Let me be clear from the start—external graphics solutions for notebooks have been tried before and they’re a low-volume product for an already niche market. But what Alienware has done with their just-announced
Simulation technology shows why you should sit very far behind a sick passenger. At first, the video displays the virtual insides of a crowded passenger airplane. Then all of a sudden, one of the passengers
It could be said that the perfect meal consists of a good steak, a great bottle of whiskey, and a loyal dog to eat whatever remains of the steak. Starting at nine in the morning during this past weekend's
I suddenly have the urge to go blow across the top of a bottle. This is Aeolus, an Acoustic Wind Pavilion, and I have no doubt that we would stand within it for quite a while… great sound. It reminded
Father’s Day is a time to celebrate fatherhood and express our appreciation for all of the things that our dear old Dad does for us, day in and day out, week after week, over the course of a lifetime.
“Millions long for immortality who don’t know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.” “If we are continually inadequate in love, uncertain in decision and impotent in the face of death,
A breathtaking time-capsule of this ageless, ever-changing city. New York City loves its streets, loves its dogs, loves its heat waves, loves its apocalyptic fictions — but, above else, loves its timeless
“When you work regularly, inspiration strikes regularly.” We seem to have a strange but all too human cultural fixation on the daily routines and daily rituals of famous creators, from Vonnegut to Burroughs
The infant's 3-D printed trachea will fully absorb into his body in two to three years. We've seen plenty of 3-D printed medical implants for patients that require replacement tissues, but this use of
These robotic bartenders can do everything from mix drinks to evaluate the quality of your wine Click here to enter the gallery In the future, we'll take self-driving cars to cookouts, raise a glass to
From the wind tunnels the made commercial aviation possible to the analog machines that preceded the computer, a visual history of the spirit of innovation presently unworthy of the government’s dollar.
You will burn. You will freeze. And the moon will explode. Four gruesome apocalypse scenarios from the September 1939 issue of Popular Science. Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. The