Headlines described the sighting of waves on Titan this week, but it's really still smooth sailing on the impressively deep lakes of the Earth-ish moon.
Recreational divers must not go deeper than 100 feet, but this special suit, on display at the American Museum of Natural History, allows safe diving for hours.
Check out 12 new screenshots from Rockstar's upcoming open-world crime-a-thon.
The TAT7 case supposedly lets you take your iPhone down to 100 feet to shoot photos and video. But there are some caveats.
At CES 2010, Brian Tong takes a First Look at the Scuba Series 720 wide-angle video and still camera.
The waterproof system can go as deep as 200 feet.
A motorized scuba bike--it just doesn't get any better than this
The wackier a planet's wobble, the more likely it could be to sustain life and keep from going full Popsicle, according to new research.
Many of humanity's early attempts at flight involved pedaling contraptions or flapping artificial wings. Turns out they weren't such dumb ideas after all -- in another part of the solar system.
Beyond our own moon and some nearby asteroids, where else in our solar system should humanity set foot? Crave's Eric Mack has compiled a list of 10 places we should go next, in search of secret oceans and stunningly violent volcanoes.