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The bizarre botany that makes corn a fruit, a grain, and also (kind of) a vegetable
Really this says more about how strange the category "vegetable" is than about corn itself.
A new poll reveals split opinions on how—and when—police body cam footage is released
The public wants the data to be shared immediately. Police chiefs argue otherwise.
Watch a black bear take on a striped skunk in a surprising faceoff
Bears usually avoid skunks, but in this throwback clip, both mammals stand their ground for an epic showdown.
Sony’s compact FX3 cinema camera has a built-in cooling system
It has the guts of the A7 III, but the body is built specifically for cinema shooting situations.
Why snow doesn’t melt when you set it on fire
It’s the same science behind snow cones. Weird right?
Learn to use picture-in-picture on all your devices
Level up those multitasking skills.
Listen to the soothing sounds of a snacking stingray
The ‘shell-crushing’ footage gives marine biologists a new way to study underwater behavior.
How to save important photos and video from the web
The internet is always changing, but there are reasons to archive posts.
Instant hot cocoa is a starchy disaster. Here’s how to make your own.
Swiss Miss is just a miss.
The best action cameras to document your ill-advised adventures
Risk your body—but not your smartphone—to capture that stunt.