For more than half a century, rockets have been the only way to go to space. But in the not-too-distant future, we may have another option for sending up people and payloads: a colossal elevator extending
We rarely see a truly remarkable new technology more than once a decade. After years of undelivered promises, such a technology looks finally set to enter the market: the flexible computer screen. Imagine,
Google has a new free Android app that lets you get around your phone, tap buttons, and type across the interface and all your apps using just your voice. It’s called Voice Access, and it works similar
With an eye on future lunar exploration, Canada’s space agency is calling on companies to present their ideas for everything from moon-rover power systems to innovative mineral prospecting techniques.
Tony and Kevin went hands-on with Starlink: Battle For Atlas, coming soon to PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. It's a fun combination of space exploration and combat, with tons of instant ship customization
Between Search, Gmail, and Android, Google’s products have become indispensable to many of us in the years since they’ve been introduced. Though you may know your way around all of Google’s services, the
The L-Mount Alliance will try to consolidate the various strengths of the three companies As the mirrorless camera battle reaches a turning point, three entrants are teaming up to help their cameras stand
If you’re an Amazon Echo or Google Home owner, you may only ask your device for the weather or to play music. That’s O.K., but these devices can do so much more — and they can offer more than a few useful
Elon Musk may not believe in space elevators yet, but Japan is taking a step forward to realise the dream of travelling to space by elevators instead of the traditional rocket. A team of researchers from
This Is the Most Amazing Photo Ever Taken From a Commercial Airplane. Now, a Southwest Passenger Explains How He Did It
Remember the Great American Eclipse of 2017? For a few minutes, it seemed the entire country was relaxed and focused on the same thing. Jon Carmichael was focused all right. But he wasn't exactly relaxed.
From a distance, Seed looks like any other settlement-building game. Tiny villagers shuffle around a colorful, low-poly map, collecting wood, wheat and other important resources. At any time, you can in,