Going by hacker stereotypes, it’d be pretty easy to physically identify anyone committing an act of digital crime. A combination of pallid skin, hoody and laptop is the biggest giveaway. Such hackneyed
Before we go any further here, we should brief you on a few things: Today’s news has not been fact checked or tested or peer reviewed. It’s merely a lot of shop talk from NASA engineers on a NASA fan and
If you’re eagerly awaiting Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 10, then it looks like you don’t have long to wait. Late July looks set to be the launch period for the new OS, with hardware partner
With its unprecedented resolution the EHT should be the first to see swirling gas on its final plunge over the event horizon into the Milky Way's supermassive black hole An Earth-sized telescope will astronomers
A math and computer science professor at Biola University in California had the best April Fools' Day prank of 2015. The resulting YouTube video, which is going viral on Reddit, shows a lecture that professor
A unique study will measure how the human body reacts to a year in space This afternoon, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko take off for a yearlong stay on the International
We're going to have to get used to seeing people using virtual reality devices in public as the technology edges closer to the mainstream, but being one of the first people to use the technology around
Neil deGrasse Tyson (AP/Richard Shotwell) The famed astrophysicist had some choice words for Ted Cruz and Rick Scott March 24, 2015 7:41pm (UTC) Popular astrophysicist and anointed spokesperson for science
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Still no real preview of the skinless humanoids Thepopular Japanese manga series Attack on Titan is being turned into a live action movie. Successfully recreating a comic book as live action seems like
Video game or Pixar movie? You tell us. Pixar would spend 29 hours rendering a single frame of Monsters University using what’s considered one of the fastest supercomputer rigs in the world: 2,000 computers
Plus it has a real Terminator vibe Rapid prototyping may soon get a whole lot more rapid, thanks to an entirely new method of 3D printing. Instead of taking hours to 3D-print something, it might soon minutes.
DC Comics has announced that it will not be printing a controversial variant cover to Batgirl #41, at the request, and with the support, of the artist who created it and the creative team behind the issue.