technologyThe Air Force is moving ahead with awarding a contract to replace the wings on another 120 A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft to keep the airplanes in the skies until at least 2025.
technologyNASA's Terry Fong, head of the Intelligent Robotics Group, talks about the agency's autonomous robot efforts and the future of bots in space.
technologyRebecca Ford (Live ops and community director) and Steve Sinclair (creative director) of Digital Extremes uncover some unsolved mysteries of the Warframe universe. Music courtesy of Digital Extremes
technologyAs far as mass entertainment goes, giant robots smashing each other should be a sure bet. Turns out, there are a lot of kinks to work out first.
technologyArs Technica's Sam Machkovech visits Microsoft for a first-hand look at the company's new controller that focuses on accessibility.
technologyFootage of the Java Sea shipwreck. Pacific Sea Resources, Inc.
technologyThe German military has suffered a number of recent embarrassing setbacks, including a shortage Typhoon Fighters.
technologyLanders have explored the surface of Mars in unique ways, but InSight will be the first mission to go below the surface and take the vital signs of the planet.
technologyDirectors Tommy Pallotta and Femke Wolting discuss the lessons they learned about artificial intelligence while filming their documentary More Human Than Human.
technologyRemember Polaroids? The Nintendo Entertainment System? Portable record players? Kids who have never seen any of these nostalgic pieces of 80s technology try their best to figure out how they work.
technologyOn April 13th, the United States, France, and the United Kingdom launched the largest barrage of cruise missiles since the opening of the Gulf War.
technologyAnnalee Newitz chats with Brad DeLong about the tech boom and the fate of democracy.