Most people hate their jobs anyway. Why not kick your feet up and let a robot do it for you?
But is it also the future of vlogging? Maybe!
"People that I would say are trolls sort of took over. The inmates started running the asylum."
The slow transition from text-based language to pictograms took another step, hooray!
Most people threw out all those "50 Hours Free!" CD-ROMs that were everywhere in the 90s, but a select few collectors made it their mission to hoard hundreds or thousands of the discs.
Checking out your little swimmers might not solve your infertility problems, but it's a good start.
"I used the phone's GPS to navigate the boat to Greece. Only during the day, though. At night, the police could see the light."
The war on drugs isn't just fought with bullets. Recent announcements from Mexican authorities show that cartels are developing increasingly advanced networks of information technology.
If you can get past the AI bouncer, you're in.
The new technology, which scans crowds to decide what kind of product to advertise, is evidence that we're living in a dystopian satire written by a heavy-handed idiot.
As companies get closer to creating perfect man-made waves, some surfers worry that technology could make their sport unrecognizable.
They claim the student suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome, a condition that causes symptoms like headaches and nausea from proximity to the Wi-Fi.
But can human beings be trusted to be in complete control over their emotional reality?
Or will the proliferation of apps designed to help mental wellbeing provide an excuse for keeping mental health services underfunded?
I went to the Black Country Living Museum and hated the past—until I realized I hated the present more.
A suit by a shadowy Texas businessman could kill teledildonic innovation in a death grip of legal fees and court-ordered payouts.
By 2018, there'll be 350 million fewer women online than men. That needs to change.
Dr. Ragbir Bhathal, who leads Australia's Optical SETI project, thinks if there is extraterrestrial life out there, we may be just a generation or two away from finding it.
The artists of Telidon, Canada's doomed pre-internet web.
Jul 20, 2015
If you've ever wanted to hop on an app and look at medical maladies, Silicon Valley has the cure for what ails you.
The 2012 time warp crashed Reddit, Foursquare, and LinkedIn and delayed dozens of flights when an online reservation system failed.
We talked to author and security analyst Peter Singer about why the next war will be so much scarier than past ones, and whether there's anything we can do about it.
In the future, there could be computerized tampons that tell you when to change them, dissolvable tampons that can release HIV-prevention medication, and tampons that even detect ovarian cancer.
I work in a medical simulation hospital, where we train doctors in horrifying life-or-death scenarios using fake patients, fake blood, and fake shit.