Super-slow motion video is frequently entertaining, but it can also be educational.
Cooks are told never to put out an oil fire with water. See what happens if you make that mistake by watching this video.
When I say Russian daredevils get high, I really just meant they get high in the air.
As in more than 2,100 feet in the air, climbing a tower that's under construction in Shenzhen, China, the planned home of a new financial center.
The view from up top is dramatic to say the least.
Talent shows have been on TV for a long time, and it's difficult for someone to impress us with a card trick.
But a man on one of the audition episodes of Britain's Got Talent blows away the judges and the audience with one spectacular trick.
Less than a week after it was posted, a couple's video showing the reactions of their friends and family to their newborn twins is drawing interest from around the world.
The couple told friends and family they were having a child, and people visiting the newborn expecting to finally learn the child's gender are stunned to learn there are actually twins.
The reactions are priceless (if you like that sort of thing).
As an experiment, a video team took a piece of art and shared it with patrons of an art museum in Arnhem, Netherlands. They were asked if they had seen the work before, and to appraise its value.
One man went as high as 2.5 million euros.
The trick? It was a mass-produced piece of art that can be purchased at IKEA stores.
Have you ever wished Netflix existed 20 years ago?
It would've been awesome. But not very awesome, given the graphics of the era's electronic equipment. And, well, the fact that the Internet was much, much slower.
Check out how one guy hacked together a Nintendo Cartridge that would allow him to stream Netflix using a standard NES.