Digital artists getting paid thanks to NFTs is great. Movies and companies creating NFTs to score some free promotional value suck.
Billionaires posturing over commercial spaceflight is the ultimate cockfight, but with Virgin below 100km up everyone gets to say ‘First!’
New research shows elite free divers incredible control puts them in the same oxygen management league as dolphins, seals and whales.
Now nine flights deep into its extended mission, Ingenuity keeps pushing its limits – and keeps proving it has what it takes.
After two months with the Sonos Roam, it’s easy to see its strengths over the fancier, more expensive Move.
It’s 100 million years older than any insect we’ve seen before, all thanks to a scan on some fossilised Triassic era dinosaur droppings.
Putting simple, instant audio chat into Slack channels feels actually and deeply useful to getting things done in the virtual office.
Using advanced ptychography, Cornell University researchers have captured a picoscale image 3x better than the usual electron microscopy.
It isn’t “good for us”, it won’t fix itself, and weather isn’t climate. We bust the big myths wheeled out again and again by deniers.
The big report has arrived, and with no clear explanations we don’t have to say ‘aliens’ but we do have to take UFOs seriously.
The HyperX Origins 60 keyboard brings a convenient small form factor in a beautiful package with surprisingly little compromise.
With US government documents getting conspiracies buzzing again, we ask five space scientists: are aliens really out there?
We look at the technical – and the social – reasons why severe weather situations can impact on how well your Internet connection is working.
Your phone is reading your mind, but it’s because it’s getting all the data it needs without access to your microphone.
It’s not trying to AR or VR. It doesn’t have a camera. Don’t wear it walking around. With all that said, this wearable screen seems useful!