MTV's Splash Page blog got a preview of the upcoming 'Tek War Chronicles' written by William Shatner and Scott Davis.
An all new episode of Trekcast's weekly sci-fi supplement is available for download.
While searching through youtube last night looking for the infamous 'Stage 9 Interlopers' video (which has been taken down), we stumbled upon several retro commercials for the old Mego line of Star Trek toys.
The clips feature commercials for ships from 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture', ST:TMP communicator, figures from TOS, and a TOS Phaser game. Plus, we found a super cool video of a fan made bridge scaled for the Mego figures with working lights and sounds. Enjoy.
As Reported by ZDNet, Researchers at Purdue University report that they’ve created a new type of invisibility cloak that is simpler than previous designs, works for all colors of the visible spectrum, and can cloak larger objects than before.
In a recent production focus article, CGsociety writer Renee Dunlop gets indepth info from ILM & Digital Domain about the two studios work on the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'.
Space may be the final frontier, but the ever-expanding capabilities of visual effects are nipping at its heels. And where the two meet, there is Star Trek.
A new round of updates have been posted on the Star Trek Online site. Included, in the updates are a new 'Meet the Team' segment and a brand new Kobayashi Maru.
Meet the Team
In this weeks 'Meet the Team', we meet Josh Ferguson, one of the Star Trek Online team’s content designers.
Josh works specifically in exploration content, so when you’re boldly going where no man has gone before, he's the guy to remember!
The Department of Homeland Security says that development is underway on a Star Trek style tricorder that can monitor a person's medical condition from 40 feet away.
The so-called Standoff Patient Triage Tool (SPTT) is described in glowing terms by the inhouse journal of the Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate, S&T Snapshots. The DHS S&T boys are people who also intend to give the world the puke ray light-sabre and the lobster-beam scanner.
Listen up Trekens and Spinerfems, a brand new episode of Trekcast is available for you to enjoy.
This week on Trekcast we have an episode full of Trek greatness you know why? Our topic this week is you our listeners and all of the great subspace signals (emails) you have been sending in so we wanted to feature some of those great letters you guys have been writing us here at Trekcast.