The Space Shuttle Atlantis is on descent and the Space Program will close its doors after more than 40 years since its conception. Here's how you can track its final approach and landing.
Space Shuttle Atlantis is in final preparation for liftoff--fueling is underway as of this writing--but weather may halt the launch.
Plus: Adobe releases fixes to prevent identity theft.
An eyeball reader on your smartphone? Advances in biometrics--and other authentication technologies--could help keep your personal information safer.
NASA's final Space Shuttle launch is just around the corner, and the STS-135 astronauts are getting ready to make history. Plus: Find out how to follow the final Space Shuttle launch.
Build your own hovercraft cheaply and easily in as little as 1, 2, 3 (or so).
Bre Pettis from MakerBot prints Stephen Colbert's head in plastic--even giving him wings! Plus: Some more fun stuff from the Thingverse community.
Control your dog and tell it where to go; no training necessary!
You don't have to go to the club anymore--this Kinect hack brings the techno light show to your living room.
Students from the University of Washington made their inkjet printer--and now you can, too!
You may soon be flying around in your own jetpack; the Martin Jetpack is in the final stages of testing and almost ready to be shipped after almost 30 years of R&D.
Update: NASA's Endeavour wraps up its final mission in space; only one Space Shuttle mission remains before the program ends.
Any geek knows about the AT-AT Walker, but the military and GE had a working one before Star Wars was even made.
The Shuttle is retiring, but NASA is bringing back the Apollo-, Mercury-, and Gemini-style capsules for manned deep-space travel.
Got an Arduino board laying around? Make your own oscilloscope in only four steps. It might be the geekiest DIY project ever.