For the first time ever, a majority of Americans say they’re opposed to nuclear energy. Revealingly, the declining attitudes towards nuclear has less to do with the perceived risks, and more to do with falling gas prices.
Donald Trump just ended his mercifully short victory speech, the majority of which consisted of Trumpisms we’ve already heard a million times before—except for one. Now (in addition to Muslims and walls and his smokin’ hot daughter), Donald Trump would like to talk to you about physics.
A new national survey from Public Policy Polling has confirmed what we all already knew to be true: As far as a good portion of the American public is concerned, Ted Cruz might as well be the Zodiac killer.
Public Policy Polling, which had previously asked Republican voters if they support bombing Disney’s fictional kingdom of Agrabah (they do), is currently hitting up Floridians with the biggest question of all: Is Ted Cruz the elusive Zodiac Killer? Maybe!
A new poll by the Pew Research Center is affirming something most of us already know: Americans are spending an increasing amount of time on the internet—and 21 percent of us now report being online pretty much all the time.
Last week, we asked you to name the worst airport terminal in the United States. You, dear readers, rose to the occasion with incredible aplomb, dishing out horrific tales of protracted layovers, TSA foibles, and security line poopers.
Looks like all those sleepless nights cozied up next to the tender warmth only an Xbox can provide have finally paid off. For you, noble Xbox user, have officially been crowned the Sexy Time Champ.
Hasbro took a vote, and the internet has spoken. The ballots have been counted, and the people have said F the iron—the new Monopoly token will be a cat.
You log into Facebook and you have a birthday reminder for one of your "friends." The name doesn't ring a bell and the profile picture isn't helpful. Someone you knew in high school who got married, maybe? You have no idea.
From weird sounds to activation issues, we've heard a few things about the iPhone 3GS since it launched on Friday. Now we're curious, and want to know what is (or isn't) going on with your shiny new purchase.
A UK for-profit firm called The Gadget Helpline surveyed 5,000 people to ferret out the industry's most confusing tech jargon. Luckily, they found most of the top 10 confusing terms are antiquated or proprietary:
Former Xbox Europe exec Sandy Duncan recently declared that consoles were a dying breed, due to disappear in a mere 5 to 10 years. At first, it's a laughable remark. I mean, consoles are insanely popular moneymakers, why would they disappear? Sure, physical media will be gone by the next generation, but don't you need…
A new report from Solutions Research Group hints that the male-dominated era of technology and gadgets may be coming to an end. Some activities, such as using a DVR to record a TV show, or streaming movies or games, are more popular amongst women than men. Gents, has this happened to you? Take the poll, and see just…
A couple of University of Glasgow students have built a prototype of a program that brings haptic touchscreen technology to the iPhone. It's a buggy program, but even if the kinks get worked out a question remains: does anybody need it?[ via ]