A DCEU mystery that’s been going on for over three years might have finally been solved, thanks to the plot of James Wan’s Aquaman.
For once, it seems like FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is doing his job.
A small amount of plutonium and radioactive cesium went missing last year after two government security experts left the dangerous samples sitting in their SUV in a Marriott Hotel parking lot overnight.
It’s not quite a Nintendo Switch discount (those don’t really exist outside of eBay sales), but this Prime Day deal is pretty darn close. Pay the regular $300 for Nintendo’s latest and greatest console, and Amazon will throw in a $20 eShop gift card and a 64GB microSD card, for Prime members only. Those bonuses are…
Deals! Deals! Deals! It’s the time of year when an even larger-than-average group of people choose to spend money on shit they don’t need to enrich the single richest man on the planet. Except this year, in addition to warehouse workers and consumers themselves, Amazon’s own website seems to be protesting the grueling…
I know what you’re thinking: Amazon’s got some hot deals for its made up holiday, and even though we don’t exactly need an AmazonBasics portable air compressor, you would be foolish not to save $14 by buying on Amazon Prime Day. Resist these thoughts, fellow consumer. Amazon Prime Day is bullshit.
It wouldn’t be Prime Day without all-time low prices on some Anker products, and you’ve got a lot to choose from today across a variety of categories.
Archaeologists have uncovered the earliest evidence of bread-making at a site in northeastern Jordan. Dating back some 14,400 years, the discovery shows that ancient hunter-gatherers were making and eating bread 4,000 years before the Neolithic era and the introduction of agriculture. So much for the “Paleo Diet”…
The risks of extreme heat don’t impact us all equally. Around the world, more than one billion people are especially threatened by a lack of cooling technology—especially as climate change causes temperatures to rise even further.
You can mostly trust that health inspectors ensure the food you get from a restaurant was prepared properly and safely, but can the same be said of the meal at your friend’s next dinner party? Assuming that chicken wasn’t sliced and diced using a large kitchen knife crafted from your host’s old underwear is no longer…
Thousands of Amazon workers in Europe seeking better conditions and pay are engaged in a coordinated strike meant to coincide with Prime Day, the company’s invented shopping holiday.
If you’ve ever eaten at a nice steakhouse, you were probably eating sous-vide meat. Here’s a secret though: It’s really easy to get those kinds of results at home. Amazon’s listing this best-selling Anova sous-vide circulator for $109 today, which is the best price Amazon’s ever listed on the Wi-Fi model.
The Herpetologists’ League rescinded its annual Distinguished Herpetologist award after winner Dick Vogt showed racy photos during his acceptance address.
Today is Amazon #PrimeDay, home to all of Amazon’s greatest deals. You only have one chance to do this right!
For years, fans have wanted Nathan Fillion to take on the ludonarrative dissonance-championing adventures of Uncharted’s Nathan Drake in live-action. Now, they’re getting their wish...but it’s not as part of a major new movie, instead, we’re getting a fan film.
Amazon Prime Day 2018 officially starts at 3PM ET today, but as per usual, Amazon has already started rolling out a few select deals that Prime members can take advantage of right now.
To help us grok the immensity of the cosmos, the European Space Agency has released a remarkable image of space in which every point is an entire galaxy. If you didn’t feel insignificant before seeing this, you sure as hell will now.
Two police officers in Georgia are on administrative leave after using a coin toss app to determine whether to arrest a woman for allegedly speeding. Body camera footage obtained by WXIA-TV shows officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson questioning, and ultimately detaining the woman. Brown admits in the recording…
One of our favorite recurring Amazon sales is back for Prime Day: $5 off any $20 book order with promo code PRIMEBOOKS18.