October 2009
Popular Science;Oct2009, Vol. 275 Issue 4, p8
The article promotes the television program "Popular Science's Future Of" on the Science Channel. It is hosted by Baratunde Thurston and the program is said to explore topics of interest to the magazine's readers, noting combat technology, cars that drive without human drivers, and video games as examples.


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