Grubhub ‘free lunch’ turns into an NYC food fiasco

Grubhub 'free lunch' turns into an NYC food fiasco

Grubhub’s free-lunch initiative in New York on Tuesday afternoon left customers fed up — and complaining on social media about its failure to deliver. “I was really annoyed because I was hungry and I wanted my food,” Ryan Melendez, 28, told The Post of his nightmarish attempt to score complimentary fare via the digital food … Read more

COVID reinfection rates, antibodies, vaccines: What we know

COVID reinfection rates, antibodies, vaccines: What we know

The new normal is now. In what seemed like an instant, COVID-19 became an inevitable aspect of everyday life more than two years ago — with no signs to suggest that we’ll ever see otherwise again. As we look at our lives ahead with waves of new variants and “stealth” sub-variants, and seasonal vaccine boosters … Read more

Who’s performing, hosting and how to watch

Who’s performing, hosting and how to watch

The Billboard Music Awards will help to tie a bow on the 2022 awards season Sunday night. For the second year in a row, The Weeknd leads the nominations with 17 chances at a trophy. His future touring partner, Doja Cat, is right behind him with 14 knots. The two have had a major year … Read more

Bride and groom set on fire during bizarre wedding stunt

Bride and groom set on fire during bizarre wedding stunt

No rice-throwing for this couple: Pyromaniac newlyweds literally went out in a blaze of glory after setting themselves on fire to end their wedding ceremony. A video of the nuptial pyrotechnics currently boasts more than 15.2 million viral views online as of Friday afternoon. “Their wedding exit makes sparklers look boring,” reads the caption to … Read more

Scientists Have Powered a Basic Computer With Just Algae For Over 6 Months

Scientists Have Powered a Basic Computer With Just Algae For Over 6 Months

In a ghastly vision of a future cut off from sunlight, the machine overloads in the Matrix movie series turned to sleeping human bodies as sources of electricity. If they’d had sunlight, algae would undoubtedly have been the better choice. Engineers from the University of Cambridge in the UK have run a microprocessor for more … Read more

Scientists ‘reverse death’ in astonishing feat by bringing dead eyes back to life

Scientists 'reverse death' in astonishing feat by bringing dead eyes back to life

Scientists have “reversed death” by bringing eyes back to life. Eyes taken from organ donors five hours after death responded to light, while electric activity only seen in the living was recorded. The authors said it “raises the question of whether brain death, as it is currently defined, is truly irreversible.” Brain death is when … Read more

Did Snapchat create an ‘Amber Heard’ crying filter?

Did Snapchat create an 'Amber Heard' crying filter?

You “Heard” wrong. Snapchat has dispelled a popular social media rumor that its viral, new crying face filter is based on actress Amber Heard weeping in court. The social media platform cleared the air in a statement to TMZ. For the digitally uninitiated, the filter is essentially an augmented-reality lens that you superimpose over people’s … Read more

These sea ‘squirts’ could reverse the signs of aging: study

These sea 'squirts' could reverse the signs of aging: study

The fountain of youth may be more like a “squirt.” Chinese scientists have discovered that sea squirt — a mollusk commonly consumed throughout East Asia — could potentially help reverse the effects of aging in those who eat it. “It could be that a pill to keep you young may not be such an unrealistic … Read more

I never wore SPF — now I look like an ‘acid attack victim’

I never wore SPF — now I look like an 'acid attack victim'

Here’s more good reason not to skimp on SPF. A Canadian mother resembled an “acid attack victim” after taking chemotherapy cream for her skin cancer — which she developed after neglecting to use sunscreen for years. “It looks like I’ve had an acid attack,” Honore Stark told SWNS of the topical treatment, which she’s forced … Read more