Yes, you can bring your sonic screwdriver onto the plane

September 09, 2016 1 min read


Most of the time, the Doctor doesn’t have a reason to go through TSA security, but in the off chance that the TARDIS isn’t working, he will be allowed to bring his sonic […]

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Oh no! All 7 TSA master keys have been cracked!

July 28, 2016 1 min read


The TSA is busy telling folks whether or not they can bring things like mummified heads on airplanes. Meanwhile, people are 3D printing complete sets of their master keys. The good news is […]

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TSA paid $1.4 million for Randomizer app that chooses left or right

April 04, 2016 1 min read


When someone starts learning how to code, one of the first things they create is a program that generates and outputs random numbers. In most cases it’s an incredibly simple program to make […]

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Anyone can now 3D print a functional TSA master key

September 10, 2015 1 min read


Here’s some good news if you ever happen to lose the keys for your TSA-approved Travel Sentry luggage locks. You can just 3D print your very own TSA master keys! The Washington Post, […]

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Uncharged gadgets won’t be allowed on flights to the US

July 07, 2014 1 min read


If you are intending on traveling to the US in the near future, ensure that your gadgets are charged before heading to the airport. If they aren’t, you may end up being forced […]

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Bomb sniffing bees may one day keep airports safe

December 19, 2013 1 min read


Research at Los Alamos National Laboratory is creating bomb sniffing bees that signal danger by sticking their tongues out.

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