MySpace was acquired by Time, Inc, because content farms and social networks aren't that different at this point. They are both pages of content, usually produced by humans, used to sell advertisements against.
Professor Alan Duffy explains how researchers were able to confirm the existence of gravitational waves from black holes.
Documents obtained using the Freedom of Information Act show the extreme lengths law enforcement went to protect an astronaut from Twitter harassment.
I'm looking at you, Mom.
The idea is pretty genius in its simplicity: students develop writing skills while Wikipedia gets a booster shot of academic knowledge.
The app is a hybrid of Tinder, OkCupid, Hinge, and Bumble—except it's exclusively for fat people.
Exploring the claims that Uber and Airbnb skirt laws, avoid taxation, and manipulate data for profit, all while claiming to help every day consumers.
I believe in the power of technology and my understanding of culture is rooted in the internet, yet by not having an iPhone, I feel exempt from everyone else's bullshit.
In Japan, a missing pinkie brands you as a yakuza member. One prosthetist is trying to help them move on from their past.
The only way to report on something as powerful as technology is to take a critical look at its relationship with the end user and everyone else.
After researchers used a program called FaceReader to study the phenomenon of "Resting Bitch Face," I decided to get my hands on the program myself and see how bad my RBF was.
The hyperloop isn't real yet, but the businesses supporting its development certainly are
Motherboard is thrilled to debut the new sci-fi short Connected, directed by Luke Gilford, and featuring Dree Hemingway and Jane Fonda.
There are increasingly powerful interests that want us to drop our phones so they can fix them and sell us new ones.
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.
Jimmy Carter has been pushing efforts to eradicate the painful disease, and now has backing from the UK to finish the job.
The story behind how @TrustySupport, which satirizes how Twitter deals with harassment, got suspended.
The state joins a growing list of those looking into adopting bills that determine who manages the accounts of the deceased.
I am 90 percent sure this was a plotline in Boardwalk Empire.
There seems to have been a sudden scourge of prominent scientists embroiled in sexual harassment scandals lately. What gives?
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.
The shrimp industry is often accused of dirty, exploitative practices. Are things changing?