Sportswear giants Under Armour will release a new version of Steph Curry's sneakers during NBA All-Star weekend.
There are a number of ways a person can tell if the balance in their gut is off, and some of them you probably aren't on the lookout for.
It sucks having to return that pair of shoes you couldn't wait to have delivered.
Until now, scuba divers have been restricted by tank size and pressure when diving underwater. A new submersible tent, however, allows divers to rest, eat, and decompress below the surface. Designed a...
Super Bowl Sunday is here and Puppy Bowl is planned to air as well as it has for the past 14 years, bringing adorable animals on the screen for fans to cheer for.
British movie channel Sky Cinema Comedy is celebrating Groundhog Day by showing the movie of the same name over and over and over again.
Artificial intelligence is being used in the art industry more and more, but it is actually helping artists rather than taking jobs away from them.
Recent extensive research has discovered that people who are naturally prone to waking up early are less likely to develop mental health issues.
Puma is aiming to compete with Nike in the smart shoe arena, with the swoosh-bearing brand having released a self-lacing pair of sneakers earlier this month.
Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg has explained why he's aiming for a merger between the Facebook Messenger app, WhatsApp and Instagram
Your car steering wheel could be one of the most disgusting things that come into contact with your hands, quite regularly at that.
Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving LOVES Friends, he literally loves the show.
Apple could have probably saved themselves a headache had they been more attentive to the mother of the 14-year-old teenager who was trying to make them aware of a major FaceTime flaw.
Recently, a woman from Arizona received lifesaving services from a good samaritan (with no CPR training) and it's all due to a scene from "The Office."
The internet is trying its very best to ensure that nothing stays hidden. If it's happening somewhere, you're probably going to find out as long as you have access or you know at least one person who ...