Today, Myspace embodies an unexpected aspect of online business culture: eternal optimism. The people currently in charge of the site imagine that with a little luck it could return to its current glory, even if no one else thinks so.
Decades after the fall of Soviet Union, scientists are working to determine the lasting environmental effects of Soviet nuclear testing in Kazakhstan.
Most people hate their jobs anyway. Why not kick your feet up and let a robot do it for you?
"Top Yoga Songs For Halloween," "Three-Week Abortion Day in Pictures," and more.
"People that I would say are trolls sort of took over. The inmates started running the asylum."
We talked to the guys behind the viral marketing stunt.
When you search for "average man," you get a picture of Michael Whatley's face. And now, he's the face of a fake Banksy meet-and-greet.
Rumblr is like Tinder, only for "throwing down" rather than boning.
"Scientific knowledge and understanding is not a purely cerebral affair; it is soaked with emotion, excitement, and nervous tension, as everyone knows who has heard Philip Morrison talk."
After helping drive brick-and-mortar bookshops out of business, the tech giant launched its first physical store in Seattle.
Teeny tiny worms are helping us make the next giant leap for mankind.
Emojis are like The Force: they can be used for good, or they can be used for evil. Or they can be used as a symbol for a dick.
The success of The Martian has increased public interest in NASA's mission to Mars, but so far it hasn't increased the amount of money Congress is giving NASA.
When your perspective, your health and even your home are laid to waste by your insatiable desire to check all of your Facebook notifications.
The writer is composing his next book over the course of the next four days, and you can watch him do it in an experiment that's sort of like Twitch for novelists.
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.
The program promises to be a modern-day foray beyond traditional prison jobs and a rare bridge between the technorati of the Bay Area and those living behind bars just next door.
As an important tax credit fades, it's imperative that companies like SolarCity make big moves to help solar survive.
Colombian Eduardo Salcedo-Albarán has helped to uncover links between government officials and narco-paramilitary commanders. We asked him about his career and how he would tackle corruption in the UK.
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.
This summer, Japan unveiled plans for a digital tourist-assistance system that mimics the concept omotenashi: anticipating guests' needs and exceeding their expectations to the point of it being eerily predictive.
The artist, known for visualising classified government programs and secret operations, took a literal deep dive into government surveillance for his latest project, which documents the seafloor fibre optic cables where the NSA mines personal data.
The discovery of liquid water on Mars raises the possibility that human life may have come from the Red Planet.
Former solar engineer Dane Wigington believes chemtrails are to blame for the state's record dry spell – and a surprising number of people agree.