Artist Mark Rademaker stirred hopes of geeks everywhere recently when he released way cool depictions of a faster-than-light starship based on the ideas of NASA physicist Harold White.
The first Russian female cosmonaut to visit the International Space Station criticised journalists for focusing on her …
Japanese robotics company iXs Research Corp. unveiled a new robot with a built-in car navigation system, which is also able to scold drivers wanting to drive while drunk. The robot comes in the shape of a teddy bear. It is 1 foot tall and can …
Two years after announcing that he had begun research on a faster-than-light ship, a NASA scientist has revealed renderings of what the warp drive might actually look like (via io9). The resulting drawings, a collaboration between …
Science fiction writers have theorised for years about what a warp drive engine would sound like and how it would work and now we have an image of what a space craft capable of warp speeds would look like. 3D artist Mark Rademaker has …
At the time, The Australian Financial Review speculated the win would be worth up to $600 million in future tax benefits, but interest charges had pushed the payout far higher. The Tax Office was deciding whether to appeal against the …
These are external links and will open in a new window Tourism Minister Fergus Ewing has outlined action being taken to attract visitors to the Borders. He was asked by Conservative MSP John Lamont what the Scottish government's …
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This initiative allows the AMS-IX Internet Exchanges (IXs) in the Bay Area, Chicago and New York to utilize PacketFabric’s network technology solution, enabling accessibility to AMS-IX from an additional 130 locations on top of the existing …
According to CloudFlare, the attack on these networks was in excess of 300Gbps, and further attacks "risk overwhelming the systems that link together the internet itself", referring to the internet exchanges (IXs) that many high-tier ISPs use …
The last scheduled launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery has been set for February 24 at 16:50 Eastern time. You can keep up with the latest info and NASA’s launch blog on their Shuttle website. The launch will be live, as usual, on …