Behold the bizarre, picture-driven tale of the Russian lady who, after dropping her phone in her soon-to-be meal, decides to cook (and eat) the phone itself. But why? It doesn't make sense. No words. None.
The smell of a new car is intoxicating. It reminds us of money and shiny objects. It evokes that golden period before repeat coffee stains, moldy Tupperware, and our trunk's transformation into a Good Will depository change the way we feel about our car.
Some cray cray individuals think that the Canary Islands were the door to the lost continent of Atlantis. That's one of the reasons I like this image of Atlantis—the space shuttle—flying parallel to the Canarian island of Tenerife.
This is the first edible cookbook in the world. It's such a great idea! A cookbook that you can actually cook and eat! One that ends as a lasagna! Can the world get any better? CAN IT? No, no it can't.
As part of its research into preventing avalanches, the Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research in Switzerland has a deep understanding of the structure of snow and ice crystals. Which Nestle realized could also be applied to improving the shelf-life of ice cream.
Today Microsoft further entrenched the Xbox 360 as the best alternative to a cable box with three new Kinect-capable video apps including on-demand content from Comcast, HBO GO, and MLB.TV.
Despite their adorably puffy tails, squirrels are a genuine nuisance. So it warms our hearts to see the nerds of the world banding together to battle these furry invaders with what they do best: engineering over-the-top solutions like this water cannon sentry system.
Musikmesse is Europe's premier annual music trade show, and tech companies were there in force last week to debut their latest kit. Today we separate the great from the good to show what your favourite bands will be using in the future - are we looking at Bjork's next musical plaything in the AlphaSphere, above?