A driver in downtown Tulsa must have gotten the D and R mixed up on their shift-lever, inadvertently crashing their car through the 7th floor exterior wall of a high-rise parking building. Brilliant.
Porsche Design has released a full line of luggage and travel accessories made to fit in the trunks of its cars. Several hard-shell pieces can be ordered to match standard Porsche exterior paint colors.
Milwaukee Bucks mascot Bango does a jaw-dropping backflip dunk from the top of a ladder. The only thing that Bango has a hard time with is getting to the top of the ladder to start with.
The Quadski personal amphibious vehicle can go up to 50 mph on land, then drive right into the water and continue on its way, thanks to retractable wheels and a buoyant body design.
Some very good examples here in this collection of long exposure photography, a technique which requires a slow shutter speed (be it 8 seconds or 8 hours) to capture light and movement.
The headline says it all. Combine three of our favorite food groups and stick ’em into one of our favorite edible form-factors, and you have a tiny bit of confectionery heaven on a stick.
This Mini LED Projector has a rechargeable battery, wireless keyboard with remote, built-in speaker, USB port and SD card slot, 3-in-1 RCA cable and b/g Wi-Fi, and all of it fits in your laptop bag.
Can you believe that it’s been 30 years since the Post-it note first appeared on cubicle walls? Do you even care? Jimmy Kimmel pays tribute to the little yellow stickies that slightly changed our lives.
The latest clip from the upcoming destructo-racer Split/Second gives us a brief glimpse inside the explosive Power Plant level and its towering structures – great for knocking over onto traffic.
Lost or stranded in a crevasse alone in inclement weather? First thing we’d do is write about it in an all weather journal made from patented 100% recyclable paper. Actually, we’d shout for help first.
The catchfence did its job at Talledega, but not before Jamie McMurray lost control and started a chain reaction that turned Dennis Setzer’s Charger-stickered car into a roman candle.