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Get up close and personal with the gibbous moon in a search for the impact crater left behind by the biggest explosion from a meteorite impact seen on the lunar surface. This live show starts comes via the Slooh Space Camera and begins tonight at 6 p.m. PST/9 p.m. EST.
Tesla haters just lost another quiver in their dwindling arsenal. The upstart electric automaker has paid off the entirety of its Department of Energy loan -- a whopping $451.8M -- and did it nine years ahead of schedule.
For the first time, the Obama administration has acknowledged killing four Americans in drone strikes -- three of whom were killed accidentally.
Everyone was putting on a cheery face and plenty of back-slapping was going around, but there was no mistaking the feeling that the company was about to take a big gamble.
For most, Star Wars was about a band of rebels standing up to a totalitarian regime, but for others it was all about Luke Skywalker's pants, apparently.
Twitter just announced that it?s launched two-factor authentication for accounts.
Everyone knows about 3-D printed guns. Now a hobbyist from Tennessee has created 3-D printed shotgun slugs. Then his friend blasted away.
Wired sat down with Microsoft corporate vice president Phil Harrison to get some answers about Xbox One's still-murky feature set.
This is the Navy's MQ-4C Triton, its next-generation surveillance drone. It just flew its first flight test out in California. And it wants to scan 2,000 miles of ocean at once.
Tiny spiders with oversized rumps have been discovered in China. The little arachnids, each about a mm long, represent two new species of orb-weaving spider. They belong to the Mysmenidae family of orb-weavers, and were described on May 21 in the journal ZooKeys.
With just a few weeks to go until the release of Man of Steel, Warner Bros. has unleashed an action-packed new trailer to hype their Superman summer flick.
For those of you bemoaning the demise of Google Reader, fear not. Zite, the personalized news app, has stepped up to fill its place. At least partially.
An FBI interview with an Orlando man believed to have known Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev took a deadly and unclear turn early this morning.
Designers love creating homages to their favorite Disney characters (e.g., turning the iconic princesses into zombies and hipsters), but if they ever tried to sell those designs they would be faced with a foe scarier than Cruella de Vil ? Disney's legal department.
Freelance innkeepers across New York City shuddered this week as a judge found that a man renting out his East Village apartment on Airbnb was violating the state's occupancy code. The decision isn't the first time that city and state laws in New York have stymied the so-called sharing economy.
Wired talked with Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz about how bringing the Bluths to Netflix allowed him to do things that never would have been possible on network TV.
Many a game designer has left messages etched permanently in the data of our games, buried deep within the code and not intended to be seen by us.
Caleb Cole loves used clothing. His mom used to take him to thrift shops and yard sales long before Brooklyn hipsters and Macklemore made it cool. Over the years he's come across some amazing vintage goods and always wondered about the original owners. Who were they? What did their lives look like?
You can think of it as an ATM for Bitcoins. For a few glorious days this past weekend, on a conference center floor in San Jose, California, the Robocoin machine dished out thousands of dollars in exchange for Bitcoins, the world's most popular digital currency. The two brothers who built the thing -- Mark and John Russell, of Las Vegas -- are still trying to figure out what to do with this contraption. But one thing's certain: They don't want to operate it on their own. Mark Russell isn't even sure if it's legal.
By all rights, Star Trek Into Darkness should be a really good movie. The acting is superb. The core cast established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in 2009, and they've only gotten better. Unfortunately, Into Darkness is wrestling with way, way too much story for one movie.