Meet the real-life Jedis dedicated to helping others learn the ways of the Force.
Sound artist and composer Matt Parker makes music out of technological obsolescence.
Some scientists were quick to shout "Alien," but not everyone agrees.
Around 20 percent of Brazil's population is Evangelical, and Faceglória is a place for them to connect and talk about God without worrying about foul language or someone's bikini pics.
The untold story of the Grateful Dead's short-lived mega PA, arguably the largest, most technologically innovative sound system ever built.
Last week a teenager from Yeovil did exactly that, so we thought we'd weigh up the positives and negatives, with the help of a couple of experts.
"We have a giant robot, you have a giant robot—you know what needs to happen."
A UK group is trying to use new superconducting tech to make a smaller fusion reactor.
Are giant robotic arms coming to wipe out humanity?
That word. I don't think it means what you think it means.
I'm going to prove this using quantum physics and the Full House reboot.
A secret court just allowed the NSA to resume its bulk collection program.
'Ghost Fleet' is a sci-fi novel about World War III based on fact.
Cotton candy? Check. The distinct smell of livestock? Check. Advanced semi-autonomous robots? Check.
We talked to author and security analyst Peter Singer about why the next war will be so much scarier than past ones, and whether there's anything we can do about it.
Since pesticides are regulated at the federal level (where pot is still illegal) legalized growers are at a loss for best practices when it comes to protecting their crop.
Robo-tripping with a neural network.
The energy cost of a single Bitcoin transaction could power 1.5 American homes for a day.
Meet the interstellar warriors of Spaceguard.
A 1:24 scale hyperloop that fits in a classroom.
Two words may be the key to finally unlocking the department's secrets.
California's anti-vaxxers will no longer be able send their unvaccinated kids to school, if a bill passed by the State Assembly gets signed into law.
An outdated RFID implant is like a regrettable tattoo—you can remove it, but it's going to be bloody.
The Pentagon is working on technology that will allow it to engineer a new organism within a day of it being found in the wild.