This impressive US Marine Corps light show is almost as good as any frame from the movie Tron. Read More >>
A group of scientists took soil, plant, phytoplankton and krill samples all around the South Shetland Islands. The results? Methylsiloxanes in detectable concentrations.
Documentary makers go deep inside the belly of the Large Hadron Collider with old-timey cameras in tow.
Just don't take this thing into the casino.
Porn is back on Blogger, new albums now come out on Monday and smartwatches are going global. All this and more in today's BitStream.
You would need a microscope to see all of the miniature components etched on to the single tiny microchip powering your digital watch's clock. But you can see them all with the naked eye on artist Gislain Benoit's The Clock, made from 1,916 hand-soldered components. Read more >
He lived long, and prospers on in the hearts of sci-fi fans around the world.
This is crucial for the next time you need to drive your car at warp speeds.
It's what makes dice-rolling possible: the Flux Capacitor! Sort of.
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As well as revealing new car-related info on the Apple Watch, CEO Tim Cook shared another interesting tidbit of information: the man is actually a machine.
High-concept foodstuff of the future, in which people still eat stuff that grows.
"I'm now so used to getting all my notifications" teases Apple Watch-wearing CEO.
All 77 precincts of the NYPD shun computers for the clicky-clack of metal on paper.
Swatch Touch Zero One connects to an app, makes you better at volleyball.
From Astropad to Pushbullet, this month has had some some mean mobile machines you may have missed. Time to fix that.