NASA straps its first laser communications system onto its next moon-exploring satellite.
We interviewed people at Samsung's Time Square event to see what they thought of the Galaxy S 4.
The first graphene-based audio speaker easily outperforms a pair of commercial headphones.
Chile is home to a new, powerful radio telescope array. Here’s what it can do.
Ben Heck starts ripping apart consoles, Peeps get tortured, and other stuff you missed.
A team of Japanese scientists has created 581 cloned mice from clones of clones.
Prepare to feel squeamish: A man has had 75 percent of his skull replaced with a 3D-printed implant.
Google Glass app InSight identifies friends based on the clothes they are wearing.
A couple weeks ago, we covered a combination nightmare situation with monkeys that can control robot arms. If you thought things couldn’t possibly get any worse, Brown University researchers have figured out a way to let monkeys control computers wirelessly.
RetroN 4 plays NES, SNES, Genesis and GBA carts on your HDTV.
Raspberry Pi’s first birthday, how much Wikipedia weighs in book form, and other stuff you missed.
Raspberry Pi announces a hackers competition for 10 early versions of its $25 camera add-on.
Umbrellas don’t work with skydiving, Star Trek art, and other stories you missed.
HP embeds augmented reality videos inside physical photographs.
Hackers build a chair with a DRM system that causes the chair to self-destruct after eight uses.