Next time you open Twitter, there's a good chance you'll see a video ad at the top of your feed. It's part of a new strategy to increase ad dollars, with the premium placement allowing the company to charge brands a premium price.
Politicians who like to tweet had better watch out. Politwoops, a service that posts lawmakers' deleted tweets with the aim of promoting transparency, has relaunched after being forced to suspend its operation last May.
The Sherp is a two-person ATV from Russia that can go just about anywhere. With its enormous self-inflating tires, aquatic capabilities, and ridiculous maneuverability, the Sherp is the weekend warrior you never knew you needed.
Universal plucks another huge star for its latest monster franchise, tapping Johnny Depp to star in its reboot of The Invisible Man. The move follows recent developments for Universal's reboot of The Mummy, which will star Tom Cruise.
SEMA is raising an alarm based on its concern over the EPA's latest interpretation of Clean Air laws that would prohibit modifications to street legal cars. The adjustments would mean owners couldn't modify their cars for racing.
A bioengineer at Vanderbilt University has successfully used an adapted cotton candy machine to electrospin systems of artificial blood vessels. These capillary systems could be used to grow organs like livers and kidneys for…
Scientists at China's Institute of Physical Science in Hefei reportedly ran a successful nuclear fusion test at 90 million degrees Fahrenheit for over a minute and a half in its Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak.