Popular Mechanics

 
April 24th
The 430,000-square-foot plant will guard subs from prying eyes.
April 24th
Hubble turns 27 today. Here's a look back at some of its most noteworthy accomplishments.
April 24th
They probably couldn't even find it.
April 24th
One small step for condiments.
April 24th
Back from the digital grave.
April 24th
Perfect for testing out how Curiosity will drive.
April 24th
This prototype was built by Kitty Hawk, a secretive startup funded by Google's Larry Page.
April 24th
Your safety is your responsibility, so refresh yourself on the basics.
April 24th
The accident caused multiple injuries and broke underwater fuel pipes, leaving a large oil slick on the sea.
April 24th
The car's bumper eventually gave him away.
April 24th
The light and adjustable Dr.Tray from Yakima.
April 24th
Damn you, Nebraska Man!
April 22nd
The basics on anti-sag kits.
April 22nd
Just the thought of campfire meals is literally making our mouths water. But it can be a real hassle to cook or eat when all your food is spread out across the ground and you're hunched over a camp stove like Quasimodo. Add a portable camping tables to y…
April 21st
A new computer simulation suggests that the most common feature of planets orbiting in their star's habitable zone may be an overabundance of water.
April 21st
Who doesn't love an unlikely alliance?
April 21st
Tractors have been making life easier for nearly a century
April 21st
Adidas's new Terrex boats shoes, made in collaboration with the ocean organization Parley, are an attempt to provide a financial incentive for pulling all the garbage and plastic out of the sea.
April 21st
From a children's TV show, but with complexity that will wow adults.
April 21st
A pocket knife makes you 100 percent more self-sufficient, and these are the best ones worth buying.
April 21st
Companies that crowdfund directly are an incredibly risky proposition.
April 21st
This auto theme park honors the past and celebrates the future of Toyota.
April 21st
Tiller, Oregon, has an asking price of $3.5 million.
April 21st
It's the go-anywhere, do-anything flyer that's much more than a jack of all trades.
April 21st
Lilium envisions its craft as an airborne taxi for crowded city streets.
April 20th
Forget going mini, it's time to think big.
April 20th
Prepare to set sail.
April 20th
It's not as easy as you'd think.
April 20th
F-22 Raptors intercepted the elderly Russian planes.
April 20th
There is no "electronic bomb."
April 20th
With Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon set to star in the film.
April 20th
British officials are still chasing down the answer.
April 20th
A neat trick of physics shows us four different views of a supernova we shouldn't be able to see.
April 20th
The new Mastercard, currently being tested in South Africa, confirms your identity with every purchase.
April 20th
An emphasis on flight detection for an airline trying to shed an old image.
April 20th
Google just fixed its home assistant's biggest flaw.
April 20th
A Redditor shares the gruesome aftermath of turbo boost gone wrong.
April 20th
Fortunately there were no reported injuries.
April 20th
TACAD can deliver up to 700 pounds of cargo with GPS precision.
April 20th
A little self-plumbing on the southern continent.
April 20th
This hydrogen-powered big rig makes 670 horses and 1325 lb-ft of torque, and it smokes the diesel-burning competition.
April 20th
Tackling a tile job may seem intimidating for first time DIYers, but these tips will help you every step of the way.
April 19th
The USS Carl Vinson wasn't actually headed to the Sea of Japan after all.