A team of scientists and researchers have discovered a previously-unknown species of dead-leaf toad in the mountains of the Peruvian Andes.
There’s nothing quite as fun as mocking old-school music videos. And Noel Gallagher does it best.
One of the worlds rarest and most coveted diamonds has been found at the Cullinan mine in Pretoria – and sent straight to London.
It’s hard to accept that it’s been three whole decades since Apple changed the tech marketing game with their iconic ’1984′ ad that aired during the Super Bowl.
Specifically, the weird rock appeared near the Mars Rover ‘Opportunity’, which has been exploring the red planet since 2004.
Chateau Marmont is one of Los Angeles’ most historic and mythical hotels. Far more than a B’n'B, this place houses some of Hollywood’s best kept secrets.
Snowden became one of the world’s most wanted men when he leaked information about the extent of the surveillance power of the NSA.
That soul-destroying sensation of patting your phone-pocket and finding nothing can only be matched in awfulness by the sight of your phone plummeting towards a concrete floor at high speed.
Now more than ever, the still image is one of the most dominant forms of media in the world. More importantly, more people in the world have access to some sort of camera than ever before in history.
In the past, the Dutch were always credited for being the first Europeans to land on Australian shores, when they arrived at the land down under in 1606.
There’s delivering packages on time and there’s just ridiculous. Amazon just got ridiculous.
Bill Murray fans collectively wet themselves this weekend when the man himself appeared on an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit.
As the full moon drifted across the night sky in Cape Town this weekend, it drew amateur hikers from all over the city to take on Lion’s Head – the tamest of all the City Bowl hikes.
‘Free Inside’ is a documentary filmed from within the confines of Pollsmoor prison.
A new world record has been set for the longest echo in a man-made structure. The sound in question was recorded in an underground fuel depot constructed in Scotland before World War Two.
Getting a parking space in central London has become such an impossible task that the Westminster council has decided to begin rolling out smart parking sensors.
We all know the drill when it comes to Axe adverts. One geeky guy, one can of Axe deodorant, and about a hundred scantily clad women with a hunger for geeky men.
The Beatles’ two remaining members, Paul and Ringo, are due to perform at the Grammy awards next week. The scouse pair will also be accepting a lifetime achievement award on behalf of the band during the ceremony, while McCartney has also been nominated for best rock song and best music film.
Originally created as an analogy for the threat of global nuclear war, the Doomsday Clock still hangs on a board in the University of Chicago – and still ticks over with doomsday predictions.
The game of Monopoly has been around for longer than most of us have lived (apologies if your are, in fact, 80).
Tired of cycling that same old route? Check this out. The Carretera Austral is known as one of the most spectacular and challenging cycle tours in the world.
The “Pipeline” on Hawaii’s north shore is one of the most storied surfing spots in the world. Known for its (perilously dangerous) waves, this little spot attracts surfers the world over to test their mettle. A new video from aerial photographer Eric Sterman shows the area in all its glory. He did it by attaching a GoPro camera to a DJI quadcopter – and this is what he caught on tape.