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As the Mac turns 30, we sit down with some of its earliest fans.
A nine-year project to land the $2.5 billion Curiosity Rover on Mars came down to seven nail-biting minutes.
Salvage efforts were pushed to the limit after the Costa Concordia ran aground — and things could get harder as a new generation of monster vessels.
With technology borrowed from submarines, a scrappy California company is attempting to resurrect a centurylong dream of building huge airships to carry freight—and people—across the skies
Video arcades climbed to the top of the entertainment pile in the 1980s. Alas, like Donkey Kong at the end of each level, they fell dramatically…
A trip to Belize reveals otherworldly vistas and even the remote chance of seeing a jaguar. What’s guaranteed, however, is spectacular birdlife.
The Confounding Debate Over Lyme Disease in the South
AMID A LIFE OF SHARP TRANSITIONS, AN IRAQ WAR VET FINDS TRANQUILITY IN THE SWING OF AN ICE TOOL THE WAR FORCED YOU TO CHOOSE ON A DAILY BASIS BETWEEN
ADDRESSING FUNCTIONAL DISCONNECTION IN OUR KIDS
The answers to the most nagging, fascinating, and bizarre questions of the summer movie season
From brainstorming new ideas to getting things done, the iPad is a natural at the office
The neuroscience of unpredictable love.
Picture two friends, Sally and Anne, having a drink .
From ancient ice to hidden lakes, new research reveals the frozen continent as never before. Two discover writers take you there.
You know what foods you like. But why? That's always been one of the toughest questions in perception research. Now psychologists and others, from Ivy League labs to the U.S. Army, are serving up fresh answers