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This Guy Is Trying to Sell His Homemade Nuclear Reactor
A college student in New Zealand tried to sell a “potential” nuclear reactor on a local version of Craigslist. The young man ...
Trump Wants to Trade New F-35s for Tech From the Bronze Age
President Trump wants to divert nearly $4 billion in military spending away from equipment programs to build his wall along ...
Will We One Day Fly in This 'Blended Wing' Airplane? Airbus Built a Prototype To Find Out.
Airbus has released a new prototype for a “giant flying wing” that could revolutionize commercial flight. The MAVERIC ...
This Mining Truck Will Be the World's Largest Electric Vehicle
The world's biggest electric vehicle—a 45-ton mining dump truck dubbed the eDumper—may have to cede its throne. A hybrid ...
We Just Got Our Best Look Yet at the Quantum Internet of the Future
Quantum entanglement has mystified physicists for more than a century and is the cornerstone of quantum communication.
NASA's Four Possible Planetary Missions Stretch Across the Solar System
The solar system is calling, and we must go. NASA has selected four proposed missions, spread out across the solar system, ...
The Best Handheld Vacuums for Cleaning Up Your Home or Workshop
Today’s hand vacuum has its origins in the Apollo space mission. Black & Decker engineered a small battery-powered model for ...
Which Is Better: Xbox One or PlayStation 4?
If you’re in the market for a new gaming system and just joining this console generation, you might be a little lost. At this ...
The 6 Best Gaming Laptops of 2020
Gaming technology has seen incredible leaps and bounds in the past decade. Not that long ago, a laptop for serious gaming was ...
The Best Smart Locks for Your Home or Rental Property
Smart locks—or smart deadbolts, more accurately—can automatically lock and unlock doors for you, allow you to check whether ...
Your USB-C Charger Is More Powerful Than Apollo 11's Computer
The charger currently juicing up your MacBook Pro is probably more powerful than the Apollo 11's onboard computer that guided ...
Space Is Getting Pretty Crowded, So NASA Better Build a New Antenna
NASA broke ground on a radio antenna—what’s soon to be the newest component of the agency’s Deep Space Network—in Goldstone, California on February 11. The Deep Space Network is an array of antennas ...