They don't hover and they're not even really boards, but riding one around New York will get you a ticket.
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Privacy advocates worry that governments will use terrorism as an excuse to take away people's right to secure communication.
"Driving too slowly? Bet humans don't get pulled over for that too often," the company said in response.
Behold, the government-sponsored Instagram for extremely gross stuff.
"People that I would say are trolls sort of took over. The inmates started running the asylum."
Nov 10, 2015
Forty years after it was first introduced, 30 years after it lost to VHS, and 20 years after everyone stopped caring about any video format built around magnetic tape, Sony's finally throwing in the towel.
We talked to the guys behind the viral marketing stunt.
San Francisco residents voted down a measure that would have restricted short-term property rentals in the city. But the housing battle is far from over.
After helping drive brick-and-mortar bookshops out of business, the tech giant launched its first physical store in Seattle.
The new biopic by Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin comes on the heels of a searing documentary and a mawkish Ashton Kutcher vehicle. Can anybody get Steve Jobs right?
Not to freak you out or anything, but you should probably be more paranoid when you're online.
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.
Clementine and her other vermin pal reminisce about the old days and breaking hearts of people they used to know.
Homes Not Jails scouts out empty buildings in the city and turns them into squats for those who can't afford to pay San Francisco's steep rent.
This phenomenon, in which the brain recognizes objects in a field of visual noise, is called pareidolia.
If you can get past the AI bouncer, you're in.
The women take on such duties as: buying the programmers breakfast, playing ping-pong with employees, and "chitchatting."
A suit by a shadowy Texas businessman could kill teledildonic innovation in a death grip of legal fees and court-ordered payouts.
A primer for the artificial visualization phenomena for those who missed the internet hype.
The tech industry might look hip and young, but these photos by Matt Takaichi prove that working in Silicon Valley is just as mundane as working anywhere else.
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.
With Planned Parenthood Direct, a new app piloting in California, you can order an STD test and have the results processed with a few easy swipes on your smartphone.