A 29-year-old mother was fatally shot Tuesday in an Idaho Walmart when her 2-year-old son in the shopping cart grabbed a gun that was in her purse and shot her in an apparent accident, authorities said. Detectives were investigating the scene and Walmart officials immediately shuttered the store in Hayden, said the Kootenai County Sheriff’s […]
Perhaps there are still some people asking, “Craig Ferguson who?” Too bad. They’ve been missing something special. The “Late Late Show” host shuffles off the stage Friday having hosted an eccentric decade of shows, a program that was often under the radar but always quietly, distinctively … Craig Ferguson. Put aside the deliberately absurd characters […]
The design studio Nervous System has created a novel process that allows a 3-D printed dress to move and sway like real fabric. The bespoke software behind it, called Kinematics, combines origami techniques with novel approaches to 3-D printing, pushing the technology’s limits. Instead of pinning fabric to a dress form, a Kinematics garment starts […]
You can make your caffeine addiction a lot less expensive with a piece of tape and a pair of scissors. A Keurig coffee machine owner found a simple hack to get around Keurig Green Mountain’s (GMCR) notorious K-cup restrictions. The coffee maker company only allows its new Keurig 2.0 machines to brew coffee from coffee […]
TV actor Dimitri Diatchenko is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend’s pet rabbit — and then eating half of it. He then allegedly threatened to do the same to her, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said in a statement Wednesday. Diatchenko, who appeared in episodes of “Sons of Anarchy,” reportedly made quite a show […]
Pizza Hut is still no. 1, but competition is heating up. Here’s how it’s responding.
Innovation was alive and well in 2014, as dozens of new gadgets gave us something to smile and think about.
Ralph Baer, the inventor of the first home video game console, has died. He was 92. His family confirmed the death, at his home in Manchester, New Hampshire, to the New York Times. Baer was an engineer with a defense contractor in 1966 when he began toying with the concept of playing games on a […]