He was so good at designing fake spacesuits that he was hired to do the real thing.
Human trafficking? Murder? The darkest sites on the dark web have turned out to be fake.
Before their arrest, a pair of predators used Model Mayhem to find young women to sexually assault. Now one of those women is attempting to sue the website, and fighting Google and Facebook in the process.
They claim the student suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome, a condition that causes symptoms like headaches and nausea from proximity to the Wi-Fi.
As recently as five years ago, I was a terrible human with terrible opinions, and a real knack for posting those opinions online. While those Twitter posts are still exactly the same, I've changed.
But can human beings be trusted to be in complete control over their emotional reality?
Consider this a public service announcement.
It might sound like something out of Portlandia, but advocates say these enclosures can prevent cats from killing birds en masse.
Search engine algorithms and laws have made it harder for people to find suicide-related content online, but it's still pretty easy to find explicit instructions on committing suicide from a quick Google search.
How a podcast host and a former NFL player, among others, created a market for pills that claim to boost brain function.
Inmates fought one another over the five ounces of tobacco, 2.3 ounces of weed, and 0.2 ounces of heroin.
"I don't think everybody should have a big fit about it," said the anonymous Canadian hacktivist of the stunt.
For decades, connoisseurs of psychedelics have said that "set and setting"—your state of mind and your environment—influence how you experience drugs. And they're right.
They are making art with decellularised bacon and planning to create a map of the bacteria on the city's public transportation system.
A suit by a shadowy Texas businessman could kill teledildonic innovation in a death grip of legal fees and court-ordered payouts.
It turns out that the master race aren't very good at the internet.
A brief history of the onetime planet, from its days sharing a name with a laxative to its current celebrity status.
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 device is, both literally and metaphorically, my greatest source of pain.
It's the week after Comic Con, which means we all have some new Star Wars information to geek out over.
So, you've been harassed online. Now what?
Yes, we asked her about aliens.
Last week a teenager from Yeovil did exactly that, so we thought we'd weigh up the positives and negatives, with the help of a couple of experts.
"We have a giant robot, you have a giant robot—you know what needs to happen."