Last Thursday, following a rainstorm in Huangshan, China, a mirage of buildings and mountains appeared over the Xin'an River. Check out the video to see this unbelievable "floating city".
If you haven't ever seen the show Top Gear, you might want to check out this hilarious British series about cars. One particular "road" test we enjoyed involved a ten-ton military vehicle worth roughly half a million dollars and lions.
Oh, how we love our phones. So, why not accessorize them to show just how much we care? Apparently, a lot of us do. In the last 9 months, $497 million was spent in the US alone to add anything from diamonds to the latest app. Check out the infographic below for more fun phone accessory facts.
If you're doing math the old fashioned way (ahem, with a calculator) — might we suggest an alternative? Visual multiplication. Not only does it make arithmetic look fun, but it works! Check out the video to see how dolphins factor into the calculations.
Italian Astronaut Paolo Nespoli traveled to the International Space Station last December and spent 159 days working as an Expedition 26/27 flight engineer. While there, he took some incredible photographs. Check 'em out below.
After just over 2 years and 10,000,000 plus users, foursquare is still going strong. Check out this infographic to see the timeline from March 2009 up until now and which real Mayor has received a mayorship on foursquare.
For all of you roller coaster fans out there, we have your daily fix: the steepest roller coaster in the world. Debuting in mid-July in Japan's Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park, the Takabisha rollercoaster features a 130 foot drop at 121 degrees. Check out the video to see the work that's going into constructing this monster thrill ride.
Apparently 66% of Twitter users don't list a city for their location. Instead, they use all kinds of nicknames, some affectionate, others…not so much. Check out this infographic to see if your town (and it's most popular nickname on Twitter) is on the map.
Why sit around and play Angry Birds on your phone when you can play it in real life?
Today, only one in ten individuals is a heavy mobile shopper — but that statistic is likely to change soon. This infographic predicts world e-commerce sales (from your very own smart phone) to be $119 billion by 2015. Here Microsoft lays out stats reflecting our current mobile shopping habits and predicting them for the future. Shopaholics, rejoice!