You don't know what you got 'til it's gone
A.I. will be your nurse, your teacher, and more
The first episode in our new series with XPRIZE
And it won't come soon enough
Time for a reality check
What We May See From The Car Company
Join author Kashmir Hill in our first-ever Digg Dialog
The X-47B is a technological testbed, the failures of which teach researchers just as much as the successes.
The U.S. military is drowning in data. This is how to save it from the flood
No 'mass exodus,' but hard choices ahead for U.S. astronaut corps
Slouching toward JFK
According to Ray Kurzweil, the Singularity is a point at which man will become one with machine and then live eternally—which makes Singularity University, a nine-week academic retreat named for the concept, sound a little cultish. Our writer traveled west to investigate and found 40 stunningly sane brainiacs out to change the world.
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What the "future" of supersonic air travel looked like in 1975
The most ambitious weapons program in Army history calls for a whole new arsenal of connected gear, from helicopter drones to GPS-guided missiles. But what happens if the network that links it all isn't ready?
NASA: Space-plane bidder puts winglets on vintage capsule design.
The Embassy brings Popular Science's vision of future air travel to life.