The Lunar Surface As You've Never Seen It Before

NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio has created this stunning, high-resolution portrait of the Moon's south pole by combining, for the first time, gravity data from the GRAIL mission with topographic imagery taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. » 7/25/14 1:20pm 21 minutes ago

Duels of the Planeswalkers 2015: Full Deck-Building, But At What Cost?

The latest installment of the video game version of Magic: the Gathering, Duels of the Planeswalkers, gives players the one thing we've always wanted – the ability to build our own decks from scratch. But the addition of "premium boosters" that cost extra money might completely outweigh it. » 7/25/14 12:40pm Today 12:40pm

Everything You Need To Know About The Amazing Batman '66 Blu-Ray/DVDs

Holy long-awaited cult-favorite show that until recently was stuck in a legal nightmare! The campy, outstanding 1966 Batman TV series will finally be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 11th, and we've got the details on all the extra features and the goodies included in the complete series set. » 7/25/14 11:40am Today 11:40am

Stop Using Quantum Mechanics as Evidence for Magic

Quantum mechanics is a beautiful and still-controversial idea. It is rightly popular. What's not right is the way people use it to justify any reality-bending idea in their novels, their TV shows, or their personal philosophies. "Quantum" does not mean anything you want. » 7/25/14 11:19am Today 11:19am

Project Almanac Gets Found-Footage Time Travel Right

Project Almanac is shot found-footage style, had its title changed three times and had its release date pushed back nearly a year, but don't jump to conclusions just yet. We got the chance to see Dean Israelite's directorial debut at Comic-Con, and while we can't give a full review just yet, we can tell you it looks… » 7/25/14 10:30am Today 10:30am

At Comic-Con? Put On Your Mask for the Surveillance Camera Network

In the TV series Person of Interest, an AI can access virtually every surveillance camera across New York City. So the question is: do cities really create networks of interconnected private and public security cameras? Yes, they do. Including in San Diego, right in the heart of Comic-Con. » 7/25/14 10:10am Today 10:10am