The eccentric CEO said the product will be ready for production in a matter of months Tesla didn't ship nearly as many cars this quarter as it had projected, but CEO Elon Musk remained upbeat during today's
Since 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has been orbiting Earth, capturing images of the cosmos that have “fundamentally changed humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe.” This year, to celebrate
While we got an early look at Windows 10 running on phones during Microsoft’s press event last month, we weren’t allowed to explore the operating system fully. That’s about to change soon with the release
A 22-story-tall Falcon 9 rocket will lift off out of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida a couple of minutes after sunset, at 6:10 ET. And within a half hour or so after take-off, the rocket will
Entomologists have been tinkering with the world’s most popular toy, using Lego to help handle insect specimens An unusual scientific paper has just appeared online. Its authors are all entomologists.
Jupiter’s icy moon Europa may harbour extraterrestrial life. Nasa has announced a mission to go, but Esa will get there first Europa is a tantalising place orbiting the giant planet of Jupiter. Extraordinary
Jeremy Hunt wants Britain to become the first country in the world to routinely test children's entire DNA at birth to identify diseases Every child in Britain could have their DNA decoded at birth by
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How does a power cord charge a cellphone? Magic, silly! According to a Pew poll, many of my fellow Americans are completely in the dark about how their world works, including the fact that carbon dioxide
As the #ISS reaches its 15th anniversary, let's pause to reflect on the amazing accomplishments of living and working in space these last 15 years. Zarya, the first space station module, was launched a
Dennis Tito, the American entrepreneur who paid $20 million in 2001 for a trip to the International Space Station, spoke before a House subcommittee on space today to outline his plans for reaching Mars.
There are already devices that transmit sound to your body without speakers. But what if your body was the speaker? Disney Research has just explored that possibility through its Ishin-Den-Shin project.
The "Golden Record" aboard the interstellar spacecraft is a time capsule of humanity, sent from 1977 to the distant future. The year was 1977. Jimmy Carter was president. Rod Stewart topped the Billboard
We're sufficiently old that we remember when the windscreen augmented-reality display from Knight Rider 2000 seemed fanciful. Still, 200 years later, and finally, such things are a reality. Pioneer is
Google has announced that the next version of its Android mobile operating system will be called ‘Android KitKat’, after Nestlé’s popular chocolate bar. Android has been developed by the company’s engineers
A mummy that would seemingly be of Egyptian origin has been discovered a long way from its apparent home. A 10-year-old boy found the sarcophagus along with a mummified body in the attic of his house Diepholz,