Have you ever heard of the fastest kid in the world? Some may even say he’s the next one to take the reign of Usain Bolt. Meet Rudolph Ingram, who also goes by the name Blaze. He’s a U.S. 11-year-old American sprinter/athlete from Florida with an amazing story.

For hikers and mountaineers, El Capitan is widely considered one of the most brutal climbs in the world, but not for this 8-year-old boy. Sam Baker is the youngest person to climb El Capitan.

Read about the life-size model of the classic Ferrari F40 made of 358,000 Legos featured at LEGOLAND California. Visitors can sit inside it and even build their own creations to race against other people.

Elon Musk has been teasing fans with the Tesla Cybertruck which is the company's first all-electric truck, and the equally futuristic Tesla Cyberquad All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) since 2019. However, the car manufacturer has yet to begin production on either model. Instead, the company made up for the delay by announcing the release of the all-electric Cyberquad for Kids!

Simone Biles, the world's most decorated gymnast, has become the first woman to perform a Yurchenko Double Pike move in a competition.

Antarctica is surrounded by icebergs, but one measuring over 105 miles recently broke off, making it the world's largest iceberg. Learn all about it and why it is a very special event.

Matthew Walzer, who was born with cerebral palsy, had a tough time lacing his shoes. After realizing there were probably millions of others facing a similar challenge, he reached out to his favorite shoe company, Nike, for help. This all lead to the creation of "GoFlyEase" the world's first fully hands-free sneaker.

Drones have come a long way. Some can swim underwater, and now, thanks to some University of Zurich researchers, can even play dodgeball!

Over a million LEGO pieces were used to build an authentic looking Bugattio Chiron Replica that actually drives!

The Flyboard Air is a turbine-powered flying machine that actually works like a real hoverboard!

Back to the Future is now. Nike unveiled its first shoe that ties itself and will go on sale at the end of this year.

Lucas Etter has officially broken all records by solving a Rubik's Cube in just 4.9 seconds!

Jetpacks are finally here, for real this time. Turbojets, not rockets, propel these for up to 10 minutes, at speeds up to 200 kph.

This looks amazing. You can take it with you on a bus and get to your final stop with it. I would definitely use it.

Lexus has a real working "Back to the Future" hoverboard. However, it still needs a special surface to work.

This may be a bike lock that cannot be broken without breaking the bike. Very cool idea.

Lego just announced a new game that will compete with Minecraft called Lego Worlds. It looks very cool.

The first "virtual entertainment center," will open sometime in early 2016 in Pleasant Grove, Utah. I can't wait to see it!

Touch Pianist is free site that allows you to perform hard-to-play classical piano music virtually and instantly!

A hologram dog, TV that follows you around, and more cool things. The future is now!

World’s first full-size Lego car can hit 20 mph, powered by insane, 256-cylinder compresed air engine!

Just like in the Jetsons, a two-seater flying car will go on the market in the next two years. Future models will be self-driving and flying.

The new robot dog behaves just like a real dog in how it walks around so naturally. Very cool!!!

Some very cool videos showing the new Audi self driving cars. Seems like they will be in production very soon.

Could use this when I'm getting late for school! Two rocket engines attached to this bike accelerate to a top speed of 285 km/h in just 6.7 seconds, beating a Ferrari.

This is a real hovering skateboard like the one in “Back to the Future Part II.”

iPhone 6 vs. 6 Plus vs. 5s vs. 5c: Which Apple Phone Should You Choose?

Very cool demo of next generation virtual reality coming soon. It is starting to become a lot like the holodeck on star trek, where you can move around and interact with a virtual world.

South Korea beats Chicago 8-4 in the Little League World Series Championship. I was cheering for Chicago, but Korea played a great game.

Deep in the English countryside, aeronautical engineers are perfecting a new generation of hoverbikes. This is how I want to get to class!

Before the city pool closes for the year they open it to dogs.

Keeping fit will make you smarter. Scientists at Illinois University found nine and 10 year olds with a higher level of fitness showed greater brain volumes in gray-matter regions important for memory and learning.

This incredible $2 million pool features five colossal waterfalls, a lazy river and a tunnel deep enough for scuba diving.

A huge whale goes under and lifts some people kayaking. Just amazing to see.

You all have been tying your shoes the wrong way! Watch to understand.

Here is a neat trick to memorize numbers that could be really helpful for phone numbers, scientific constants, and other things.

Adam Savage from MythBusters tweeted this cool photo. "This is the awesome Silvia. She's come to Maker Faire and taken a photo with me holding last year's pic for 5 years! "
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