There are increasingly powerful interests that want us to drop our phones so they can fix them and sell us new ones.
On Saturday a mysterious explosion in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu left one dead and three injured. There really aren't many less likely ways to die.
After the game, police said the technology had helped identify 19 individuals in the crowd who had outstanding warrants.
They were invented when doctors still used leeches.
The Truther is out there.
The story behind how @TrustySupport, which satirizes how Twitter deals with harassment, got suspended.
I am 90 percent sure this was a plotline in Boardwalk Empire.
Reports suggest the UN will rule Assange is being arbitrarily detained in London, but that doesn't mean he'll just be able to walk away.
Places such as Reddit's /r/caregivers allow people caring for sick or disabled loved ones to come together, vent, and grieve.
A niche community of YouTube filmmakers mix the pleasurable sounds of ASMR with the creepiness of horror films.
When working with potent psychoactive drugs, whether in a professional or illicit setting, you are likely to experience accidental exposure on occasion.
Drivers say the data they generate for Uber—even when they don't have passengers—contain value that they're not being compensated for.
Since we now mainly use technology to judge ourselves, and because technology has made me cripplingly self-aware, I figured the show might teach me a couple of things about myself.
Cannabis could be a good way to cure cramps but the science just isn't there yet.
The history of psychotherapy with psychedelics.
If history is any guide—and it may very well not be—NASA is on track to have its next major accident in five years or so. But that may be proof the space agency is on the right track.
A Minecraft YouTuber with over 600,000 subscribers has inappropriate relationships with underage fans. He's not alone.
Say what you want about his cartoons, but futurists like Steve Jobs and Elon Musk are following in the footsteps of Walt Disney.
Consider this one more reason why you should be paying for your porn.
Companies have refined cryonics technology to better preserve peoples' brains after death. But so far, no one knows how to turn a cryogenically frozen brain back into a living person.
Richard Feynman was the renegade of the Rogers Commission.
The destiny of Ecuador, a small country with outsize ambitions, now depends overwhelmingly on a commodity price it cannot control.
Some scientists say psychic dreams are real. Explaining how they happen is another issue altogether.
Brookhaven, New York, and Newport News, Virginia both want the new Electron Ion Collider, but scientists are not prepared for a fight.