New Jersey — prepare to say goodbye to the gold-medal position. Abu Dhabi claims it has taken over as the home of the world’s fastest roller coaster.
Caffeine enthusiasts — you’ve been warned. One coffee machine is taking aim at countertops and cabinets across the country.
“Yeah, there’s hope for print. I mean, you’ve got to have something in the bathroom, right?”
Despite the partial success of the new siphon British Petroleum is using to help stop an undersea oil gusher in the Gulf of Mexico, the company admits the actual cost of the environmental catastrophe remains quite high.
The savvy marketing industry has once again found a way to take hip hop and make it non-threatening enough to sell minivans.
After nearly a month of hand-wringing, finger-pointing, and head-scratching over the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, British Petroleum is finally reporting something worth some back-slapping.
“They’ve poured some water on the fire, but the fire has not gone out,”
— NIALL FERGUSON, an economic historian at Harvard, on the €750 billion European debt bailout plan announced last week. The New York Times reported …
Dear, Gizmodo. Hello. May we have our next-generation gem back please?
News that Google will be shutting down their Web store is somewhat shocking, but not entirely surprising. The company apparently realized that consumers want to see an item in person before making a decision to purchase one. (via Techland)
French fries are in a frenzy. For the first time since disco, America’s top ketchup company is changing its main recipe.
Move over basic food choices. Homemade pizza, live lobsters and raw eggs are now all available on the go.