Learn about fascinating developments and new breakthroughs from All That’s Interesting’s collection of videos and stories about interesting technology!
How Manfred von Richthofen, A.K.A The Red Baron, Became World War I’s Best Fighter Pilot
Though only 25-years-old when he died, Manfred von Richthofen downed more than 80 enemy planes in two short years of World War I, which earned him the formidable title of Red Baron.
A Catholic Group Released Its Own Version Of ‘Pokemon Go’ Where Players Catch Saints – And The Pope Is A Fan
"Never has the Church has a project like this...this is the Catholic app with the most advanced technology there is."
NASA Fixes Hubble Telescope Like Anyone Else Would — By Turning It Off And On Again
One of the telescope's backup gears, called a gyroscope, had been shut off for 7.5 years.
Portrait ‘Painted’ By AI Algorithm Is Up For Auction By Christie’s
The portrait of a fictitious, 18th-century man is the first piece of art created by an algorithm to be sold by an auction house.
Scientists Connected Three Brains Together And They Successfully Shared Their Thoughts
The participants were able to complete a cooperative game of Tetris using only their thoughts as a means of communication.
The Day Two Planes Flew Into Each Other — And Killed More Than 300 People
This was the deadliest mid-air collision ever — and it left no survivors.
This Russian “Doomsday Machine” Is Reportedly Able To Trigger 300 Foot Waves
The weapon — officially dubbed "Poseidon" — might be one of the strongest nuclear weapons ever created.
Two Blockbusters Announce Plans To Close, Leaving Just One Left In America
"Thank you for sticking by us throughout all these years. I can’t tell you how much it means to us."
Scientists Build Flexible Origami Robot That Can Move On Its Own [VIDEO]
Unlike conventional robots, soft robots like this one mimic the way living organisms move and adapt to their surroundings.
Having Sex With Westworld-type Robots May Not Be Good For Your Health, Says Study
“The medical profession needs to be prepared for inevitable questions about the impact of sex robots on health.”
Meet Lucinda Southworth, The Woman Behind Google’s Larry Page
Along with her husband, Lucinda Southworth donated $15 million to help fight the Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa.