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Watch planes wobble their way to a very scary landing

Technically Incorrect: On the Portuguese island of Madeira, approaches to the airport can be windblown. And frightening.

By February 21, 2016


Watch the drunken wobble of Pluto's smaller moons

Pluto has had a rough few years. First, it lost its status as a planet. Now most of its tiny moons are acting like rebellious teenagers.

By June 3, 2015


Nvidia's free VR Funhouse pushes higher-end graphics...and wacky hair

VR Funhouse wants to show a bit of what can be done with top-end graphics cards, and adds some super-realistic swords.

By July 14, 2016


Flying an Airbus A380 like a fighter jet

To fly the world's largest airliner you need courage, patience and the skill to master a small control stick.

By July 11, 2016


6 location-specific IFTTT recipes you should be using

Turn off your lights, mute your phone and text your significant other -- all by just exiting or entering an area.

By June 24, 2016


Fish trapped inside jellyfish is having a worse day than you are

Australian photographer Tim Samuel captured the unusual image and says the fish was actually propelling its see-through captor.

By June 6, 2016


Alice in Wonderland footwear: Off with her head, on with her shoes

Don't be late for a very important date. Irregular Choice, maker of Luke Skywalker-lightsaber high heels, offers an exotic "Alice" line.

By May 2, 2016


NASA's Kepler space telescope spots 'wobbly' new planet

The new planet, known as Kepler-413b, has an extremely irregular orbit that seems to move up and down. It also has no surface to stand on.

By February 4, 2014


How a startup's tiny dots could lead to better smartphone photos

With tech called quantum dots, InVisage promises to surpass the limits of today's image sensors and vastly improve digital photos and videos. The first devices with its technology should arrive in early 2016.

By November 10, 2015


Planets with a drunken wobble could be more lively

The wackier a planet's wobble, the more likely it could be to sustain life and keep from going full Popsicle, according to new research.

By April 17, 2014