As virtual reality matures, we'll be aroused in three-dimensional immersive alternative realities. People will look back on our passive and lonely 2D smut and pity us. But… when?
America has currently no plan for its nuclear waste. It did, however, at one point, have a supremely ambitious plan to bury it in a mountain for 10,000 years.
You can learn a lot about the far-future tech that scientists and engineers think will make interstellar travel a reality. It may take a long time to achieve, but their ideas are rather convincing.
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a united Berlin stands as the centre of another global ideological struggle: the revolt against online surveillance.
This weekend's US Grand Prix trial hopes to make safety cars obsolete by penalising drivers who exceed certain limits.
Essentially, Spain has just become the first country in the world to charge for linking online.
The corkscrew was borne out of necessity and as soon as the earliest glass bottles arrived in late seventeenth-century England, inventors began dreaming up instruments to ease the removal of corks.
A new book suggests that humans' long, protracted childhoods could be the explanation for our species being inherently curious creatures.
I made a keyboard – let me tell you about it! I'm even typing this post using the keyboard I built. How meta.
Nicknamed "Elephant Cages" by some, this electronic Stonehenge once divined the secrets of Soviet radio structures with its high-frequency antenna arrays.
Tampico is a beautiful tropical city located on the Gulf of Mexico, traversed by canals, dotted with palm trees, graced with kilometres of undeveloped beach.
The 1960s were halcyon times for restaurant experiences that hold almost no appeal today. But one curious product of this era had true staying power: the revolving restaurant.
Replying to Tinder users with only QuickText's predictive responses proved to be a dead-end for hook-ups.
Despite the seemingly never-ending hiccups of iOS 8, the company has apparently decided to cave in to overwhelming demand and reintroduce the much loved Camera Roll feature in iOS 8.1.
The folks at Carphone Warehouse decided to unbox the new Z3 in its natural habitat—completely submerged underwater. Click through to watch the video.
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