Featured by John Mahoney
Archive Gallery: Steve Jobs in the Pages of Popular Science, Over Three Decades
As one of America’s greatest innovators, Steve Jobs naturally found his way into the pages of Popular Science with great...
The Web’s Best Tributes to Steve Jobs
An interesting gauge of a person’s overall impact on our culture is now found immediately online, as the world learns...
Steve Jobs Has Died, Apple Confirms
Incredibly sad news from Apple just a matter of minutes ago: Steve Jobs has died today at the age of...
New Cars Make Me Feel Old
In which an admitted gadget nerd feels as confused as grandma when dealing with the modern automobile
Dyson Hot Review: Now We’re Innovating
By adding heat to its nifty, puzzling Air Multiplier bladeless fan, Dyson has found the most naturally useful application for its latest engineering trick
Meet NASA’s New Deep Space Rocket
The Space Launch System will be the next NASA-administered launch vehicle to take humans into Earth orbit and beyond
Today’s Must-Read: Getting Bin Laden, Minute-by-Minute
“Getting Bin Laden,” published in this week’s New Yorker and online today, has all the trappings of a Hollywood espionage...
Installing OS X Lion On Your Hackintosh
If you followed our three-part Hackintosh guide to put together a homemade Mac OS X machine of your own, you...
Dear NASA: Please Keep the Promise of Human Spaceflight Alive
Or, perhaps more accurately: Dear Congress: please fund NASA sufficiently. After witnessing first-hand the extraordinary act of putting humans into space this Friday, I've realized that the importance of our manned exploration of space transcends budgets and politics
Atlantis Successfully Lifts Off, Capping the 30-Year Space Shuttle Program and Blowing My Mind
Casting aside a week of ominous weather, space shuttle Atlantis successfully lifted off at 11:29 AM EST today from Kennedy...