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Everything You Know about Sitting Ergonomically Is Wrong
Sitting is a surprisingly dangerous activity. So how should you really be doing it? According to one expert's research, more like this.
This Week in Tech and Science: May 6, 2015
Facebook opens Internet.org, Mayweather vs. Pacquiao gets hacked, Elon Musk powers your home and more.
A Greenhorn’s Guide to Formula 1
Our beginner's guide to Formula 1 racing, will give you all the elemental knowledge to start watching the sport.
Today in Gear, Mother’s Day Edition: May 6, 2014
Mother's Day is this Sunday. For those of you who haven't bought a gift yet, here's what we recommend: a Westerlind Felt Hat, a top-of-the-line running shoe by Puma, the Swrve Stationary Tote and more.
Two Ways to Build a Campfire Like a Pro
In the wild, a simple fire can save your life. Demyan Hryciw, an instructor at REI's Outdoor School, teaches us step by step how to start two simple campfires.
The 25 Best Cars Under $50,000
There are 265 car models available in the US market; thus, there are choices. We help narrow them down.
5 Best Coffee Shops in Sydney
In Sydney, new coffee shops seem to materialize each week — with no sign of relenting. Here are five shops we'd consider making the 22-hour flight for.
Diving with Omega’s Alpha, the Seamaster Ploprof 1200M
The Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M is a big, heavy, oddly shaped throwback to a time gone by. In other words, it's the ultimate dive watch.
The End of Ayers Rock?
Ayers Rock, a huge, flat sandstone summit in the middle of the Australian desert, draws huge crowds. But part of that tourism involves climbing over ground that the Anangu tribe, the owners of the land, consider sacred.