The SpaceX founder tells Stephen Colbert that a thermonuclear bomb could be key to starting a Martian real estate boom.
Physicist Derek Muller walks through the process by which one of the world's most destructive forces could have been unleashed. It's frighteningly simple.
A prototype microwave invented by a former NASA engineer shows a heat map of your chow as you blast it, so you can see exactly when it's hit the right temperature.
Technically Incorrect: Tesla's CEO wants to create constant nuclear pulse explosions so that there'd be two little suns to heat the planet and make it ready for our arrival.
The entrepreneur has used technology to reshape payments, electric cars and space travel, but he's still really worried about what could happen if tech gets super-smart.
Russ and Jeff discuss their thoughts on Apple's keynote, devote their undying trust to Elon Musk and wonder why anyone cares about Batman and Superman screentime. All this plus a spoiler-free Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation review!
Pete Hines expresses confidence in the open-world RPG sequel.
ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti took many photos during her time on the International Space Station, and now they've been stitched together to create a virtual tour of the ISS.
Bethesda's head of marketing told GameSpot that Fallout 4's Boston setting was set many years ago.
Pete Hines: "You're not adding new features in May, June, July in the year you're releasing; you're trying to get everything fixed."