Meta Just Introduced Make-A-Video, an AI That Generates Videos From Text

It's basically DALL-E but with video. What could go wrong?

Personal Tech

The 5 Biggest Announcements from Amazon’s Fall Launch Event

Including a clever bedside sleep tracker and an Echo Dot that doubles as a wifi extender


The 6 Essential Tools Your Home Bar Is Missing

Unique mixology spoons, elevated tongs and an atomizer — bar tools curated by Cocktail Kingdom


Review: Ardbeg Latest Is Both Peaty and Tropical

The Islay distillery’s 19-year-old "Traigh Bhan" single malt embraces new flavors and tempers the smoke (a bit)


The Wine Industry May Be Immune to Inflation

Prices have barely risen in these high-inflation times, which is good news for consumers but troubling for wine producers


The Best Bars in Sitcom History

A toast to the 40th anniversary of “Cheers” and all the great TV comedy watering holes, from Moe's to Paddy's Pub


The Mystery of the Creepy Smiling People at Baseball Games Has Been Solved

The trend of unsettlingly grinning faces in crowds is a marketing campaign for the movie "Smile"


How to Make (and Improve) a Moscow Mule

The world’s easiest mixed drink packs an unforgettable ginger punch. And there are simple ways to make it even better.

Home Goods

Black & Decker Tool Kits Are Up to 35% Off at Woot

Save on modular kits that utilize the same battery but offer easy-to-swap attachments for drilling, sanding and cutting


The FCC May Finally Do Something About All Those Spam Texts

The agency seems poised to act on regulations that would help deter or block unwanted messages, many of which are scams


Is This 2017 Heineken Ad the Key to Saving Democracy?

A Stanford study found viewing an old Heineken ad called "Worlds Apart" was oddly effective at countering partisan animosity


Meet the First Graduates of an Ambitious Whiskey Apprenticeship

Uncle Nearest and Jack Daniel's multi-million-dollar initiative seeks to advance diversity within the American whiskey industry