Ride along with stunt pilot Jeff Boerboon as he practices his death-defying air show tricks.
Low levels of laser light could activate stem cells that stimulate the body to repair itself.
Indian scientists confirm nature’s first (partially) metal-plated syringe in a common parasitic wasp.
Marcus Weller’s Skully AR-1 helmet features a heads-up display that streams a rear-view camera into the rider’s field of view.
We take a test-mow on a zero-turn Husqvarna lawnmower with push-button start.
At age 19, Luckey unveiled the first affordable system that would allow users to explore three-dimensional digital worlds. Oculus Rift turned him into a tech rock starand then Facebook came calling.
British satellite company Inmarsat makes its data public, but that information won’t answer lingering questions about why investigators can’t find the jet.
Resurrecting an old inline eight is about more than putting parts together. Its a way for gearheads to share a project close to their automotive hearts.
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History was kind to the last BMW motorcycle concept unveiled
at the Villa d’Este Concourso d’Eleganza: The Concept Ninety, whose brawny
retro style endeared it to crowds and critics, spun off into a production
version soon thereafter dubbed the R NineT. Pleasingly, the bike that hit showrooms delivered a reasonably honest
interpretation of the concept bike’s café racer-inspired style. The great thing
about that presto-change-o switch-up from mockup to reality? Unlike production cars (which tend to take
forever and a day to develop), this transformation required less than a
At an economic forum in Russia, European, Russian and Indian space industry leaders plead to keep international tensions from scuttling joint programs and business arrangements. Missing? NASA and U.S. space companies.
Instead of another tie, encourage your dad’s interest in science this Father’s Day with these clever gifts for science enthusiasts.
A glimpse behind the scenes of MINI’s latest concept reveals how technology works in tandem with hand craftsmanship.
Compressed nitrogen tanks, $400 nuts, pneumatic guns that can change a tire in four second, and more gear of the Indy 500 pit crews.
Tiny two-dimensional rovers could be the key to exploring the most exciting places in our solar system.
Director Bryan Singer returns to the franchise he once abandoned and delivers the biggest, baddest time-traveling superhero extravaganza anyone has ever seen.
We spent the past two weeks buzzing our colleagues and crashing these remote-controlled choppers into bookshelves. Now that we’re done terrorizing the office, let’s take a closer look at two of our favorite RC helicopters from World Tech Toys.
Carl Hoffmans new book is Savage Harvest: A Tale of Cannibals, Colonialism, and Michael Rockefellers Tragic Quest for Primitive Art. Here, he shows us all the gear he packs to visit Afghanistan, New Guinea, and more remote and wild lo
Pro tip: If you’re busted for speeding by Italy’s Polizia di Stato, and the blue lights in your rearview are attached to this, just pull over. You’ve already lost.
Some fans of IndyCar racing might have a hard time picking drivers’ faces out of a lineup, but chances are they could probably recognize the distinctive designs of a driver’s custom-painted helmet.