It's easy to pooh-pooh current VR, but the inaugural class at what claims to be the first school in the world to be entirely dedicated to VR development training was transcendent.
Concerns about violence and unrest threaten to derail criminal justice reform as local prosecutors press ahead in their case against six cops charged with the death of the 25-year-old in April.
A young Berlin couple have set up an Airbnb-style website, Refugees Welcome, that pairs refugees with hosts willing to give up a spare room.
The tiny island of Guam is experiencing a soccer renaissance, thanks to an influx of players born in the USA and a little English ingenuity.
In rural communities, local stores function as post offices, museums, and social hubs. But they may not be around much longer.
It's 2015. Why is 'interracial' still a category?
ESA is getting ready to launch LISA Pathfinder, a mission that will test the technology for a million-kilometer-large gravitational wave detector.
These days body art lovers are just as varied as the images they cover themselves with.
While we are grateful that Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury have been freed, we are deeply worried by reports that our other colleague, Mohammed Ismael Rasool, has had his appeal of release rejected.
"Basically, it was the best decision I've made in college yet."
Young people today have more important things to worry about than selfie culture, Princess Diana, and TV.
I went to the FYF Festival in Los Angeles to see if concertgoers are as happy and beautiful as they look on blogs, Instagram, and in ads.
VICE's Amsterdam office co-produced Prince, the debut feature film by Dutch writer and director Sam de Jong. We followed the film's production for this exclusive, behind-the-scenes series.
The new documentary Dressed As a Girl captures the past few years of London's drag scene. We sat down with two of its stars to discuss the city's drag history, how it's currently being redefined, and how to turn your drag act into a career.
I felt less like a piece of meat than I expected.
And I intend to be exploring CD Projekt RED's world of wonders for many more months to come.
We spoke to experts and game developers about the shifting culture of the revered, and increasingly non-geeky, fantasy tabletop RPG.
From consulting for DONDA, recording with Skepta to touring with Mark Ronson and taking on a creative director role at B.U.M Equipment, the Harlem born artist is a modern visionary.
At Taiwan's funeral feasts, "village chefs" cook vast spreads of pork buns, fried chicken, and sashimi to honer the dead.
Sorry, Philly, rules are rules.
It was so realistic, they thought it was a real baby.
China hosts a parade on Thursday celebrating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II—but the event is sending signals that aren't limited to historical commemoration.
In Spain, sex work laws are vague, and they've created a culture where demand for sex is at an all-time high. We examine a cross-section of the industry to understand what sex work is like for those who choose it and those who don't.
If just one of the two degrading pipelines breaks, it would result in a 1.5 million gallon oil spill, devastating the region. Motherboard traveled to Michigan to investigate the situation.