With good reason, China’s banning animal circuses: they’re popular at zoos, but unless you consider animals being ripped to shreds by tigers as entertainment, you may be in the wrong place.
It was only time until the Internet community would have its way – Amy Chua, you’ve got your own special memes now.
Grab the phone and ditch the wallet: starting Wednesday, there’s a whole new way to pay for your coffee.
The U.S. seems to have been taken over by the Chinese government with a massive ad splattered right in the middle of Times Square. (via Shanghaiist)
Sir Ernest Shackleton evidently thought that if he was going to be exploring one of the coldest places on earth, he should bring some whisky to keep warm.
We’ve seen all the pictures of the damage from the ground, but there’s nothing like seeing an aerial before and after of Australia’s landscape, courtesy of the floods.
A Japanese professor in Kyoto, Japan seems to have take a cue from Hollywood: he says that he’ll be able to create a woolly mammoth by 2015, a mere four years now, in a Frankenstein-like twist.
Hey, caffeine addicts, Starbucks has a new size for you if your decaf Venti soy almond cappuccino simply isn’t cutting it–it’s the Trenta, and it’s going to supersize your much needed fix in the morning.
Those cute and cuddly penguins that we all love to gawk at may be having a hard time going about their business, and all because of the way we’ve been tracking them.
New Zealand volunteers and conservation rescuers have managed to save a beached whale, refloating it in the water, after it had become displaced with four other whales on New Zealand’s North Island.
With the iPhone’s carrier exclusivity coming to an end, some people are jumping to Verizon from AT&T’s overloaded networks. While it may not seem easy, there are a few methods for making the leap.
The snowpocalypse just isn’t happening in the Northeast.