A British mountaineer gave a live video interview with the BBC from Mount Everest – possibly the first-ever smartphone call – but the Nepalese government has called the broadcast “illegal.”
Staff hope a breeding program could help safeguard the majestic creature for future generations.
Apparently there is such a thing as too much bacon.
Science student Eesha Khare of Saratoga, Calif. won Intel’s Young Scientist Award by building a supercharger that slides into your mobile phone’s battery, recharging it in seconds.
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But this isn’t the first time Airbnb has gotten into legal hot water.
The most fascinating news from around the Web on May 21, 2013
In the aftermath of Monday’s deadly tornado that ripped through Oklahoma, this week’s new issue of TIME, hitting newsstands and tablets Friday, May 24, is dedicated to covering the devastation.
As a massive twister tore through the Oklahoma City area Monday, many residents took to social media to share their stories. Some of the most striking reports came in the form of short videos, via the mobile app Vine.
Devotees of the chocolate-hazelnut spread will have to find another way to celebrate everything Nutella, as the manufacturer puts an end to the unofficial holiday.
After Moore, TIME takes a look back at 10 other deadly tornadoes that have wreaked havoc throughout U.S. history.