Space // 

To work on the ISS is to be at the cutting edge of space exploration, to experience the rigours of space on a daily ...

Nick Gilbert at 17:00 PM Oct 26 2011
Mobile // 

Ok, look, it was kind of amusing for a while, but at what point does the back-and-forth on the smartphone patent ...

Nick Gilbert at 15:08 PM Oct 26 2011
Mobile // 

People wanted an iPhone 5. A top-secret new phone to deliver previously unknown pleasures, and to cast the 16-month-o...

John Mahoney at 13:07 PM Oct 26 2011
Space // 

If you saw it firsthand then you had no choice but to notice it, but for the rest of us who weren't so lucky, here's ...

Clay Dillow at 13:00 PM Oct 26 2011
Tech // 

A new thermostat designed by the brains behind the iPod promises to save money by learning your household habits, ...

Rebecca Boyle at 12:00 PM Oct 26 2011

We got our first look at Japan's Defense Ministry's spherical flying machine earlier this year, but at a recent ...

Clay Dillow at 10:30 AM Oct 26 2011
Science // 

In recent decades, deep sea researchers have upended our notions of what can survive at some of the deepest ...

Clay Dillow at 09:00 AM Oct 26 2011
Tech // 

A simple programming tool can build a model of a scene in a two-dimensional photograph and insert a realistic-looking...

Rebecca Boyle at 08:00 AM Oct 26 2011
Tech // 

A new stretchy, supple synthetic skin prototype developed at Stanford has some impressive pressure sensitivity, ...

Rebecca Boyle at 07:30 AM Oct 26 2011

There's a tonne of unexplained mysteries out there, and stellar phenomena that we can't explain using current ...

Nick Gilbert at 17:00 PM Oct 25 2011
Space // 

Today in pretty space pics: a whirling image of the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope and the ...

Clay Dillow at 14:47 PM Oct 25 2011
Cars // 

Automakers are doing all sorts of things to cars to make them smarter and more autonomous, as regular readers are ...

Rebecca Boyle at 14:43 PM Oct 25 2011
Science // 

The brain is one of the most enigmatic and incredible organs in the human body, and so is unsurprisingly one of the ...

Nick Gilbert at 13:41 PM Oct 25 2011
Space // 

Our growing space junk problem could become an orbiting spare satellite parts sale if DARPA has its way. The DoD's ...

Clay Dillow at 12:42 PM Oct 25 2011
Science // 

Even hermit crabs aren't immune to swings in their own ecological economies. A global shortage of shells is leaving ...

Clay Dillow at 11:36 AM Oct 25 2011
 
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