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.
Baltimore's FOX affiliate tossed its morning show to Traffic Jam Jimmy, only to catch him at a McDonalds drive thru.
Where he proceeded to attempt to order a fish sandwich before settling for an Egg McMuffin.
Live on the air.
One couple takes us inside their bathroom remodel project, with a demonstration of what can go, well, funny, when a few wires get crossed.
As you can tell, the lady in the background is rather amused by the whole thing.
Though the language barrier is slowing me down, I believe this Japanese cell phone company is using gadgetry to produce dumplings in less than three seconds. Perhaps as a symbol of the strength of their 4G data network.
It's weird, but it's entertaining.
It's rare to find temperatures in the triple digits anywhere in the United States in January, but Arizona dealt with a heat wave that reached four digits recently. At least on one local weather report.
Watch as the weather man for FOX 10 Phoenix maintains a sense of humor during what's clearly a computer glitch.