We're throwing a premiere party for the short film in Hollywood this Friday night, before it airs next week on Motherboard.
Motherboard's Derek Mead also gives us his predictions for science and tech in 2016.
This month on VICE: Lace up your boots with the Estonian military, peep in on the world of a Muslim cult leader obsessed with fake tits, and rave in a 700-year-old salt mine in Krakow.
Sometimes plant medicine is just what you need to consciously uncouple.
So far in 2015 we've continued to explore new frontiers and cover the frontlines, from investigating the Cleveland Strangler to interviewing Oliver Sacks.
It's a legit system, Nintendo's smallest ever, and hackers have been making their own games for it since 2001.
If just one of the two degrading pipelines breaks, it would result in a 1.5 million gallon oil spill, devastating the region. Motherboard traveled to Michigan to investigate the situation.
Motherboard correspondent Alejandro Tauber traveled to the Netherlands to meet some of the scientists and designers who have come up with a viable replacement for plastic: fungus.
How Brandon Bryant became an advocate against the use of unmanned combat drones.
A handy overview of where we've been and where we're going.
VICE host Krishna Andavolu takes a look back at the VICE network's best videos of 2014.
We traveled to remote Liberia to discover Monkey Island, an area inhabited solely by former lab-tested chimpanzees who survived disease and two civil wars.
We meet some of the top security researchers at the center of the car-hacking world. Their goal isn't to make people crash: They highlight security holes to illustrate flaws in car technology, intended to pressure auto manufacturers to be a few steps ahea…
For the fourth year in a row, VICE is taking part in Internet Week, delivering a series of panels discussing everything from journalism and the documentary form to the future of cryptocurrencies.
Oxford scholars recently proposed using psychoactive drugs and futuristic technologies to trick prisoners into thinking they've been in jail for 1,000 years, even if they've only been imprisoned for a few hours. Could mind-jail and psychotropics fix overc…
Motherboard's latest documentary is about a clinic in Los Angeles that uses virtual reality simulations to treat war veterans who have PTSD. With host Jody Mitic, a former master sniper for the Canadian military, we explore the efficacy of these systems t…
Last we checked, Isaac Wilder, who heads up the Free Network Foundation (FNF), had woven himself and the FNF's vision of an open-access network into the Occupy movement. With Google Fiber's expansion moving quickly, and the web turning 25 this week, it fe…
Amazon announced today that it would be raising its annual Prime subscription fee from $79 to $99—the first price increase in its nine-year history. Sure, $100 is a lot to spend on anything in a year. But would I rather take the subway down to H&M every t…
The recent hack of the Hidden Wiki, a site long known as the essential start page for anyone first visiting the deep web, has brought to the fore an intrinsic tension in the fight against censorship.
Can SpaceX build a rocket engine to rival the giants? They are testing the waters with a new Raptor engine that they hope could propel the first colonists to Mars.
Seinfeld might be one of the least cinematic shows of all time, which is partially what makes this supercut of unpopulated establishing shots and people-free frames feel both poignant and pointless. What happens if you stare right down at what you'…
The World Wide Web basically consists of a bunch of webpages linked together via hyperlinks. This is the beauty of the web: It puts information from all over the world in one place.
Artist Jim Andrews's Teleporter uses the newest Google Maps panoramic photos to ping-pong you around the planet with the flick of a wrist. Where will you end up? Who knows!
This week, I got as close to Barrett Brown as any media member physically can under the gag order forbidding Barrett from speaking to the press.