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Science and Technology

"Trekini" for Star Wars Fans
ThinkGeek.com releases a line of bathing suits for all the Trekkies in your life.
- 31 May 16, 9:43pm -
Myspace Hack
Someone is trying to sell Myspace usernames, passwords and email addresses that were registered before June 2013.
- 31 May 16, 7:50pm -
This Woman Tried To Find A New Best Friend And It Was Adorable
There's nothing better than friends who like wine.
- 31 May 16, 6:58am -
Sam plays virtual pool (and virtual darts) in a virtual bar (PoolNation VR)
Ars Technica's Sam Machkovech hangs out in a virtual bar playing virtual pool and virtual darts drinking virtual (and some real) beer, and even picks a (virtual) bar fight.
- 29 May 16, 11:38am -
Ars talks e-residency and data sharing with Estonia's President
Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar talks to Estonia's President Toomas Ilves about Estonia's e-residents, universal IDs, how Estonia will soon be sharing e-prescriptions with Finland, and even delves into Snowden, iTunes, and Portuguese wine.
- 29 May 16, 11:38am -
Daughters Pranked Their Dads With A Fake Secret And It Was Intense
“Tell me something real, and I’ll support you!”
- 27 May 16, 1:19am -
Autonomous robot Sumo competition
Ars Technica's Jennifer Hahn visited Cooper Union's end-of-semester Mechatronics course autonomous robot Sumo competition. The students designed and built the robots entirely from parts, no kits or Arduino involved. Read the article: http://arstechni…
- 26 May 16, 6:27pm -
Ars Live Episode 2: Surveillance
Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar and Annalee Newitz spoke with UC Davis Law Professor Elizabeth Joh about the state and consequences of surveillance and data collection in today's society. Recorded at Longitude in Oakland, CA on May 16, 2016. Read the ar…
- 26 May 16, 2:51pm -
Cars - Semi-autonomous drive impressions in an Audi A7 TDI
Ars Technica's Jonathan Gitlin drove an Audi A7 TDI 800 miles between Washington, DC and Columbus, OH, utilizing its semi-autonomous drive system.
- 25 May 16, 8:38pm -
Online Auction offers Mad Men Memorabilia
Want a piece of the AMC's infamous Ad Men series "Mad Men?" Screenbid.com lets you bid on memorabilia from this show and others.
- 25 May 16, 5:22pm -
Ars visits an ORCA aerobic digester
Ars associate reviewer Valentina Palladino talks to Matt Shalhoub about the ORCA, an aerobic digester waste management system.
- 25 May 16, 4:51pm -
Giroptic 360 Camera
Yahoo Tech's Dan Howley reviews the consumer-ready camera that shoots 360-degree photos and videos.
- 25 May 16, 4:19pm -
Get a better airplane seat!
Get a better airplane seat! When you book your flight and find out that only middle seats are available, what should you do? David Pogue has a tip for you!
- 25 May 16, 3:48pm -
How to save time at the airport
David Pogue tells you how to type in any flight number, and see where that flight is in the sky at this very. second - saving you time and headaches.
- 25 May 16, 2:15pm -
How to save money on matches
David Pogue shares how to stop wasting money and light an entire group of candles with match!
- 24 May 16, 6:21pm -
1st 'Made in India' Space Shuttle Launch
The Reusable Launch Vehicle was launched Monday morning from Andhra Pradesh, India.
- 23 May 16, 9:14pm -
W.U.R.M: Escape from a Dying Star
Ars covers W.U.R.M.: Escape from a Dying Star, a two-player immersive space survival game.
- 22 May 16, 9:44pm -
Garmin Vivoactive HR activity tracker
Ars Technica's Valentina Palladino reviews the Garmin Vivoactive HR activity tracker.
- 22 May 16, 11:48am -
Cars - Cruising with Tesla's Autopilot in Houston traffic
Ars Technica's Lee Hutchinson cruises from heavy Houston traffic to the open road in a Tesla Model S P90D with Autopilot.
- 21 May 16, 12:41pm -
Maker Faire Bay Area 2016: battle bots, drawing machines, and drone races
Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar visited the Maker Faire Bay Area 2016 and found some cool toys like battle bots, a harmonograph (drawing machine), and lightning fast drone racing.
- 21 May 16, 1:52am -
Quickest way to pick up passengers at the airport
Yahoo Tech's David Pogue has a quick tip to help you save time the next time you pick up friends and family from the airport.
- 20 May 16, 6:09pm -
"Bulletproof", you say? Ars accepts Nonda's challenge
Computer cable-maker Nonda's PR department touted their kevlar-wrapped cables as "bulletproof". Ars Technica's Lee Hutchinson took that as a challenge. Read the article: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/05/the-nonda-zus-kevlar-cable-is-not-bulletp…
- 20 May 16, 4:16pm -
Crazy over-priced luxury tech
You paid how much for that tech? David Pogue discusses why some companies are producing overpriced versions of their products.
- 19 May 16, 8:44pm -
Bio-inspired Robot Perches, Resumes Flight
Science/AAAS recent video: Bio-inspired Robot Perches, Resumes Flight. Shows how a robotic, biology-inspired robot is used in search and rescue. Credit: Carla Schaffer / AAAS
- 19 May 16, 7:53pm -

Environment

Space and Cosmos

  • NASA Is Building 'World’s Most Powerful Rocket'

    NASA Is Building 'World’s Most Powerful Rocket'

    NASA is one step closer to building its next spaceship. Officials approved the Space Launch System’s transition from the formula phase to the development phase on Wednesday. NASA administrator Charles Bolden called it a journey of scientific and hu…
    - 28 Aug 14, 6:13pm -
  • 'Beam Me To Mars' Lets You Send Martian Messages To Fund Space Exploration

    'Beam Me To Mars' Lets You Send Martian Messages To Fund Space Exploration

    The space-funding company Uwingu launched its "Beam Me to Mars" project today inviting people to contribute, for a fee, to a "digital shout-out" that will send messages from Earth to the Red Planet on November 28th — the 50th anniversary of Mars ex…
    - 19 Aug 14, 6:54pm -
  • Whoa! Rolling Boulder On Mars Leaves Trail Visible From Space

    Whoa! Rolling Boulder On Mars Leaves Trail Visible From Space

    NASA has a case of Mars rock and roll ... literally. The agency's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter currently orbiting the Red Planet has spotted the trail left behind after a tall boulder tumbled down a Martian slope. The Mars rock's misshapen prints are…
    - 14 Aug 14, 11:17pm -

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