Popular Mechanics

 
March 22nd
For these little Tamiya RC cars, there's power in numbers—enough to get a real Toyota Hilux rolling.
March 22nd
Biking through an abandoned mine shaft might not be a typical bike ride, but it's certainly one of the better ones.
March 22nd
The speedy little vehicle seems useful, but for what?
March 22nd
The Islamic Republic says Russia sold codes to Israel that neutralize its air defenses.
March 22nd
American farmers are looking for help in Eastern Europe, of all places.
March 22nd
You don't have to have afterburners to make shock diamonds.
March 22nd
Your favorite Star Wars droid is taking to the skies. OK, one of your favorites.
March 22nd
With a Raspberry Pi and some ingenuity, you can control a racing game with a real-life car.
March 22nd
"Perhaps there will be some future bill that makes a difference for Mars."
March 22nd
Russia's next big piece of the ISS hits with another snag just a few months before launch.
March 22nd
The missile "appears to have exploded within seconds of launch."
March 22nd
Nationwide infrastructure with a singular purpose is understandably expansive.
March 22nd
Bottles of gin, whiskey and wine
March 21st
Just under $20 billion for NASA.
March 21st
The discovery of the excited states of the charmed omega baryon could uncover new secrets about this type of particle and the quarks that make it.
March 21st
If you catch in the Matrix, you catch in real life.
March 21st
The island country has run out of options.
March 21st
How do you make sure your 1500-horsepower engine can survive a Nurburgring lap? With this thing.
March 21st
Master Google's streaming dongle in minutes.
March 21st
Russia's military spending is falling, but it's not as bad as previously reported.
March 21st
It wasn't quite the kind you'd find in your kitchen.
March 21st
When a human meets a neutron star, the results are messy...and explosive.
March 21st
It is bright, and it benefits charity.
March 21st
The railgun takes the first shot of its commissioning series.
March 21st
How tool companies are trying to save the label.
March 21st
Even just a slight tug generates some seriously high temps.
March 21st
For a gaseous planet, Jupiter's weather has surprising depth.
March 21st
Passengers flying to the United States from 10 airports will be allowed only cellphones and smartphones in the passenger cabins, senior Trump administration officials said. Larger electronic items must be checked.
March 20th
According to a new theory that claims to explain the origin of Phobos and Deimos, the two moons of Mars.
March 20th
Not a bad place to start on water cannon, to name just one.
March 20th
The THAAD system will protect South Korea from North Korean nukes, in theory.
March 20th
The result is propulsion for a long-range deep strike missile, developed in six months.
March 20th
Amazon's founder got to live our giant mech dream at his company's MARS conference.
March 20th
The proof of the four color problem remained elusive for over a century, until two mathematicians with a computer took a closer look.
March 20th
Cobbled together from thousands of hi-res NASA images.
March 20th
They thought the version that hit theaters would be too gruesome for Disney.
March 20th
A simple formatting oversight can pay dividends in pain.
March 20th
Intuitive and counter-intuitive techniques for helping your garden survive this crazy winter.
March 20th
Reason number infinity to never crowdfund anything.
March 20th
It costs thousands of dollars to travel the world. Make sure you're doing it right.
March 20th
It takes cool new wing tech and the smarts of AI for a drone to execute the landing that nature has already perfected.
March 20th
The Dragon cargo ship parachuted into the Pacific on Sunday off the Southern California coast.
March 20th
This F-150 sits right in the middle of the pickup's transformation from utility vehicle to luxury good.
March 19th
It's easier to pull off than you'd think.
March 19th
City officials say gravel roads are easier and cheaper to maintain.
March 19th
Individual throttle bodies don't just look cool–they bring huge benefits in throttle response.
March 18th
The classic car insurance company is holding seminars across the country, teaching kids how to drive stick on a bevy of vintage cars.