A campaign to stop overfishing features photos of celebs in their birthday suits, cuddling up with marine creatures to draw attention to overfishing. It’s safe for work, unless your boss hates fish.
Because there’s no way to fix things 140 million miles away, the Mars rovers have to be able to prevent their own accidents as they drill. It’s technology that now is being imported back from space to help ensure safer oil drilling on Earth.
The fiscal cliff deal restored an important tax break (though one much smaller than, say, the oil and gas industry). But will the late timing of the deal mean that the damage is already done?
The new piezoelectric cooling jet uses current to cool the computer, instead of a fan. Which means there is no fan to whirr loudly, no fan to break, and no fan to take up a lot of space.
Discovering when people are secretly testing nuclear bombs (we’re looking at you North Korea) is a good thing. It turns out our massive space exploration technology is pretty good at that, too.
Evenly spaced stations might look good on a map, but they’re a total lie. A new design for the Boston subway map incorporates the length of your potential trip.
As the tech world creates more and more young millionaires, the question is: How will they give back? The Facebook founder’s recent donations give some hints, and it’s clear that others are following his model.