23-year-old Magnus Carlsen may be young, but he's already the best chess player in the world. Even so, you would think Bill Gates, the richest man in the world and one of the smartest, would last longer than one minute and 19 seconds in a match!
Reason number 23,056 to always have a dash cam running in your car: You never know what crazy, unexplainable phenomenon you'll capture on video. Authorities are investigating this strange flash of light that lit up over Russia, but no one has figured it out yet. You just have to see it.
Google's creepy plan to kill the password. Also, Kim Komando gives you the inside scoop on three ways to save on your Internet bill right now. Plus: the worst passwords of 2015, Amazon reveals new details about drone deliveries, smartphone pinkies, and the best callers from coast-to-coast!
For the first time since 2008, Victoria’s Secret is getting in the game with a commercial during Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, February 1. The 30-second spot is part of the brand’s Valentine’s Day campaign and will air after the fourth quarter 2-minute warning during the Super Bowl telecast. The new commercial is under wraps for now, but you can enjoy this little warm-up while you wait for the big reveal.
CDs typically spin between 200 and 500 revolutions per minute when you're listening to them. But what happens when they spin at 23,000 rpms? Something incredible. But you can only see it in super slow motion. Watch what happens when you spin a CD super fast and film it in slow-mo.
The Apple Watch 2 release date has reportedly been pushed back. Also, Kim Komando shows you three secrets about email marketing and sending out your own newsletters. Plus: 20 online dating profile fails to avoid, why winter storms are the best for online dating, Brand New or Not True, and even more great calls.
Like-farming on Facebook scams: look before you like. Also, Kim Komando tells you how to see all the companies tracking you on Facebook and block them. Plus: deathproof cars, the power grid's greatest enemy, the US military aims to create cyborgs, and even more great calls.
The United Kingdom's HMS Victory set sail in 1737. At the time, it was the most advanced warship in the world. It carried 100 of the most powerful guns ever made. It was a formidable vessel. And it sank in 1744. Its disappearance was a huge loss to the Royal Navy. It was also a total mystery. People long believed it had run aground on a small island. It wouldn't be found for more than 260 years. It turned out centuries of assumptions were completely wrong. In 2008, a shipwreck exploration company found the HMS Victory. And it was found where no one had thought to look.
Here's a little 23-month-old girl singing a song we all know: "Old MacDonald Had a Farm." And it just gets cuter and cuter every second until the big finale. This video was the cutest thing I've seen all day. You've got to watch it and don't miss the ending!
It's amazing how many hit songs over the years have relied on "la," "na" or combinations thereof. Starting with 1964's "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" and ending with 2008's "So What," this trio performs a fun timeline of silly lyrics.
The famous Maine lobster trade has taken a hit thanks to price undercutting and outsourcing. So 23-year-old Kyle Murdoch took matters into his own hands and started a local processing plant to save jobs.
We've seen years-long time-lapse videos of humans before, but this is the first dog aging time-lapse I've seen. Meet Sophia, the Rhodesian Ridgeback. It's pretty amazing to see how she grows, but the craziest thing is how she stood still for all these photos! Watch this cool video to see the spectacle.
The Shiba Inu puppy cam is back! The live broadcast first became an Internet sensation in October 2008. Now, mama Kika has had her third litter of puppies. Viewers can watch the antics of the six adorable puppies and their beautiful mother. It's guaranteed to make you smile!
On Oct. 23, 2001, Steve Jobs introduced the original iPod, using the slogan "1,000 songs in your pocket." Take a trip back in time and watch as Steve Jobs unveiled the device that would change the way we listen to music forever.
The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands decided to reinvent the bus. Its creation is called the Superbus. It can carry 23 people and has a top speed of 155 mph. Did I mention it looks like something out of a Batman comic? You'll definitely want to ride in one of these!