Found a hundred meters below the ground, the Pyongyang Metro is one of the world's deepest commuter systems.
A self-driving truck developed by Otto, a startup of Uber, recently made its first commercial delivery last week without a real human driver behind the wheel.
A usual zombie story would mean running for your lives against these walking dead creatures or else you'd get bitten and infected and ended up being a zombie as well. Considering the probabilities, the extent of infection, and the time needed to turn a whole city into a legion of zombies, a model says Chicago will only need less than 60 days.
Germany is all geared to launch the world's maiden zero-emission passenger train that will be powered by hydrogen.
Is this real life or a plot for a new adventure movie? Mount Rushmore is easily recognizable throughout the world, but until recently, few people knew about the massive room hidden deep inside the iconic stone image of the four famous American presidents.
The massive collection of perfectly round balls along the Gulf of Ob makes it seem giants are getting geared up for an epic snowball fight.
The latest in all these rogue drone situations would be security breaches in Dubai International Airport. Being one of the busiest airports in the world, Dubai International Airport can lose millions for "harmless" drones flying into their airspace.
Ever heard of a man-made earthquake? Studies show that one of the recent and dangerous earthquakes in the state of California may not have been caused by the dreaded San Andreas Fault.
Calling all nerds! Social media was at a frenzy when one restaurant goer named Joshua_Glock posted on Reddit a Mathematical equation whose answer will be the Wi-Fi password for a restaurant in Texas. Yaya, a popular Thai restaurant in the area seems to have found the best way for people to ENJOY the food instead of taking pictures of them.
The two-year search was only able to link three pieces of debris from the missing MH370 jet. Analyses of the debris, particularly on the newfound wing flap, have resulted in a shocking discovery: not only is the plane in poorest condition for landing when it hit the water, it was also calculated to have descended at a rapid speed.
Just in time for Halloween, local authorities in England have asked the public's help in searching for signs of ancient witches. But they are not looking for actual witches. Instead, they are looking for markings called apotropaic marks (or commonly known as witches' marks).
In the forties, the partial bones of a castaway were found on a deserted island of Nikumaroro in Kiribati. With the island along Earhart's route, this discovery has given rise to speculations about the true story behind her death. Could Amelia Earhart have survived the crash but died on the island?
Famous explorer Sir John Franklin led 129 men in an expedition that took them from their homeland in Great Britain to the Canadian Arctic. Two ships sailed, zero returned, and only a tragic tale of cannibalism drifted back to shore.
Just like on land, oceans also have "hills, cliffs, and plains" in the form of abyss, trenches, and the like. But would you believe that oceans also have rivers and lakes within them? Yes, they do, and with numerous explorations, they have also discovered other places that you may not have thought of.