In this week's New Yorker, Michael Specter takes a great look at the world of in-vitro meat—grown in a lab, outside an animal body. It's not a matter of if, but when. Will you eat it?
We've heard that the next Android release will probably be named Ice Cream, but now we're hearing that it will actually be called Ice Cream Sandwich.
There are plenty of studies which tell us that cooking at home is one of the better things we can do for our health, yet we can't seem to stop eating out. Here's how we can justify that laziness.
According to what ARM President Tudor Brown has been telling Forbes writer Elizabeth Woyke, the Android release following Honeycomb will be dubbed Ice Cream. There's no confirmation from Google just yet, but the name would fit the pattern well enough.
I'm not sure what caught my attention more here, the fact that someone made a bacon Kevin Bacon or the fact that the artist's description of the creation process is a bit freaky.
If you want to make delicious bread out of rice, you normally have to get rice flour and work from there. But with the Sanyo Gopan rice bread machine, all you have to do is pour in handfuls of rice.
I've been accused of tweeting too much more than once, but I've finally discovered the perfect excuse: I'm going to claim that someone is turning my every tweet into a cookie like this and donating it to a starving child.
Two-headed cats and cows are last year's mutant-animal news, thanks to this revolutionary bunny and his two bitty noses. The nameless fella was discovered by a pet shop in Milford, Connecticut.