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Meat is a rarity in space. It's difficult to transport, and raising livestock in orbit is out of the question. But what if we could grow meat without animals?
Home workout equipment is in the midst of a technological revolution, and now that the pandemic has forced gyms to close, it is accelerating rapidly.
Most of the universe is made up of dark matter and dark energy, two things scientists have never detected directly. How do we study what we can't detect?
Frictionless experiences have long been a top priority for interface designers, but the war on friction has led to some unintended consequences
Security cameras that have color night vision provide a clearer picture to users and give details that can help identify thieves to the police.
Sony’s new console has lots of titles on the way. Here’s what we can’t wait to see.
Lost languages like Linear A have confounded researchers for decades, but as artificial intelligence advances, could technology crack the case?
The arrival of a new iPhone this week means more crazy stress test videos are just around the corner. Here are our picks of the best from over the years.
Can a machine be creative? Many would argue no — it's the programmer who is being creative. But with Aida, making that distinction isn't so easy
People have been training A.I. to write movie scripts for years, but this one is different. It showcases just how far A.I. creativity has come.
Geoengineers say we could slow global warming by spraying reflective particles in the stratosphere — but doing so could also have unintended consequences.
The launch window for Microsoft's Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S might be light, but there’s some exciting stuff in the pipeline.
From the ashes of big AR startups like Magic Leap and Daqri, Envisics hopes to deliver the world's first truly useful augmented reality system -- in your car.
Bionic prosthetics often cost upward of $100,000. But through the power of collaboration, engineers think they can build one for a tenth of that price.
As smartphone sizes exploded, more than half of the population was left wondering how they were going to use the new super-sized devices.
Pixelor isn't just a Pictionary-playing A.I. -- it's a groundbreaking new tool that's helping us teach machines to understand human intentions
Manually installing sensors in every nook and cranny of Earth's surface would take eons. But what if we enlisted the help of our insect friends?
Approaching 40 years since the CD made its debut, the strange thing about CDs is how they have largely faded from our nostalgic consciousness.
Deepfake technology has great potential for both good and bad, but creators say the negatives are being overblown while the positives are being overlooked.
The co-directors of Pixar's animated movie Soul explain how music and mathematics shaped the film's tone and its depiction of the afterlife.
Patricia Summersett is a voice actress perhaps best known as the voice of Princess Zelda in Breath of the Wild. This is her story.
Apple has given no official statement on a HomePod Mini, but the rumor mills are churning with information on its design, pricing, and availability.
Apple claims its decision to discontinue shipping charger bricks with new iPhones was ecologically motivated. But how much of an impact will it really have?
The recent release of iOS 14 brought with it changes to the layout and user interface of HomeKit that make it a stronger competitor.
Margrethe Vestager isn't afraid of going toe-to-toe with Silicon Valley's most powerful companies and ruthlessly enforcing antitrust laws.
From its more populated world to its interesting elemental abilities, there are a few key ways in which Genshin Impact improves upon Breath of the Wild.
To find out more about how to identify and track asteroids approaching Earth, and how global cooperation can keep our planet safe, we spoke to an expert.
A revolutionary new fire-retardant gel could help choke fires out before they happen -- if only we could deploy it widely enough
Astrophysicists obviously can't create two planets and crash them together in the real world, so they've figured out a way to do it virtually,