After It Doxxed 2000 Journalists, Why Should We Ever Trust the ESA Again?
In a world where personal data can be used as a weapon by harassers and hackers, the risk of attending E3 has gone way up.
Major Video Game Companies Commit to Disclosing Loot Box Probability
Companies such as Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft are committing to reforming practices around paid lootboxes, the Entertainment Software Association says.
NASA Is Offering $18,500 to Lie in Bed for 60 Days
The unique study by NASA, the ESA, and the German Aerospace Center will test the effects of artificial gravity on the bodies of astronauts in space.
This Startup Is Making Food Mostly Out of Air and Electricity
Solar Foods says its protein powder is “completely” disconnected from agriculture. But its currently low production yield of 1 kg per day raises red flags.
Tons of Stars Are Actually Solid 'Crystal Spheres' Hanging In Space
Turning into crystal spheres is the ultimate fate of billions of stars in our galaxy, including our own Sun.
An Astronaut Accidentally Dialed 911 From the International Space Station
Astronauts, they’re just like us!
Watch a Spaceship Leave Earth in Stunning ISS Video
“This is real.”
Humanity’s Next Mission to Mercury Will Test Einstein’s Theory of Relativity
BepiColombo is scheduled to launch from French Guiana at 9:45 PM ET on October 19.
Here's a List of ROM and Cheat Sites the Video Game Industry Hates Most
The ESA’s latest complaint shows a profound misunderstanding of copyright and its own failure to better serve its consumers.
Psychology of Killing
One of Trump's Video Game Experts Thinks Cops Are at War and Murder Makes You Horny
Trump's meeting about violent video games today includes some questionable experts.
Let's Enjoy This Wholesome Moral Panic About Violent Video Games While It Lasts
I wish I could go back to a time when scapegoating video games for school shootings was the biggest problem with video games.
Scientists Successfully Test an Air-Breathing Satellite Thruster
How to make atmospheric drag work for satellites, instead of against them.