We're living in the last days of deciding ourselves whether videos go viral or not.
How to tell how much you relate to another body? Threaten it with a sledgehammer and see if you flinch.
The very fact that the world is so difficult to replicate is part of the reason we intuit that the real world is actually real.
As coding goes mainstream, Becky Stern is encouraging crafters to make their own wearable tech.
The LOCUST drones are launched out of a cannon, come together autonomously in a "swarm" and detonate on impact.
How could you ever explain to someone that the 'Space Jam' website was once state of the art?
We can learn a lot about language from a round yellow face with hearts in its eyes.
Xergio Córdoba's Masn´live© patent allows venues to boost the volume while maintaining the same dBA.
The amount of land we use to feed our growing global population is expanding rapidly. If we don't rein in that sprawl, we run the risk of turning vast swathes of the earth into barren desert.
We've got five different skin tones to choose from with the new emoji keyboard – but when you start playing the representation game, you're always going to leave someone out.
A future in which we can cure infertility by way of sperm-making machines could be on the horizon.
The German automation firm Festo is building a bunch of the sci-fi-esque critters, which it thinks could become the future of manufacturing.
It appears that real user data is being sold, but it's unclear where it came from.
Bodybuilding forums occupy a weird space between anonymous forums and Facebook, where users build reputations around their usernames and avatars, discussing the most noble pursuit of them all –bodybuilding.
Experts say bullying in real life and bullying online are different, but we need real data.
The old-fashioned machines have been largely replaced by computers, but they still have their fans, including Tom Hanks and the NYPD.
Feminist voices are getting more and more space online, so why do they still have such a huge target on their backs?
The nonprofit that runs Wikipedia and the ACLU say NSA spying threatens anonymity online.
Bjarke Ingels Group releases their design for the city of Uppsala's new power plant.
It's become fashionable to blame Facebook for depression, but mental health professionals say that there's more to it than that.
I talked to sex workers and advocates about why an app is not the solution to their problems.
It's legal for a hobbyist to build a firearm in the comfort of his own home without going through a background check or registering it—but at what point does a gun become a gun?
Which is a pretty fucking terrifying thought.
Basically: I am obsessed with Lou Bega and death. But in a way, aren't we all?