This is One Good Thing, a weekly column where we tell you about the only nice thing that happened on the internet this week. First up: A very cute meme.It was a tough week.Between the reports of horrific conditions at the U.S.
A Game of Thrones and Song of Ice and Fire exhibition is coming to Berlin, bringing to life the work of more than 40 concept artists exploring The World of Ice and Fire, George R.R. Martin's history of Westeros.
Happy Friday! With the weekend now here (#weekendgoals), we rounded up the best deals from across the internet on kitchenware, headphones, and other electronics like tablets and routers. We also gathered deals on new Amazon devices, Udemy online classes, and deep discounts only found at Target.
Now that Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max are available for purchase, they've already been dropped, drowned, and of course — torn down. The teardown experts at iFixit have disassembled the iPhone XS and its bigger sibling, the iPhone XS Max, in one go.
Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max are finally getting into the hands of the consumers, and what's the first thing they do? They drop the phones onto concrete, of course.Well, maybe not all consumers. YouTube channel TechSmartt performed the first drop test of Apple's new iPhones on Thursday,
President Trump has finally done the unthinkable — and yet somehow expected. Friday morning he took to Twitter to attack Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.Dr.
It would be best for humanity if the colossal ice sheets that blanket Antarctica stayed put. But, there's growing evidence that as the planet heats up, these sprawling glaciers could begin flowing into the ocean at an accelerated pace, boosting sea levels not in feet — but yards.
Google knows when we need a smile and a hug from an old friend that feels warm and comfortable like an old cardigan, so they rolled out a wonderful Doodle on Friday honoring the famous Fred Rogers of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, is being bombarded with online reviews after refusing to serve Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Donald Trump's press secretary, and her family.On Friday night, Jaike Foley-Schultz, who claims to be a waiter at The Red Hen,
Marvel fans: Get excited.People got to check out Ant-Man and the Wasp for the first time on Friday night, and while reviews will have to wait until next week, the inevitable tweeting has begun. And if the initial reaction from critics is any indication,
Apple is finally taking some responsibility for the troubles assailing some MacBook and MacBook Pro owners with broken keyboards.The company's new "keyboard service program" pledges to replace individual keys and — whenever it's necessary — entire keyboards on certain, more recent MacBook models.
Spotify salvation is coming for Windows Phone 8 users in the form of an app update "this spring," bringing overdue Radio, Browse and Discover features to WinPho. The current Spotify app for the platform is terrible, so this can't happen soon enough.Read more...
Your Facebook friends list, as Mashable revealed last week, is not as private as it claims to be. Setting your list privacy to "Only Me" doesn't actually mean that nobody can see who you're connected to,
schwit1 writes "The competition heats up: For the first time in six months SpaceShipTwo completed a test flight [Tuesday]." The article linked is from NBC, which also has a deal with Virgin Galactic to televise the first commercial flight.
LOS ANGELES — Time to start thinking about those Academy Awards again.Yeah, it feels too early, like Christmas decorations at the drug store, but with film festivals Telluride, Venice and Toronto long over,
Despite recent developments, the wearables space is still in its early stages in terms of mainstream adoption.
Twitter’s former head of investor relations Nils Erdmann has a new job. Instead of doing the logical thing, and going to the beach, Erdmann is now a partner at Battery East Group, a boutique shop that helps facilitate the sale of shares of private companies to external parties.
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles City Council has voted to raise the minimum wage in the city to $15 an hour by 2020, making it the largest city in the nation to do so.