The tree kangaroo may have shrunken hind legs, but hey, at least it can walk backwards unlike regular roos. Oh, also: It can plummet out of trees and not suffer the consequences.
WIRED asks a group of seniors what they think about Amazon Echo. Can they stump our new favorite digital assistant, Alexa?
If humans are going to get to Mars, they're going to need rockets with some serious liftoff power. NASA’s Space Launch System is the most powerful rocket in the world and engineers are going to blast it, for testing purposes, of course.
NASA started a blaze aboard the unmanned Orbital ATK Cygnus cargo vehicle. It’s the Spacecraft Fire Experiment. Seriously, that’s exactly what NASA is calling it.
Mozzeria is a 100 percent deaf owned and operated pizzeria in a crowded San Francisco restaurant scene. So to stay afloat, it relies on a remarkable technology.
Mike Seymour goes behind the visual effects in Central Intelligence used to de-age The Rock and Kevin Hart into high school, teenaged versions of themselves. Weta digital puts the The Rock’s face onto Vine star Sione’s body for an amazing locker room shower dance scene you won’t want to miss.
A video rendering of an electric autonomous shuttle dropping Buckeyes off at work.
Siri is the most important feature coming to your Mac this fall, so of course we put it to the test.
Need to inspect a piping hot boiler? Why send a human in there, when you can send a drone instead.
Armed with 20 gallons of liquid nitrogen, Brent Rose super freezes objects the Internet has never seen frozen and uses a Phantom high-speed camera to record their destruction in super slo-motion.