Russian astronauts have discovered a type of sea plankton clinging to the exterior of their International Space Station.
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Slovenian archaeologist Ivan Sprajc and his team found not one, but three lost Mayan cities deep in the jungles of Mexico.
Whether or not it counts as spying, what Google’s up to is pretty supremely creepy: on their location tracking website, you can find a map of where exactly you and your cellphone have traveled.
Is this shadowy figure spotted on the surface of the moon an alien or just a figment of our imaginations?
Seeing which countries these cables circumvent really puts into perspective who does and doesn’t matter to big nations and corporations.
25-year-old Meredith Perry had a revelation: chargers totally suck. So she figured out a way to liberate humanity from its wall-anchored shackles.
If you’ve ever been to McDonald’s, you’ve been asked if you’d like “fries with that.” Well, soon, a robot may be the one doing the asking.
Some people believe that living on the moon should be man’s next frontier. But can we afford it?
If you’ve ever owned an iPhone, odds are you’ve Googled the phrase “iPhone slow” in hopes of exorcising your smartphone of those sluggish demons that seem to possess it. And one sleuth discovered a trend in the search.