SpaceX has been kind enough to release this two-minute supercut of its Falcon 9 rocket launches in the gloriously high-def 4K format. I hope your connection's up to it, because 4K space porn is the best kind of space porn.
If Lenin ever leaps out of his coffin and starts singin' nukes at Rhode Island, this is how America will seek her justice: a nuclear-tipped Minuteman III rocket, aimed straight down Moscow's throat. Will it work? Watch and see!
Today marks one year since Atlantis roared on Launch Pad 39A en route to the International Space Station. It was the last of the 135 launches in the history of the space shuttle program. Here is an amazing video that shows them all at the same time.
The folks at BGR have stumbled upon some documents that allegedly detail basic first steps and prep work for a Best Buy iPhone 5 launch in the first week of October. We'll add this evidence to the growing pile. Updated.
The dwindling iMac stock we talked about earlier in the week does in fact appear to be related to a refresh, as further reports all but indicate a change is coming—and could arrive as early as next week.
Mere days ago (two, specifically), the UK caught wind of the much ballyhooed, but oft not seen white iPhone 4. It might ship next week! Exciting, if you're into white smartphones, but what of the U.S. market?
Wavejet, a low-powered motor system that fits into a traditional-sized surfboard and could change the way surfers catch waves (or at least how quickly), has exited the pipedream phase with a big launch in Orlando. Cue the purist moaning...now!
Hey-O! A Sony marketing countdown clock begins counting down...and the speculation ends before it begins: The site's "x10"-laden source code has revealed this to be, most likely, the upcoming Xperia x10, running Android.
If we ignore, just for a moment, all the issues purportedly plaguing the iPhone 4 launch and look at simple numbers (like the purported 600,000 phones sold on day one), who, exactly, was buying this thing? The results? Here:
That's the Air Force's super-secret unmanned X-37B space plane hitching a ride on an Atlas V rocket yesterday. No one knows what its mission is. Or even when it's coming back.
Turns out, Apple's veil of secrecy applies internally, as well. Former engineer Edward Eigerman spoke with Bloomberg News this morning about the atmosphere at the company before a major product launch—turns out, it's not all wine and roses.
Sony Style has posted a teaser on its front page promising that the company's going to drop some knowledge on Monday at 9PM. Chances are, it's about Sony's new Centrino 2-based VAIO line, which should offer better performance while consuming less power than its older models. Laptops rumored to be featured include the…
Some people waiting in line have gone all out to show their love for Nintendo (see the guy with controllers all over his shirt from earlier), and some are just trying to survive until midnight so they can get their Wiis and get the hell away from Times Square. Both groups have their own certain charm, and part of the…
Yes, this is the man they call Triforce, the guy who's been here in Times Square for an excruciating 9 days, on and off. "They kicked me off the line like 5 times, saying you can't be on this block." But my friends, Triforce persisted. "I was tired of getting skipped at other console launches. I haven't been that…