Lift Off for Space Tourism Balloon
High-altitude balloon and capsule would take tourists to the edge of space.
by Irish Independent
Watch This Grenade-Launching Tiny Killer Robot Tank
Can ‘assist’ in anything from camera surveillance to launching grenades.
by Bloomberg News

Over 300,000 Servers Still Exposed To Hackers Through Heartbleed Bug
309,197 servers have yet to be patched to protect against the bug..
by Josh Evans
Is The Hoverbike About to Become Reality?
Those childhood dreams of doing the commute on a Star Wars Speeder Bike might be possible if a revolutionary hoverbike design takes off.
by Jack Stewart

White House Orders Creation of 'Pollinator Health Task Force' to 'Protect Bees'
Barack Obama has created a team to study ways of preserving bee populations, amid mounting concern over the insect’s decline
by Harriet Alexander
Great white shark numbers are surging
Scientists behind the study attribute the resurgence to conservation efforts.
by PATRICK WHITTLE

Salamanders May Hold the Key to Regrowing Human Limbs, Study Finds
For a salamander, the loss of a limb isn’t a terrible event.
by Loren Grush
U.S. Military Blocks Infowars.com
Website censored for over 700,000 active duty servicemembers worldwide.
by Paul Joseph Watson


Computers Will Be Like Humans by 2029: Google's Ray Kurzweil
Kurzweil: “I’m talking about emotional intelligence…”
by Cadie Thompson
Cellphone Exposure May Harm Male Fertility
Carrying cell phones in pants pockets may harm sperm, reduce virility.
by HealthDay News

Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Offer Hope In Malaria Fight
“Once modified mosquitoes are introduced, males will start to produce mainly sons, and their sons will do the same..”
by Kate Kelland
NASA Installs Space Laser On ISS, Uses It To Transmit High-speed Data Back to Earth
If we ever want a real-time video feed from the surface of Mars…
by Sebastian Anthony

A Computer Has Reportedly Passed The Turing Test For The First Time
A computer program named “Eugene Goostman” has convinced a third of human judges into thinking it is a 13-year-old boy.
by Michael B. Kelley
‘Beast’ Asteroid That Will Buzz By Earth Big Enough To Wipe Out A City
Observers assure us that there is no chance of a collision.
by CBS Tampa

Traces of Another World Found On the Moon
Scientists find pieces of alien planet on Moon, suggesting it was formed by a cataclysmic collision.
by Pallab Ghosh
You Can’t Break Copyright By Looking At Something Online, Europe’s Top Court Rules
It may seem obvious, but it’s a ruling that puts to rest a genuine debate in Europe over the limits of copyright law.
by Gigaom