James MulroyContributor, PCWorld

James is a self-proclaimed rocket scientist, a student, and an amateur-professional foodie who likes long walks on the beach and experimental pyrotechnics.

New MakerBot Prints Cool Stuff; We've Got Photos

The new MakerBot Replicator can do some cool stuff with its single and double extruders. Read on for plenty of photos of the new 3D printer and examples of what it can create.

Qubeey Brings Your Favorite Social Networks (And More) to Your Desktop

Qubeey lets you get at your social networks without using a Web browser, but it's much more than that. We check it out at CES.

Supermassive Black Holes Are 10 Billion Times More Massive Than the Sun

Researchers have found two record breaking supermassive black holes that cover an area 200 times the orbit of Earth.

Cells Race End to End in a Petri Dish

Cells race in a Petri dish to help researchers learn about cell migration in cancer and other bodily functions

Scientists Discover Strange New 'Species' of Galaxy Unlike Any Ever Seen

This newly discovered type of galaxy is like nothing astronomers have ever seen--mainly because you can't see them with the naked eye.

NASA Declares SolarSail-D 'Mission Complete'

Over a year after launch, NASA's mission that studied the effects of orbital decay comes to an end.

CPU Wars Is the Geekiest Card Game Ever

My CPU beats your CPU with this card game idea that's up for funding on Kickstarter.

Researchers Print Scaffolds for New Bones...With a Friggin' Inkjet

If you need a bone, 3D-printed scaffold replacements may be around in the next 1-2 decades.

Carrier IQ Rootkit Reportedly Logs Everything On Millions Of Phones [Updated]

UPDATED x2: Millions of phones may be at risk from a secret data logging software that's on nearly every Android, Blackberry, and Nokia phone out there, according to a researcher. References to it also reportedly found in iOS.

Portal Becomes A Reality--Sort of--With This Kickstarter Project

A new device allows you to jump from one world to another through a portal and interact with others on the other side of the planet.

Lucky Supermarkets Of California Finds Tampered Card Readers

Customers aren't so lucky: A California supermarket chain found compromised card readers in twenty of their stores.

Robot Prison Guards Will Creepily Monitor Prisoners

They're not quite robot overlords, but new robot prison guards will soon help human guards monitor inmates in South Korea.

Geek Up Your Holiday With Lego Ornaments

Build your own geeky Lego ornaments this holiday season with these easy-to-follow instruction guides.

NASA Prepares for Mars Rover Launch: Here's How You Can Watch

Curiosity, NASA's most sophisticated Mars rover yet, is set to lift off this week. Here's how you can stay tuned and watch.

Give Your Kid the Building Blocks of Life: Giant DNA Plush Dolls

Who says that learning and playing can't be the same thing? Biochemies DNA plush dolls encourage the pursuit of science while your kid thinks they're just playing with dolls.