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.
While the wearable technology conversation has been dominated by Google Glass and Apple’s iWatch, this contact lens that zooms in could be an even cooler development.
Former Groupon CEO Andew Mason’s album debuted on iTunes yesterday. Predictably, it sucks.
Reddit’s gift exchange service has come up with a rather unique way of derailing the NSA’s over-reaching efforts in collecting data on U.S. citizens.
By implanting powerful magnets in the flesh of his ears, one body hacker has eliminated the need to wear earphones or earbuds.
The rise of Google Glass will give birth to a market for devices meant to disrupt it.
Google Reader dies this weekend, but it’s just the latest in a long list of Google products that have met their ignominious end on Google CEO Larry Page’s chopping block.
Editor’s Pick One of the most pleasant surprises today at Microsoft Build was the news that Windows 8.1 will natively support 3D printing. Here’s why it helps the big M and small companies.
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The study from neuroscience startup Lumosity used data from more than 3 million people in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 75.
Siri might be a man, but she’s a little conflicted about the switch.
SpaceX was awarded a contract with Thales Alenia Space to launch the country’s first satellite into orbit. This satellite will enable Turkemenistan to operate a National System of Satellite Communications.
Editor’s Pick Food replacement powder Soylent allegedly contains all the nutrients humans need to survive. Founder Rob Rhinehart said it can improve health, economic disparity, and the environment.
John McAfee hasn’t been involved with McAfee software for more than 15 years. But he still receives e-mail from people asking how to uninstall it. So he made an insane video.
Over the course of 20 minutes, Curiosity fired its million-watt laser at a tiny section of Martian soil 20 times.
In the spirit of Father’s Day, I’m guessing everyone has probably heard the phrase “it’s not what you say; it’s how you say it.” Well, MIT is actually applying that concept to a new automated program that rates your body language as you talk to someone.
Google’s top-secret ideas lab is working on a project to make Internet access more reliable and affordable in the developing world through a system of roving balloons.
Two years ago, I served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand. Now, I am in the middle of the Bay Area tech scene and write about technology for a living, and the transition only look a year.
At stake is whether the phone is yours or Apple’s — whether your experience of your Apple technology is of core importance to Apple or whether the company’s desire to control the user interface and push its own products is more crucial.
We’re looking for the next generation of thinkers who blend mobile and machine to demo their gadgets on the floor at MobileBeat 2013.
Ever since the debut of iOS 7′s new design on Monday, critics have been split about it. But one thing’s for sure — the design concept barely ever works when applied to other logos and items.
Google has been cooking up clever “doodles” that celebrate people and events for years. Today’s doodle goes for a walk on the wild side by celebrating the 85th birthday of author Maurice Sendak, best known for the 1963 book Where the Wild Things Are.
Amazon is throwing its weight behind 3D printing with a section of its website dedicated to the technology.
Researchers are still working on technology that would restore vision to those with diseases like glaucome and retinitis pigmentosa.
Ghost Group, a venture capital firm located in Newport Beach, California, has raised a $1 million fund to provide people with an opportunity to invest in the growing marijuana industry.
The agency believes the transformative technology could be “key” for astronauts venturing to Mars.
By comparison, Ralph Lauren (the brand) CEO Ralph Lauren pulls in a relatively paltry $66.6 million — how will we buy that small European nation now, darling? — and third-place finisher Michael D. Fascitelli of the Vornado Realty Trust banked $64.4 million.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said yesterday that company engineers can roll out any experimental features they’re testing to one percent of the social network’s users.
MIT is offering up its engine that helps developers mess with the speed of light. It’s as trippy and mind-bending as it sounds.
3D printing will come to the ISS in a big way in 2014.
Which doesn’t mean that working at Apple is easy. Or, that working for Tim Cook is easy.
3D printed guns are going to be tough to control, and the Department of Homeland security knows it.
Mind control could one day take the pain out of 3D design.
Worlds are shaking as the father of the Graphics Interchange Format, ye trusty old bitmap image standby for animated images on Cheezburger and Reddit and every where geeks wanna have fun, says it’s pronounced JIF, not GIF.
If you can’t get a Thiel Fellowship for your big startup idea, consider learning a trade instead.
“Think of it like a smart rifle. You have a smart car; you got a smartphone; well, now we have a smart rifle,” company President Jason Schauble says.
In 2012, Google made more than $50 billion, almost entirely via plain, boring little text ads. So it’s more than a tad ironic that Google has won the Clio advertiser of the year award for 2013 for creativity and excellence in … old-fashioned video ads.
Pizza and a movie go together like love and marriage, a horse and carriage, right? So Domino’s Brazil has hit on a genius marketing campaign: DVDs that smell like pizza.