Designed to create a time capsule of knowledge related to our experiences on Earth, EMIC is a new documentary film that was inspired by the recent theatrical release, Interstellar.
Arguably a surefire and ill-advised way to drive children away from embracing the life of a couch potato, an Illinois mom thought it would be a brilliant idea to shoot her 50-inch HDTV while the kids were watching it.
Likely due to the lack of availability of Netflix Instant streaming, pirating of the latest House of Cards season spiked in areas of the world that still don't have access to Netflix.
Trying to figure out which subscription service to use while sticking to a frugal entertainment budget? Check out our updated 2015 breakdown of the three most popular streaming video services.
Definitely one of the more ridiculous reality shows of 2015, Sex Box is a show in which couples have sex within a chamber on a soundstage before popping out to discuss their sex life.
In the least surprising viral event to date this year, a Texas firefighter attracted the ire of the entire Internet after allegedly killing two dogs, taking a picture and boasting about it on Facebook.
Attempting to avoid paying more than half a billion to a patent company, Apple will appeal a recent decision that found patent infringement issues related to features within iTunes.
Attempting to capture a poorly thought-out selfie, an Oregon man was hit and killed by an Amtrak train over the weekend while positioning himself between the north and south rail lines.
Potentially an opportunity for anyone interesting in Bitcoin investments, the U.S. government will be placing yet another large chunk of seized Bitcoin up for auction during March 2015.
Utilizing the massive quantity of visual content generated by 70 million users, Pinterest is working on launching a purchasing function that would allows users to buy items that have been pinned on the site.
Yet another example of publishing far too much on social media channels, a Texas girl was fired recently after using Twitter to publicly post a negative opinion about a job that she hadn't even started yet.
Perhaps an object lesson about always charging your mobile gadgets, a pilot and his wife were forced to use their iPads and flight software to safely land a plane due to an electrical system failure.
Finally taking a solid step forward to a future that includes Will Smith fighting legions of sentient machines, a hotel in Japan has ditched silly humans in favor of a staff of humanoid robots.
Always a buzzkill within the 3D printing community, lawyers went after a 3D artist that had the audacity to create and attempt to sell a figurine of the shark that appeared in Katy Perry's Super Bowl halftime show.
Continuing a horrible downward spiral of horrible customer service, the latest trend within Comcast is maliciously changing the name of customers on their bill to curse words and other negative nicknames.