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Google Street View just unveiled its new camera—and it looks like an owl
The device will hit the streets in 2023 and work alongside the company’s existing cohort of cameras.
What it would take for cars to actually fly
Since the 1800s, inventors have struggled to design a hybrid craft that could traverse both earth and sky—but flying cars might soon get a new lift.
From the archives: A forecast on artificial intelligence, from the 1980s and beyond
In the February 1989 issue of Popular Science, we dove deep in the reemerging projects developing 'brain-style' computers and their futures in the next two decades.
These seawater-sipping robots use drifting genes to make ocean guest logs
A fleet of autonomous swimming robots use ESP to gather clues about what animals last passed by.
The dangers of digital health monitoring in a post-Roe world
From using period-tracking apps to typing into web browsers, here's what to keep in mind.
How to reset glitchy Mac apps
Don't let macOS prevent you from starting fresh.
AI can help fight climate change—but it can also make it worse
The technology could be a crucial tool for scientists and policymakers.
The NY Bight could write the book on how we build offshore wind farms in the future
The record-breaking ocean lease will power close to 2 million homes. But it also has the potential to improve supply and labor chains in the US.
A unique new ‘Nettuno’ engine powers this $212,000 Maserati
What it's like behind the wheel of Maserati MC20, an exciting new supercar from the storied Italian brand.
The French military has three beastly new vehicles
They are the Griffon, the Jaguar, and the Serval, and each of them is capable of deploying a smokescreen.