Places such as Reddit's /r/caregivers allow people caring for sick or disabled loved ones to come together, vent, and grieve.
We asked our writers to look back through their archives and remember the clove-cigarette-smoking, shoplifting, lip-ringed days of their youth.
Companies have refined cryonics technology to better preserve peoples' brains after death. But so far, no one knows how to turn a cryogenically frozen brain back into a living person.
We also learn about the DIY internet network that could disrupt major providers and visit the Australian bar that really loves George Costanza.
It turns out 40 percent of New Yorkers masturbate at their jobs, so we found out just how they did it.
Lonnie Johnson wants to make your batteries more efficient and your solar power more powerful.
In fiction, sexbots are generally depicted as supplicant women eager to serve male creators—but what would these machines be like if we flipped that script?
Phil Tippett is the mastermind behind some of the greatest fantasy creatures and sci-fi set pieces in cinema history.
There's a wireless printer in the smoothie room and an in-house sushi chef.
Right now, The Force Awakens is both the best possible Star Wars movie and the worst. After I see it, it will land being somewhere in the middle. Call it Schrödinger's Tauntaun.
Desmond Patton of Columbia University thinks that using an algorithm to identify which gang members are in distress or making threats could give social workers and others a chance to help them.
Virtual reality makes it possible to see factory farms and slaughterhouses up close, without having to travel.
The internet has allowed like-minded people to find each other, and sometimes this has terrible, far-reaching consequences.
There's still no sign of alien life, but that hasn't stopped researchers from looking for the past 50 years.
If you needed more evidence that campaign merchandise is generally terrible and dumb, look no further than the Jeb! Bush "Guaca Bowle."
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.
They don't hover and they're not even really boards, but riding one around New York will get you a ticket.
"Top Yoga Songs For Halloween," "Three-Week Abortion Day in Pictures," and more.
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.