There's an epidemic sweeping this nation: grown-ass men, unable to take even the most basic care of themselves. For just the cost of a cup of coffee every day, you can help these adult dudes act like adults. Won't you please call today?
Blitzen Trapper's 2011 album American Goldwing gets its namesake from Honda's huge, heavy, highway-devouring touring motorcycle. And it's fitting, because there ain't many albums that live up to the term "road music" the way this one does.
There's two problems with beer pong. First: drinking beer blessed by a ball that's been rolling around on an undergrad apartment floor. Second: the lack of Kickstarter daydream machines to solve problem number one. Behold the solution to exactly one of those problems: the Clean Cup.
I just picked up a cheapo infrared thermometer, a laser-aimed sensor that tells you the surface temperature of whatever you point it at. I didn't really need one. But now I can't put it down. I've been playing with it for days. And I'm sure there's a gadget you find equally, aimlessly amusing.
The Pirate Bay, the infamous peer-to-peer file sharing website, has provided only the finest in illegal torrents for more than a decade, but it's never been known for handsome mobile design. The torrent team has finally come up with a "mobile-friendly" version of its notorious website, in case you've ever wanted to torrent on the go.
Welcome to Reading List, Gizmodo's Saturday afternoon roundup of the best writing from around the web. This week, we've got pieces from The Awl, The New York Times, Medium, Wired, and more.
Silicon Valley's attention to detail means even the fictional math is hyper-realistic. IEEE Spectrum profiles Vinith Misra, the brain behind Pied Piper's compression algorithm—and the guy who wrote the mathematical proof of that epic dick joke from the season finale
Happy Saturday friends! It's been a great week here on the Good Ship Gizmodo. We tried out Tinder coaches, got an exclusive test of the world's first motorcycle helmet with a heads-up display, and looked back at an American expo staged in Cold War Russia. And more!
We just had our first thundering look at Batman v. Superman, and it really did give the feeling of a confrontation between demigods. Plus we saw our first look at Wonder Woman's costume! And we saw the Trinity, Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, on stage together.
Lego gives you unrestricted artistic and architectural expression. That is what's so great about those tiny blocks of awesome, but not everyone has the time or patience to create a brick-filled masterpiece. One website hopes to change that.
No, these subway ads aren't from an alternate reality at all. They're from history. And yes, that does appear to be a child laying in a pool of his own blood, while a man walks over to make sure he's really dead.
Does your kitchen look like a bomb went off even before you've started cooking? Do you spend more time looking for ingredients than actually using them? Here are five simple steps you can take towards the functional cooking space you've always wanted.
Not everything is bigger in Texas. The gargantuan LED display housed in the Dallas Cowboys' stadium
Brenden Borrellini has been deaf and blind his entire life. He's also been an unstoppable explorer and student. He picked up a camera at an arts center one day on a lark, but the joke soon turned into a serious pursuit with beautiful results. Australia's Open Tropical North brings us this mini documentary on Brendan's art.
Applying for a U.S. government job? You'll have to answer questions on drug use, criminal activity, and your loyalty to the U.S.A. And thanks to a government study, you might answer to an on-screen avatar, rather than a paper questionnaire.
Early detection is the best tool to fight cancer, but biopsies can be painful and inconclusive. New research shows a simple blood test can detect cancers by blasting white blood cells with UV and seeing how they respond. Painless, universal cancer detection could be a drop of blood away.
Holy crap, it's real! As this new video shows, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Pizza Thrower—a full scale 12-foot-long version of the classic toy—actually works, throwing pizzas fast and far enough to actually hurt people with dough, cheese, and pepperoni projectiles. They should really call it the Pizza Tank.
I love it when animals can solve puzzles
It's incredibly sad that we can basically paint the map of our world just by using the locations of all terrorism acts since 1970. The brightest parts of the map show the areas of the world that have to deal with so much tragedy. The darkest parts are 'safe' because so few people live there.
When a radio station in Norwich, England, is taken over by a shotgun-wielding, past-his-prime DJ who's disgruntled after being let go, only one man can reason with him: Alan Partridge. Steve Coogan is back as everyone's favorite self-involved, bumbling British broadcaster in this very funny feature-length film. A-ha!