If you were an American kid in the 1950s and 60s you were bombarded with an amazing promise: one day, when you're all grown up, you'll be able to vacation on the moon. But until then you'll have to settle for space-adventure TV shows and comic books. Unless, of course, you won this real live space simulator from 1959.
Do you have any Velveeta Shells and Cheese single-serve microwaveable cups in your fridge? Shame on you. Now here's another reason not to eat these gross things: they may have thin wire bristle pieces inside.
That Kraft cheese slice you might chomp for lunch today? It came from a mammoth subterranean dairy bunker the company uses as dirt cheap refrigeration and storage, Wired reports. Inside a 70 year old mine that's still rocked by explosions.
Kraft has invented a vending machine that analyzes your face to predict what you want to eat. It combines facial recognition with other data to give you a snack, or email a recipe and shopping instructions. Creepy or cool?
It takes a lot to get Australians riled up, as they're all descendants of violent criminals (just ask Giz's Danny Allen, whose grandparents murdered a Prime Minister). But a new version of Vegemite called iSnack 2.0? Get the pitchforks!
Kraft, the company that I exclusively associate with the oh-so-fattening (and delicious) mac & cheese, has this odd deal on their site. They are giving away a free DDR-style dancing pad for the PC and free copies of the DDR knock-off, StepMania. They do want you to pay shipping, which is $6, but that isn't too bad for…