Technically Incorrect: A man mocks Europe's professionals about a 12-foot putt they keep missing. So they invite him to try it. Guess what happens next.
Film artist Colin Cantwell tells Reddit how the iconic trench came to be. And it turns out the X-Wing owes its life to a night of drinking.
Technically Incorrect: Texting is so old. Look what you can now do on your iPhone 7: Send each other balloons.
C'mon, grab your friends, the surreal animated show still has two seasons and some specials left.
YouTube user TechRax's latest torture test takes him to the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
The site's new look highlights relevant curated channels and makes it easier to search for video.
AOL's Alto app tries to cure our email troubles. Meanwhile, Samsung is dealing with bigger problems: exploding washing machines.
Certain models of washing machines are breaking apart, sending parts flying mid-cycle. And Samsung's recall headache continues as some "safe" Note 7 phones reportedly still have battery problems.
Kristian Nairn's mother sure knows how to hold open a door in style, giving her son and "Game of Thrones" fans a good laugh.
The Republican nominee might prefer Bing or Yahoo for his Hillary Clinton news.
Say hello to Alto, an email client that hopes you'll be thinking "You've Got Mail" for years to come.
Promoting the launch of the new Discovery, Land Rover constructed a replica of London's Tower Bridge using nearly 6 million bricks and a little steel support.
How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?
A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.