The Borg will never see it coming
A team of physicists at a university in the Netherlands have 3D-printed a microscopic version of the USS Voyager, an Intrepid-class starship from Star Trek.
Apparently it really did boldy go where no one had gone before
Viacom/CBS, along with Netflix, have defeated an appeal by a video game maker that tried to claim that one episode of Star Trek Discovery infringed on the copyrights for a video game.
Turns in his chips for cash
British Intel legend Graham Palmer has retired from Intel UK. I met up with him a couple of weeks ago (pictured, in The Grapes, Oxford) and we shared some memories about the Intel Developer Forums we attended together.
It's computing, Jim, but not as we know it
Ken Hu, deputy chairman of Huawei, kicked off the Advanced Intelligence conference here in Shanghai by “keynoting” about the future of computing.
Coders have a look at Discovery code
Star Trek fans with HD have been looking at the code used in the new Star Trek: Discovery show and found that the Federation’s latest starship appears to be using Windows XP.
Pirates will mess with your cunning plans
For a while it started to look like big content was starting to get the message about the internet – if content is available and cheap enough then people will buy legit copies. Then CBS released Star Trek: Discovery.
HPE will boldly go if it is still here in 250 years
The former maker of expensive printer ink has said that the Star Trek Beyond, the latest in the new Star Trek movies will be a big advert for the company.
Borg collective day one
Researchers at Columbia Engineering have harnessed the molecular machinery of living systems to power an integrated circuit in what could be a step towards a biologically based machine.
Boldly going to the shops
The Wand Company, which makes gadgets from popular fiction, has developed a real Star Trek Communicator that can be connected to any smartphone using Bluetooth.
Release will come ahead of new movie