"A tank appeared on the table with a spider inside. It was black with a red stripe down its back. Pieter assured me it wasn't dangerous, but I felt very, very uncomfortable."
"They are closer to me than my actual children in some ways."
"If Wikipedia's rules were applied to Facebook? Oh my God! They'd lose 99 percent of their content."
It turns out the Treasury Department doesn't appreciate my sense of humor.
Inside China's app-powered, square dancing craze.
The winner has the chance to get 10,000 tabs of acid. Seems legit.
Watch an aerospace engineer give a Martian cooking class.
"We're creating a product that is three to five times the value of gold."
It's OK for people to care about stupid things. It's even OK to discuss stupid things during a protracted and excessively cringeworthy election cycle.
We're letting easy-to-hack internet-connected devices take over the world, and we have no idea how bad that could turn out.
Scientists finally understand another key part of the process. A new study in the journal 'Cell' lays out the structure of the CB1 cell receptor, which binds to THC.
The Dark Ride Project takes viewers on a virtual reality tour of the last remaining historic haunted "dark rides" around the world.
Is it better than the iPhone? Yeah. But also, no. Maybe?
Help an algorithm learn how to scare the shit out of you.
A cyberattack on a company called Dyn caused massive DNS outages all over the East Coast and beyond on Friday.
Leukemia patients often complain of debilitating bone pain. Until now, doctors didn't understand why.
He held his 88th birthday celebration in a freight elevator. Now see how he plans to live to 144, while treating his own cancer.
The alt-right's rise wasn't borne out of its own efforts; it was conjured by the endless attention it has provoked.
Alexey Ivanov was inspired by the faux retro film 'Kung Fury', and finally spoke to Motherboard about that meme you've been seeing all over Twitter.
"Vapers spend more time vaping than people in monasteries spend praying. It's hours in the day. You're telling all your friends, and some jerk politician is going to come screw with you?"
Paddy Neumann's final project—which proposes using junk metal as rocket fuel—could change space travel forever.
Two Swedish researchers found that you are more likely to apply for a course and get good grades if the books you read are less about boring stereotypes and more about situations you can personally identify with.
The president of the United States normally has a lot of responsibility, but if aliens arrive, he or she could end up deciding the literal fate of humanity.
Chatroulette was one of the shortest-lived internet crazes of the last decade. However, the 921 people that are online as I write this might feel differently.