and doesn't charge people because he jokingly says, "My teacher just taught me how to repair the… » 4/23/11 9:00pm 4/23/11 9:00pm

62-Year-Old Man Attempts Hara-Kiri by Jumping from 25 Miles Up

A 62-year-old Frenchman is giving his attempt on the world free-fall record one last try in the skies above Saskatchewan. Michel Fournier has spent $13.25 million trying to jump from 25 miles above the earth's surface and break the world free-fall record set by USAF test pilot Joe Kittinger in 1960. But first he has… » 8/13/07 7:12am 8/13/07 7:12am