Science & Technology
As one of just a few hundred limited-edition bikes produced by Cerv?lo's Project California division, the RCA is a neatly packaged compendium of its creator's two-decades-deep body of engineering knowledge.
How many rings do you see in this new image of the galaxy Messier 94, also known as NGC 4736? While at first glance one might see a number of them, astronomers believe there is just one. This image was captured in infrared light by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.
Beach nourishment projects will restore shorelines but require expensive upkeep and affect ecosystems; federal taxpayers will foot the bill.
Hurricane Sandy left the parks department with the onerous task of having the beach ready for a Memorial Day weekend opening.
A report cautioned that government wiretapping of the Internet could pose “serious security risks” to users.
The company is scheduled to go to trial in June over the Justice Department’s accusation that it conspired with five publishing houses to fix prices on electronic books.
If researchers prove the Assad regime is closely tied to the Syrian Electronic Army, foreign governments may choose to respond, because the attacks have real-world consequences.
Refining Canada’s petroleum-soaked oil sands produces petroleum coke, and the question of what to do with it has found at least one answer in Detroit, where a large coke pile covers an entire city block.
The New York Times Company was a victim of online attacks earlier this week that slowed down The New York Times Web site and limited access to content.
From <em>S.H.I.E.L.D.</em> to <em>Downton'</em>s <em>Dracula</em>: 10 New TV Shows to Check Out This Fall
This week, the broadcast TV networks announced their new shows for the 2013/2014 TV season. If you're overwhelmed by the choice, here are ten to watch.
The search company’s executive chairman is part of a group of business executives advising Prime Minister David Cameron on economic issues.
Here’s a radical proposal: Don’t check your e-mail tomorrow morning. Instead, devote a designated period of uninterrupted time to a task that really matters.
Darpa is ending its experiment with small, close-flying spacecraft, but that doesn't mean the concept is dead.
Some simple photo apps can turn ordinary photos into quirky works of art — converting images into colored bubbles or warping them like a funhouse mirror.
The military doesn't want to take sexual assault cases out of the chain of command. But as scandals compile and Congress prepares to act, it may have to.
Wired senior editor Peter Rubin joins me to explore two Electronic Arts announcements that might prove quite telling of gaming's future.
One shot confers lifetime protection and the “booster shot” given at 10 years is no longer necessary, the World Health Organization said.
So, there's a new trailer for director Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim. However, on another YouTube channel not so far away, there's also a new, not as sleek but equally entertaining trailer for Atlantic Rim ? the mockbuster by The Asylum. How do they stack up? Let's find out.
Star Trek Into Darkness costume designer Michael Kaplan readily admits that he wasn?t a Star Trek fan prior to being hired for the 2009 reboot. Still, with iconic sci-fi movies like Blade Runner and Armageddon under his belt, he was confident he could capture and improve the look of Starfleet, updating the occasionally clunky aesthetic of the original series into something long-time fans would still recognize and appreciate: ?I certainly want to please Trekkies.?