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The vibrant look of New Andean architecture, Kehinde Wiley's St. Louis and an all-mirror house in the mountains.
This doofus tries to obscure his face with a head pan used by construction workers.
When it comes to the effects of temperature on performance, perception is reality.
Luna Display is the only hardware solution that turns any iPad into a wireless display for your Mac. Luna sets up in seconds and instantly connects over WiFi — so you can be productive at the office or on the go.
This 15-minute-long award-winning short cuts between an alien space epic and a brother and sister's family drama.
Steven Soderbergh's "High Flying Bird" is the latest movie to be filmed entirely on a smartphone. While the technique has yet to catch on en masse, its proponents talk about its democratizing and artistically liberating effects — and it could very well be the future of filmmaking.
Most music is made to distract you but it also has the capacity to help you focus.
How a 1999 Keanu Reeves movie anticipated (almost) everything about the world of today.
This four-year-old husky-pit bull mix fell into a hole in the snow at the base of Stewart Falls, in Provo Canyon. It took?seven nerve-wracking hours for Utah County Search and Rescue to rappel into the 40-foot deep cavern and fish him out.
Roni cups are dominating New York's pizza scene and it's not just because of Instagram
Astronomers turned a fantastic concept into reality.
Heavy winds can make landing very tricky for even the most adept pilots.
Walter Hill's 1979 crime drama pits warring gangs against each in other in a battle that takes place across the whole of the city and remains a compelling snapshot