Free speech in action (and how this all relates to a horse).
The agency has interfered with a number of search-and-rescue missions where drones could have helped.
Catching up with Brad Burge, who's hosting a five-session course co-produced by MAPS and Evolver Learning Lab.
It's good for the environment, or something.
Lawmakers just passed a bill making Bus Rapid Transit illegal in the state of Tennessee. And if a conservative advocacy movement gets its way, that's just the beginning.
The FBI insists that it uses drone technology to conduct surveillance in “very limited circumstances.” What those particular circumstances are remain a mystery.
The Last Days of the Tevatron
When the Tevatron opened in 1983 at Fermi National Laboratory, outside Chicago, it was the world’s most powerful particle accelerator.
The hunt for the Higgs boson, god particle or goddamn particle, the one that gives things mass, came closer to an end on July 4. Physicists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider in Europe, the world’s largest particle accelerator, found evidence of the particle and its energy field. But the LHC didn’t do it alone. The search has been a massive, costly and unprecedented international effort that began thousands of miles away, at another atom smasher beneath the Illinois prairie.Watch Now
The Man Who Built a 20-Foot Flamethrowing Exoskeleton
Meet mild-mannered amateur inventor Carlos Owens and his infamous “Big Red” robot.
Mention Wasilla, Alaska, and presidential also-ran Sarah Palin leaps to mind like a caribou. But the southern Alaskan town’s more animated, engaging, and intelligent invention is easily a 20-foot-tall robotic mecha robot with flamethrowers for hands.Watch Now
Inside the Research Institute Battling PTSD with Virtual Reality
War vet Jody Mitic visits the Institute for Creative Technologies to try out VR aimed at PTSD.
Jody is an ideal conduit to bridge the divide between the experiences of soldiers and the curiosity of civilians. As a professional, motivational speaker, with a bit of reality TV fame under his belt in Canada, Jody has made a living out of being open about his experiences.Watch Now
Peru's DVD Pirates Are Its Top Culture Dealers
How Lima's notorious bootleggers use low methods to deliver high culture.
In Pasaje 18 of Lima's Polvos Azules shopping mall, you'll find racks of DVD burners humming away while fluorescent lights cast their glare across the glitter of thousands of bootleg movies in telltale cellophane wrappers. It looks like a scene right out of cyberpunk. But for many Peruvians, whose access to alternatives like Netflix is hampered by some of the slowest internet speeds on the globe, bootleg DVDs remain a primary source for accessing current mov…Watch Now
The NYC Municipal Archives has released 30,000 never-before-seen digital images. You're going to want to check them out.
In the end, the world is merely an endless stream of faces.
It's all an attempt to settle once and for all which European city is the techiest.
All that's left, unless a buyer appears, is for Mt. Gox to disburse whatever assets remain.
When can the rest of us expect gigabit internet?
In what feels like a full-on Netflix nod, they even called it "Game of Pawns."
If you 'gamify' school itself, the only clear losers are students.
The MorpHex can roll around in a ball, then unpack and walk on its six legs.
Want to keep bots out and let people in? Make the test something that people have evolved to do.
A patent listing Bill Gates as an inventor describes tech that would detect when cameras are snooping on your screens.
The database will include 52 million photos, many of which won't be of criminals.
As the list of extraterrestrial destination spirals upwards, so too does the need for cheaper, smarter, and more versatile rovers. Here's what they'll look like.