Forget wearable tech. The PUMA BeatBot is the first raceable tech. The programmable, self-driving, line-following robot is the ultimate running partner. Once you enter the distance you want to race and the time you'd like to beat, whether it's your competitor's best time, your best time, or the fastest man alive's best time, the BeatBot will push you harder by giving you a goal you can actually see. Welcome to the future of faster.
South Park has been terrorizing the airwaves with its unique brand of scathing social and political commentary to 20 years. In the 19th season, creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are trying something new — employing a serialized story arc for the entire run. Wisecrack gives a detailed breakdown of the philosophical underpinnings of the show.
With over 600,000 wifi networks, Toronto would be Canada's richest place for strange wifi network names. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation went to the streets to find some of the best names and the stories behind them.
Sky Magic brought its live aerial drone light and sound show to the plains of Japan's revered Mount Fuji. More than 20 drones, their formations, and lighting and audio effects are controlled simultaneously, accompanied by musicians playing the traditional Japanese guitar, the shamisen.
Daniil Ivanov makes a living racing on frozen surfaces at 80 miles per hour. To challenge himself and his bike, the two-time Ice Speedway World Champion decided to trade in the track for a more natural setting. This lead hm to Siberia to carve the savage terrain of the world's deepest lake.
The Sudo family has been producing sake since at least 1141, brewing Japan's signature beverage for over 870 years. The wells that they draw the water for their brew was feared to be contaminated by the 2011 earthquake and nearby nuclear power plant disaster, but after testing showed it was clean, the Sudos were back in business.