Can a couple find love on Snapchat?
Maybe, if they have the entire campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison rooting for it to happen.
It also depends on what you mean by "love."
Such is the case of “Mystery Girl” and “Vikings Fan,” two college...
A Los Angeles-based artist claims she was punched in the face over the weekend because her drawing of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump shows him with a small penis.
Illma Gore, whose pastel "Make American Great Again" has been widely shared on social media, said a man attacked her Saturday...
Sex dolls have definitely come a long way, baby.
Once they were flat-faced blow-up dolls better suited as flotation devices in wading pools.
Now high end versions can sell for nearly $10,000 and look incredibly lifelike, as a new exhibit at a Tokyo art gallery demonstrates.
A Los Angeles woman who once aspired to be a real-life "giraffe woman" is tired of sticking her neck out.
For five years, Sydney V. Smith had tried to extend the length of her neck by encasing it in 15 copper rings.
"I got it up...
If anyone wants to know when the future arrived, tell them April 28, 2016.
That's when British inventor Colin Furze unveiled a gas-powered hoverbike that manages to do at least do the most basic requirement of something with that name: It actually gets off the...
The first rule of gift giving is, "It's the thought that counts."
That rule always seems to be tossed out around Mother's Day.
Instead of picking gifts that are truly indicative of a mom's quirky personality, people chicken out and go for the boring old flowers, jewelry or crowded dinners...
A rescue worker believes that two kittens found covered in blue and green ink may have colored as part of a blood sport where dogs attack small animals for...
Most people only need two seconds to figure out if a doll is creepy.
The employees of one New York City website apparently need two weeks.
From now until May 10, people who log on to The Lineup, a site devoted to all things creepy, is...
Apparently, no one saw the signs.
A mayor in upstate New York is facing criminal charges for allegedly stealing 111 road signs from the state's Department of Transportation, according to WKTV.com.
New York State Police arrested Frank Moracco Monday on charges of misconduct and...
La semaine dernière, Searcy Hayes était une inconnue de 21 ans de Natchez au Mississippi.
Lundi 18 avril, elle est devenue la nouvelle sensation du web après que les téléspectateurs de l’émission Maury Povich Show eurent pointé le fait qu’elle ressemblait beaucoup au candidat présidentiel républicain Ted Cruz.
Last Sunday, Searcy Hayes was an unknown 21-year-old from Natchez, Mississippi.
By Monday night, she was a viral sensation after viewers of the Maury Povich show decided she was the female doppelganger of Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz.
Hayes went on the show after...
People use smartphones to order a dinner, catch a cab and find a hot date.
Soon, our devices may also be able to tell a man he has terrible body odor.
Nivea, the Germany-based body products company, has just announced a new product called "NOSE," a mobile phone cover that works as an electronic nose when paired with a downloadable app.
A man curious about his level of body odor activates the app and puts the smartphone near his armpit. The electronic nose then picks up the smell and evaluates it based on an algorithm created after analyzing the scents of 4,000 other men.
The app sniffs out the level of stench and sends the user a notification telling them how much they stink.
The people behind the "smellphone" decided to focus its olfactory awareness solely on male b.o. because of a recent study published in the journal PLOS ONE suggesting that the part of the brain that perceives odors is 40 percent smaller in men than women.
The new "smellphone" technology is currently going through beta testing, according to Geoffrey Hantson, a Belgium-based advertising executive who is the chief creative officer behind the project.
"We're introducing the app next month, but it won't work until the phone cover is available,"he told HuffPost. "It's up to Nivea on whether they want to sell those covers separately or as part of a package of body care products."
Hantson admits that people might not buy a smartphone cover just to detect male body odor, but wants people to take a whiff of the future.
"My dad was seriously burned in a gas attack because the gas had no smell," he said. "Something like this could be the perfect thing to use. You could also use it to test bad breath."
Does it pass the sniff test? Possibly, according to UC Riverside professor Nosang Myung, the inventor of an electronic nose.
"It's possible it could work," Myung told HuffPost. "It uses a simple system and it's only detecting human sweat. So it's possible."
The "NOSE" may be small, but Hantson has big dreams.
"We've shown that it's possible to make this technology small enough to fit on a smartphone cover, I bet it will be part of the actual phone in a few...
A tribute tweet to the Purple One by the Cheerios cereal brand left many people on Twitter seeing red.
Cheerios on Thursday attempted to honor Prince's death with a tweet featuring the words, "Rest in Peace," against a purple backdrop. In place of the dot on the "i" was a single...
Does he do windows as well?
An emergency medical technician in Lincoln, California, not only helped save the life of an 87-year-old man, he prevented the man's lawn from looking shabby.
The man, who has asked to not be identified, passed out Saturday while doing yard...
That's one way to get people to pay more attention to the news.
A mundane TV news story about a Hillary Clinton fundraiser raised a lot of fun for viewers after a boob-flashing woman photobombed the reporter.
NBC Bay Area reporter Pete Suratos was doing a live remote...
Homeowners who appear on the popular HGTV series "Love It Or List It" are usually offered one of two options: stay in a home newly renovated by Toronto-based interior...
Earlier this week, a story went viral about a man who claimed he purchased a yak while high on sleeping pills.
But it turns out that the journalists who reported were the ones snoozing: The story is fake, according to the people who supposedly sold the yak.