A social engineering expert exposes how easy it's for anyone to take over pre-paid cellphone numbers in the UK.
Neuroscience PhD student Mendel Kaelen researches the relationship between psychedelics and music. He explains how he picks the songs.
The TRAPPIST-1 system is home to a trio of a tantalising worlds close to the habitable zone.
WoeLab in Togo is on a mission to promote urban renewal in the west African nation with a focus on creating sustainable technology in a local context.
Some clever idiots are extorting businesses by pretending to be famous hackers.
The app's new "Tinder Social" feature will allow you to date in groups, but it will also tell all your Facebook friends you're swiping.
Many animals and plants still contain so much radioactivity they are unsafe for human consumption.
Andrew Basiago also says the government has been hiding secret time travel technology from the public.
As young women growing up in Silicon Valley, my classmates and I never struggled with discrimination. Our privileged upbringing shielded us from inequality.
Drones, 3D holograms, cameras with body heat detection, and a 360-degree radar surveillance.
The oil and gas giant has filed a lawsuit to keep lawmakers and environmentalists in the dark.
The hacker only known as Phineas Fisher shares the details of his attack on the controversial surveillance tech company Hacking Team.
An "earthship" is a home that grows its own food, collects its own water, and maintains its temperature using materials like dirt and beer cans. We checked out what might be Australia's first as it nears completion.
The 'Coolest Cooler' creators ask backers for more money, backers threaten to kill them.
Grandma doesn't need your help with the computer anymore.
As I vomited broccoli into a toilet at 5 AM, I could only think one thing: This was Siri's fault.
This is the guy who feeds the internet's bottomless appetite for creative destruction.
Watch Forever Young, Motherboard's new documentary about the Church of Perpetual Life.
The scientists hope their long-awaited study on LSD in humans will open the floodgates to further research into psychedelics.
Following Panama Paper scandal, Iceland's Pirate Party is demanding change.
Computer Security Officer Stefan Lueders explains how CERN keeps a vast number of servers, computers, and systems secure from constant attack.
According to astronomers, even the quietest regions of space may be populated by sky-chewing black holes.
You could also, like, maintain an open and honest relationship and just talk things out instead of spying, but whatever.
"We grew up thinking that virtual reality and jet packs and flying cars were part of our future."