As you may or may not have heard, a University of North Carolina professor claims to have found a major mistake in Lincoln history. Some blurry, sepia-skinned dude in the photo who we'd believed was Lincoln was actually not! As this Smithsonian Magazine article details, it's more likely that Lincoln is this other… »
The most expensive Lincoln penny in history was a 1943 copper-alloy cent that was sold for $1.7 million in a 1996 auction. Nothing compared to this one, though. This penny is going be put on Mars for a nice $2.5 billion. Not bad! »
This is the three-foot long copper sword stolen from Abraham Lincoln's Tomb in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois. It was there sometime in September (left) and now is gone (right). »
Think we're the only ones with the advanced tools to tamper with photos. Think again as this craft actually extends back to the early days of photography. »This looks like General Ulysses S. Grant in front of his troops at City Point, Virginia during the Civil War, but it's actually a composite of three different…
You know what your darling wrencher truly wants this year: gold-plated O2 sensors and diamond-encrusted CV boots. But since it's always best to surprise, buy them one of these tools for the home mechanic instead. »
While Ford has been developing a new collision warning system, they've decided that there are cheaper, safer ways to the R&D than smashing endless piles of cars into one another. »
I never thought about this before, but driving around in a car can be especially dangerous for people with severe cases of diabetes. Fortunately for them (and everyone else on the road), a company called Medtronic Diabetes has unveiled its new M-POWERED car-a Lincoln sedan fitted with a system that wirelessly connects… »
Apart from bringing us laws, wars, peace, hanging chads, lobbies, sex scandals, First Ladies and Rough Riders, there have been presidents and Founding Fathers who have brought us all kinds of gadgets and inventions. Jump to see the best tech that the fearless leaders of the free world had to offer us.