Disasters aren’t funny. But sometimes they’re kinda silly.
They say the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, but for JUICE—a European Space Agency-led, Jupiter-bound probe scheduled to launch in 2022—the quickest route will involve a rather convoluted journey requiring four gravitational assists with three different planets.
The latest startup to “catch Silicon Valley’s eye” is a company called Juicero that’s selling, essentially, a $700 Keurig for organic cold-pressed juice. Even though it offers the kind of overpriced, niche gizmo you’d find in a Hammacher Schlemmer catalog, the company is flush with $120 million in investment capital.…
Juicero—billed as a Keurig for fresh juice—is the talk of the Valley. The company launched today after raising $12o million. It also looks like a Nest Protect that shits juice.
This week had no dearth of great apps to download, which are the best kind of weeks. We got a new one from Facebook of arguable usefulness (as is tradition), job hunting gets app-ified, and the live streaming craze comes to Windows Phone. There’s lots to get through. Let’s get to it.
Jupiter's icy moon Europa is perhaps the most tantalizing destination in our solar system. Scientists have been trying for years to kickstart a mission to Jupiter's most enigmatic moon, with very Earth-like concerns over costs keeping missions grounded until now.
Screw juicing or making kale smoothies, here's the next big trend in what to drink: turning fruit and vegetables into juice with underwater shockwaves. The outside of the vegetable look the same after the explosion but the inside has turned into juice. Just stick a straw in and enjoy.
A team of Stanford scientists recently made a breakthrough. After years of trying to create a new generation of lithium-ion batteries that use energy-efficient silicon to hold a charge, they found the secret to the winning design in an unlikely place: pomegranates.
Could there be life on one of Jupiter's moons? The European Space Agency is hoping to find out.
I hate hydrating, and I'm getting fat from all the Sierra Mist I'm drinking. Bottled just water isn't refreshing enough. That's why I want this cheap, practical gadget that makes adding all-natural juice flavors to my Evian a cinch.
Jack LaLanne wasn't just a fitness guru. Mere fitness gurus don't tow 70 rowboats—while handcuffed—at age 70. Jack was a powerhouse. He died today, at 96. But not before eating and lifting his way through exercise gear history.
HyperMac, our favorite external batteries, just updated the Hypermac Mini and Macro with charging support for the iPad and iPhone 4. Batteries are boring but HyperMacs are great. Plus you can express yourself through 10 different color choices!
You know what's infinitely better than a carton of Tropicana? A carton of boozy Tropicana, of course. And if you've got $10 and two days, Spike Your Juice's magic powder will make that happen.
HyperMac, our favorite brand of precious-extra-juice-giving external batteries, has updated their line to offer 10W USB charging of the iPad. The four capacities will give your tablet a total run time ranging from 34 to 99 hours. Yes, that'll do.
With more smartphones being sold than ever before, it's not surprising to see plenty of innovative chargers being designed for the battery-guzzlers. This "Juice" model not only charges phones, but AA and AAA batteries too.
If I told you I was going to buy you a Juice Camera, what would you expect to see under the tree at Christmas? A camera shaped like a juice box? How did you know?
Mophie's wraparound battery extenders for the first iPhone provided some relief to incessant browsers and movie-watchers, and they're looking to adapt their "Juice Pack" to the even more anemic iPhone 3G. What does this pack offer that the others don't? A mini USB port for syncing and charging and Apple's coveted…
Research funded by the US Air Force Research Laboratory has come up with a breakthrough battery: a betavoltaic power cell that lasts for 30 years without a recharge. Made from radioactive material (I am writing this from my underground bunker) the batteries end their life being completely inert and non-toxic, so…
Philips just announced their upcoming Power2Charge and Power2Go chargers as part of their Power4Life line, a naming convention that's a Little2Precious. In any case, the USB chargers, including the flagship SCM7880 (pictured), holds up to 60 hours of juice inside and then charges up your phone, MP3 player, or whatever…