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Student researchers set out to understand what motivates the selfie-obsessed. See if you recognize yourself in one of the three groups.
Even if you can't fix your own computer, YouTube celeb chef Rosanna Pansino shows how to decorate a cake to look like the inside of a computer.
Universal Studios Japan makes it so the experience begins before you even step foot into the ride.
A whole new world comes into perspective for fish with their own personal above-the-surface glass viewing towers.
Clips from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "The Golden Girls" and other sources help remind us why the actress and social media darling is an American treasure.
No one messes with the Millennium Falcon without first going through one angry Wookiee.
After leaving a difficult marriage, Cara Brookins, a mother of four, constructed her family a house -- and a new life.
Dyson Smart Rooms is a "Crystal Maze"-style pop-up to find new software engineers.
The customers at one Oregon 7-Eleven are sometimes known to shop on all fours.
A common snack rises to the level of art in a video that slows down the popcorn popping process, creating a gorgeous meditation on corn.
We've finally got more details on the new Netflix series featuring Barrymore as a real estate agent with some unusual yet still familiar cravings.
A pair of fuzzy felines participate in a catty homemade re-creation of the confrontation between a Sith dad and his Jedi son.
A honking huge gator in Florida takes nature fans by surprise and racks up the views on Facebook.
Sitting down with Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Sheen to talk about space travel and the tech in the film.
The day's biggest tech stories include an ugly set of allegations against Facebook's Oculus, Google's impressive image technology and Nintendo of America president's assertion that the Switch and 3DS can coexist.