Last one to exascale is a second-rate world power
A giant supercomputer is making massively detailed models of the cosmos.
Get ready for the first complete synthetic human brain, moon mining, and much more
Guest starring Titan, Saturn's largest moon
Catch up on all the tech news you missed while trying to stay warm.
How a dedicated crew sets their watches to Mars time and drives Mars rover Opportunity from 100 million miles away
How humans have parachuted, retro-rocketed, and otherwise smashed really expensive equipment into faraway planetary bodies
Still no sailing on Titan's methane lakes
Who will sit in the giant Acer gaming throne once winter comes?
The race heats up to replace the jet turbine with a more efficient source of Mach-breaking airpower: the pulse-detonation engine.
In the event of some horrible accident, which bionic parts would I want replacing my own?
The biggest trends, good and bad, shaping robotics right now
The 31st annual Best of What's New awards.
The system you keep in your head probably isn't cutting it.
What about the balloons?
If (or, as some would say,_ when_) humans make contact with alien intelligence, the scientists who devote their careers to the search will be our first point of contact. Here, we look at the history of one of humankind's most persistent fascinations
Oak Ridge National Labs has deployed what should be the world's fastest supercomputer when the world's petaflops are tabulated next month, and it is dedicated to open science.
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