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Amazon's Jeff Bezos Debuts Spacecraft in First Flight Test
The Blue Origin spaceflight firm funded by Amazon's Jeff Bezos held a first test flight of its New...
(May 1, 2015)
Fabulous Footage of Dueling Supercars in Rome
Feast your eyes on this teaser from the upcoming Bond movie
(May 1, 2015)
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Seeks Silicon Valley Icon
Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg have been reproduced in wax—who should be next? Time to vote
(May 1, 2015)
Video Friday: Strong Microbots, Holographic Robots, and Extreme Drone Flying
Today we have two weeks of robots videos for you
(May 1, 2015)
Light Reveals the Spin of Electrons
Replacing magnets with light to detect electron spin offers new possibilities for "spintronics'
(May 1, 2015)
Moore’s Law Milestones
As the stakes got higher and higher, semiconductor specialists performed the near impossible to...
(Apr 30, 2015)
U.S. Hydropower Fleet has Upside Power and Storage Potential
The Energy Department's first comprehensive hydropower assessment shows steady growth and plenty of...
(Apr 30, 2015)
Five Things You Might Not Know About Moore’s Law
Facts that are often overlooked when Moore’s Law is discussed
(Apr 30, 2015)
Robot Arm Brings Humanity Back to the Stone Age
To figure out how stone tools were used millions of years ago, archaeologists are turning to robots
(Apr 30, 2015)
Savioke’s Robot Butler Brings You Room Service
In a six-month trial run, this robot made over 1,000 deliveries in busy hotel
(Apr 30, 2015)
Ashok Jhunjhunwala: Reengineering Rural India
The TeNet group cofounder creates telecom, banking, and electricity systems to lift up underserved...
(Apr 30, 2015)
Virtual Reality Pioneer Looks Beyond Entertainment
Jeremy Bailenson looks to virtual reality's future based on lessons from two decades of research
(Apr 30, 2015)
DARPA's Self-Steering EXACTO Bullets Home in on Moving Targets
Classified DARPA technology allows bullets to follow your directions after you fire them
(Apr 29, 2015)
How to Stop Killer Asteroids
Only vigilance and ingenuity stand between Earth and oblivion
(Apr 29, 2015)
Novel Process Promises Atomically Thin Semiconductors for Electronics
Novel manufacturing process brings uniform 2-D films to the wafer scale
(Apr 29, 2015)
Now Any Team Can Buy the Performance Analysis Engine that Helped Germany Win World Cup
SAP's Sports One combines on-field performance analysis software, with fan engagement and business...
(Apr 29, 2015)
Robot Taxis Will Reshape Urban Landscapes
A study predicts that cities will be dramatically changed when no one drives to work and few people...
(Apr 29, 2015)
Sentinel’s Mission to Find 500,000 Near-Earth Asteroids
The privately funded space telescope will hunt for objects on a collision course with Earth
(Apr 29, 2015)
Fetch Robotics Introduces Fetch and Freight: Your Warehouse Is Now Automated
This pair of robots is ready to take over in warehouses, autonomously picking and delivering goods
(Apr 29, 2015)
IBM Shows First Full Error Detection for Quantum Computers
IBM's four-qubit array is the first to detect both types of quantum computing errors
(Apr 29, 2015)