The Disney film is clunky in places, but its optimistic message is the sort of thing summer blockbusters could use a lot more of.
The stuff we think of as pond scum could be the secret to fixing food scarcity and fuel security, but not until algae systems are less expensive and more efficient.
As coding goes mainstream, Becky Stern is encouraging crafters to make their own wearable tech.
The ammunition is being developed for hunters, but some say it could end up on the civilian market eventually.
It was an evening of pizza, beer, and technological subterfuge.
Simon Denny's installations at MoMA PS1 create an unflinchingly faithful and thus deeply confounding portrayal of the tech industry.
The more we learn about these fake cell phone towers that no one wants to talk about, the scarier it gets.
Existing unmanned robotics still rely on humans to pull the trigger, but in the future fully autonomous weapon systems could select and execute targets on their own.
With a reboot coming this summer, we tracked down some of the creators of the original's most fearsome metal contestants.
It's become fashionable to blame Facebook for depression, but mental health professionals say that explanation is incomplete.
I talked to sex workers and advocates about why an app is not the solution to their problems.
Following her instincts, artist and designer Leanne Wijnsma digs tunnels in the middle of European cities.
Which is a pretty fucking terrifying thought.
We talked to them about their new philosophy book, The Age of Earthquakes, FKA Twigs, and Generation Z's perception of time.
When I was sentenced to a decade behind bars, I knew that the earliest I would be online again was in 123 months. A lot can change in that time.
Professor Edward Meloni has come up with a new method that uses xenon gas to help those suffering with PTSD.
We measured the effect that weed has on the brain using a EEG helmet, a joint, and an adulterated cookie.
There's gang violence on the same street corners where gentrifiers are paying thousands of dollars in rent.
Jessica Longworth takes photos of her kid sister and the daily minutiae of the generation currently on its way to adulthood.
Social gaming is a big deal now. But in an age where we are becoming fiercely protective of our right to privacy, why would we choose to invite anonymous strangers into our living rooms?
He broke down how much the devices cost, their availability, how they get in, what they're being used for, and the consequences of getting caught with one.
Heart disease is the newest ailment your phone can theoretically warn you about. But all these future tech promises may not be as life-changing as we think.
Sex toy technology is improving, but the growing field of "teledildonics" is still rife with bad designs, unreliable technology, and insane-looking dildonic innovations.
Vaughan's new comic, The Private Eye, is a sci-fi story set in a future where society has collectively given up on the internet and reverted to a fully analog, anonymous world.