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FREAK: Today, Web Users Feel The Impact Of '90s Regulators' Stupidity

Thanks to a '90s-era political decision, we're now getting bitten by a security flaw in many popular web browsers.

Your DNA Can Now Be Used Against You In Court Without Your Consent

In 2009, a Maryland county court convicted Glenn Raynor of rape, the verdict hinging on a key piece of evidence: Raynor's DNA samples.

Neural Implants Let Paralyzed Woman Fly Plane With Her Mind

Imagine piloting an airplane with your mind. No hands on the controls, no feet on the pedals, just thoughts and then movement through the sky.

Where Does Volcano Lightning Come From?

Earlier this morning the Villarrica volcano erupted in Chile, forcing thousands of residents and tourists to flee from the city of Pucón.

The Blackphone 2 Is An Ultra-Secure Smartphone Made For Secret Agents

The Blackphone 2 is a second-generation smartphone built around security. The phone runs on a fork of Android called PrivatOS.

Putting Sensors In Bridges And Tunnels Could Make Their Walls Talk

Trying to get a building to tell you how it’s feeling is, well, like talking to a brick wall. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

LG Watch Urbane LTE Is The First 4G Smart Watch

The LG Watch Urbane LTE is the world's first 4G-based smartwatch.

Mars One is Taking Steps, But Probably Not Towards Mars

Mars One says it's still on track. To what is still a little unclear.

How To Make A Laser-Sighted Blowgun For Only $3

Blowguns are profoundly simple weapons. A tube for darts, powered by the shooter's lungs, is enough to guide silent projectiles swiftly through the air, embedding a narrow…

See The Eiffel Tower's Gorgeous New Wind Turbines

When the Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 it was only intended to last for 20 years. The tower has gone through a lot of renovations n the past 126 years, but the latest…

Tesla Model S Comes With Secret James Bond Homage

Next time you drive your Tesla Model S, you might want to wear your tuxedo and your exploding cufflinks.

The 10 Best Things From March 2015

Popular Science, under the title "Obsessed."…

Sea Horses And Neurons Merge In This Clever Graphic Of The Hippocampus

One of the most prominent structures in the brain, the hippocampus plays an important role in acquiring semantic memory, or general knowledge such as bird names, and in…

The Mechanism Of Microbial Memory

Memory can help improve our ability to live. Now researchers have shown how bacteria can do the same by memorizing an environment for growth and metabolism.

Seeing Inside The Guts Of A Virus

Even though mimiviruses are some of the largest viruses we know of, they measure only one tenth the width of a human hair at their largest.

Will Gardeners Buy A Color-Changing GMO Petunia?

The term GMO usually evokes agriculture—herbicide-tolerant or insect-resistant crops, for example, or rice fortified with vitamin A.

Google Cameras Go Zip-lining Through The Amazon Rainforest

Google likes taking their cameras to strange places, letting people explore viking ruins or walk under the aurora all from the comfort of their computers.

Happy Birthday to Us: The Year in Eastern Arsenal By the Numbers

It's been a great year at Eastern Arsenal, and we've gone over the numbers. Over 1,000,000 views, and there's more inside about what we've been up to!

Plague-Associated Fleas Found On New York City Rats

What could possibly be worse than the skittering impression left by a New York City rat after it runs across your foot?

Watch A Homemade TIE Fighter Drone Fly [Video]

Last time we saw the handiwork of hobbyist YouTuber Olivier C, he was smuggling for the Rebel Alliance with a custom-built Millennium Falcon body for his drone.