Stephon Alexander: the greatest jazz physicist of our time

Where would we be without jazz music and the cosmos? Stephon Alexander could probably answer that for you.

15 sleep myths, debunked by sleep experts

Do you really only need 5 hours of sleep? Is "resting your eyes" as good as actual sleep? Two sleep experts debunk 15 common sleep myths.

The difference between cryonics and cryogenics

It's a phenomenon associated with prolonging life. But cryonics and cryogenics are two different things.

The Verge releases its Tech Survey for 2020

The tech-news publication asks Americans about their trust in big tech companies like Apple and Facebook and much more.

Anna Lytical codes a website with nothing but copy and paste

The sickeningly entertaining coding drag queen uses copy and paste to create a website in HTML, CSS, and JS.

Electric skateboard company Boosted announce layoffs and now looking for a...

The skateboard makers announced 'significant' layoffs as they aim to stay afloat.

How to save Mum’s WhatsApp photos using Python and Twilio

With Python, Twilio, Flash, and Dropbox, you can create a chatbot to save your mum/mom's phone storage and back her photos in a safe place.

Recreate a nuclear fission chain reaction with this cool script

With a few hundred lines of code, Chris Williams of The Register gives an illustrated view of nuclear fission.

Meet the Odyssey X86J4105: A single-board computer with Windows 10 and...

The Odyssey X86J4105 also comes with Arduino compatibility and 8GB of RAM.

Play Your Cards Byte With The 8Bit Deck

Michael B. Myers Jr.'s 8Bit Deck is fun for all the family.

The Y2K Problem, Described by LGR

The "Millennium Bug" had plenty of names. But was the Y2K problem more about making money than fixing computers?

The Apple Archive Is An Advert Treasure Trove

If you love marketing, you'll love The Apple Archive, home to decades of Apple's ads and branding.