Cotton candy? Check. The distinct smell of livestock? Check. Advanced semi-autonomous robots? Check.
Test subjects with motor control disabilities were able to maneuver a Skype-connected robot with just their thoughts.
Like a seven-minute episode of Black Mirror, the film is a waist-high view of a smartphone’s shelf life, but from the smartphone’s perspective.
And hear his vision of the phone's future.
Two BBC presenters are caught off guard as they try to explain email to viewers at home.
The People’s Project are a volunteer group crowdfunding everything from tanks, uniforms and drones for Ukraine’s Army.
The designer of DOOM and Quake takes us behind the scenes.
Naturally, it's in a horse pavilion somewhere in Canada.
Nicole Angemi, aka @mrs_angemi, is a pathologist’s assistant in real life. But online she owns one of Instagram's most controversial accounts.
Brian Castner, a former US military bomb tech, said "The Hurt Locker" got it only partly right.
Watch Motherboard's film on the evolving relationship between humans and robots, and what intelligent machines bode for the future of warfare and humanity.
Get ready, meatbags.
Whether or not we can clone a mammoth is the simpler question. The big one is: should we?
Hunting whales for food is a tradition as old as the islands have been inhabited.
Electric cars seem like the perfect solution to reducing smog and our dependence on oil, except for one thing: Batteries just aren't all that great.
Jake Wells fell into a severe depression. His tricopter—and Jesus—saved him.
Beavers are killing Patagonia. There's no simpler way of putting it.
In this episode of Upgrade, we check out Daan Roosegaarde's air-cleaning project, which is planned for installation in Beijing.
We’ve surpassed our capacity to sustainably fish wild caught fish, shrimp, and mollusks from the ocean, and so we’ve turned to aquaculture.
In this episode of Upgrade, we meet the Dutch team behind the VeloX3, which holds the world speed record for pedal-powered bikes.
While Predator drones drop missiles on suspected terrorists, this Canadian drone maker dive bombs packs of pesky, pooping geese.
And one day, hopefully, on Mars.
It's a bit of a strange thing to think about, but the Earth is going to die someday.