The Slo Mo Guys film a match-head bomb in their backyard with a Phantom Flex slow-motion camera, and if you're thinking it's a good idea to try this at home, you should just stop reading now.
The failure of the Fire Phone, which hit the market a year ago on Saturday, offers some lessons on what companies need to do -- and avoid -- when trying to create a successful smartphone.
The Backyard Scientist is at it again, this time shooting pillars of six flames of various shades into the air.
If you ever accidentally dump your stockpile of thermite, which you've also accidentally set on fire, into a tub of water, this YouTube video will give you an idea of what to expect.
Win three cool modern-day candles -- the kind without flames that you control from a mobile device. LED mood lighting, here we come.
On Road Trip 2015, CNET peeks behind the curtain of the nighttime parade and fireworks show at "the happiest place on Earth" -- and finds innovation 60 years in the making.
"Fantastic Four" is coming this week, and we have a nifty publicity stunt in the form of a flying drone version of the Human Torch.
Amazon's phone is finally a reality, but was it really worth the wait? Here are all the details on the Fire Phone, plus T-Mobile's latest Uncarrier antics and an all-electric Harley-Davidson.
The GEFU Drago Stick Lighter features a bendable neck. No charcoal pyramid is safe.
Colin Furze's X-Men-like powers are growing. New to the mix: shooting flames from his wrists.