Proving that necessity is the mother of invention and that 2020 is the end of days, odd food combinations are taking root on Instagram. We hope you skipped lunch.
27% of American jobs lost in April were in hospitality. As a country with a proud coffee culture, the future could be very different indeed.
According to one study, horror-themed video games offer us salvation in uncertain times, giving the player agency while experiencing the horrors of the apocalypse.
The temperature of a Siberian town has science reaching for superlatives, with the United Nations considering a brand new category in order to measure it.
In an effort to halt the spread of misinformation (and perhaps hate-sharing), Twitter will ask you politely to read an article before you decide to share it.
In an effort to guard protesters against identification, instant messaging app Signal has introduced a feature that allows users to blur their face.
According to research, the reason why we love villains is very simple: we can dig their motives, but from a safe distance.
According to a major survey, Americans are saying they are excellent at social distancing – but are quick to judge how their neighbors are doing.
For an age, our parents have told us that screen time damages the social aptitude of children. Turns out, not so much.
According to the minds of science, essential oils only grant the user great effect if they’re literally unable to process falsehoods.