The power of 3D printing is helping criminals create custom credit card skimmers.
Editor’s Pick After years of government denials and conspiracy theories, the CIA has officially acknowledged Area 51 exists. Unfortunately for those of us who believe in aliens, the documents say nothing about aliens.
Editor’s Pick LeanIn.org’s editor-at-large posted on Facebook that she is looking for an unpaid intern. The Internet has responded with righteous indignation at the hypocrisy of an organization whose claims its mission is to support women’s professional growth.
Editor’s Pick Benedivz debuted its site today where live webcam entertainers broadcast to viewers who donate to charity in exchange for seeing live performances and requested activities.
The Hyperloop is little more than a pipe dream at this point, and it could very well never happen. Which means it’s ripe for parody and exaggeration.
“I think I kind of shot myself by ever mentioning the Hyperloop,” he said. “I don’t have any plans to execute, because I must remain focused on SpaceX and Tesla.”
Artists on the Miiverse have created a selection of Pikmin 3 art. We’ve collected the best ones.
Robotics expert Michael McMaster has been building R2-D2 robots with his friends for years. But now he’s made a life-size working replica of Wall-E, the lovable robot from the Pixar film of the same name.
Apple is for freedom, Google is not, according to talk show host.
Netflix has decided to remove access to Star Trek III: The Search for Spock due to a defect in the streaming version of the film.
The only thing standing in the way of Protos’s custom 3D printed glasses is the funds needed to get the project off the ground.
Editor’s Pick Vibease makes a squishy, Bluetooth-enabled pink vibrator that you control through a mobile app, featuring a marketplace of erotica to bring “fantasies to life.”
Thanks to Cornell researchers and a clever self-powered bird backpack they’ve invented, we may soon know the maximum velocity of a swallow.
Here’s something that you probably don’t need science to tell you: Melting plastic in a non-ventilated space can be bad for you.
How the times have changed. Apple is the new enterprise.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a Texas man with running a Ponzi scheme in which he raised “at least” 700,000 Bitcoin, worth $4.5 million at the time and more than $60 million today.
“Share your best aerial pictures and let’s build a world map of our Earth with a bird’s eye view,” Dupin urges potential contributors.
The famed director launched a $1.25M crowdfunding campaign today to create a movie about ‘Human Beings dealing with each other on a Human Level’
In an effort to make it harder for kids to access pornography, the UK wants to block it entirely.
If you haven’t already heard, superstar astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is starring in a re-imagined version of Carl Sagan’s classic Cosmos series for Fox. And while the first episode isn’t due out until next year, the production team did release a trailer yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con.
If you’re bummed out about missing all the new digital comic book news and discussion coming through the pipeline this weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, check out this comic series about the show.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says that his expedition company has recovered a engine used in the first moon landing spaceflight. No big deal.
Ever watched paint dry? Sorry, you’re nothing but an amateur.
Having a baby but can’t wait nine months to see what it look likes in 3D? A Japanese company has a solution.
Editor’s Pick Who needs touchscreens when you have eye-tracking?
Guest Post See how life under the big top prepared this former circus performer to run her own game studio.
Telepresence bots like Atlas are the ideal alternative to sending humans on dangerous rescue missions.
Pingtime’s take on ping pong is both visually awesome and really, really tough.
Austin and Beccy Craig are getting married today. As soon as they return from their honeymoon, they will give up all cash and cards and spend 90 days living on bitcoin alone.
The purchase of virtual currency Bitcoin has slowly become easier over the years, and now the Bitcoin wallet service Coinbase has added the ability to “buy up to 50 Bitcoins instantly” for verified accounts.
Apparently we love our smartphones. More, perhaps, than our spouses, God, or personal hygiene.
Non-Muslims may never enter the city of Mecca or see the mysterious Kaabah, Islam’s most sacred building. But Google’s now giving you a sneak peek with a livestream of festivities at Mecca’s Grand Mosque.
“It’s so thin and barely readable, it looks like a scratch in the glass. This is not progress. This is art school masturbation.”
NASA astronauts are current outside the International Space Station on a spacewalk, and NASA is streaming the action live.
Don’t say VB never did anything to help you get over a case of the Mondays, folks.
Startups on a plane, startups on a train. Startups having fun, startups in the sun?
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That every year, we want more powerful gadgets for less money. Oh, and please stop tracking our personal data and showing us all those ads.
Barbecues should be relaxing, but with all the grilling and beer pouring, they can get exhausting. Here are a few robots, drones, and mobile machines that can make your hamburgers, deliver your beer, and ping you when the brisket is done.
NASA scientists released footage of comet ISON speeding towards the sun at 48,000 miles per hour, just in time for the fourth of July.
Someone did the math and figured out how large and how expensive the castle from Super Mario 64 is.