Articles by Jordan Keenan
Over the past few months, there has been a flurry of announcements from private spacecraft companies about their plans for reusable spacecraft.
The mind is still a mystery to science, and conscious machines are a long way away.
Spoiler alert: some people said yes.
The premiere hacking conference is full of games, from Nerf sniping to "Pimp My Rascal" to straight-up espionage.
Many companies are working on facial recognition tech for law enforcement and DMVs, but perhaps the most progress is being done by tech giants for consumer products.
And by “school,” I mean “The Real World" set in a "Jurassic Park" bunker for music nerds with a fridge full of Red Bull in every room.
The suckling pig roasting on a spit in the sculpture park outside the fair next to a circle of hip high rubber tongue sculptures was, as it turns out, not just for show.
The second annual "Robot Film Festival":http://robotfilmfestival.com/ is tomorrow in New York! Founded by friend of Motherboard and social roboticist "Heather Knight":http://motherboard.vice.com/2010/7/7/social-roboticist-heather-knight-wants-you-to-…
Scottish artist Katie Paterson's "Lightbulb to Simulate Moonlight," which was on view at the recent Frieze New York art fair, is a phone number: you're meant to dial it and hear the sounds coming from an underwater microphone in a glacial lagoon in
Humans have had their sights set on visiting the stars for millennia, but we weren’t the first Earthlings to leave the confines of our planet. Before we grew the cojones to actually strap ourselves to our massive space-bound rockets, we enlisted so…