Held at Phillips's London auction house, 23 works by 23 artists, many of which originated on Tumblr's distinctly digital realm of image-based blogs, were shown, estimated to be worth a combined total somewhere in the vicinity between $90,150 and $126,395…
With US politics swimming in so much corporate money that it's pretty much an oligarchy, it can be hard to keep track of all the corruption. Luckily, there's an app for that.
I adjusted to walking down the street and having every third group of strangers murmur, "Hey, those are Google Glass!" In the end, it never worked particularly well for anything other than getting a reaction and filming the response.
Here's how to stay awake and buzzed this holiday weekend, with a little help from science and technology.
Motherboard does some very scientific experiments to find out.
Other websites have been playing around with data and algorithms for years.
Former inmate Brett Collins has created a website, iExpress, that will allow inmates to set up a profile and communicate with the outside world through a system of old-fashioned letter writing.
Soccer, like any sport, has a unique sonic profile. Across Rio, a network of more than 650 microphones is picking up that profile with meticulous detail.
Scientist Hari Mogosanu thinks moving humans to Mars is our best bet for protecting mankind against extinction.
It's going to carry passengers in personal, rocket-powered bubble pods.
Since 2000, the Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1's Young Architects Program has chosen emerging minds in architecture and design to create new projects that stretch the limits of sustainability and urban construction. This year's winners designed a livin…
If the 60s were the golden age of television, and the 80s owned movie epics, then the 2010s belong to video games.
Freelance journalist Esther Honig's photo series exploring beauty has gone viral, and we asked her about it.
Regulations treat drones the same as full-sized aircraft, and it's woefully out-of-step with technological development. For example, the Photography Permit form encourages applicants to "submit your application electronically on a 3.5 inch floppy disk" fo…
When I talked to LAPD, my dream of pollution-free motorcycles, noiselessly helping old ladies carry groceries across the street, was soon dashed. Even more dismaying: the thing is never going to be chasing perps down any hallways unless someone writes it
A drone flying drugs to inmates at an Irish prison was caught when it crash-landed.
The assumption of the tech industry is that more is self-evidently better—more data, more screens, more computing devices, more connections. The trouble is, most problems are pretty simple.
People have been trying to create perpetual motion machines for hundreds, even thousands, of years, but they've all been failures or hoaxes because perpetual motion is impossible. But an Englishman named John Collins thinks he's got the problem pretty wel…
Angela Washko asks the orcs, pandas, and trolls of World of Warcraft for their definitions of feminism.
The ruling, which is strong in its defense of Fourth Amendment rights in the digital space, is a landmark decision for the treatment and protection of individuals' data.
In order to send a distress message, a user can either rapidly tap the power button of the phone—or more accurately, five times in five seconds—or use an interface that resembles a normal calculator and hammer any key on that instead.
"When we see our brothers getting slaughtered," he said, "it is mandatory for us to go support them."
Maybe the mind-boggingly simple app will take over the world or maybe it won't. All I know is that, as it's constructed, Yo is the new version of "hey, let me in." That's pretty valuable.
PhD candidate Dorine Duiven is researching crowd behavior to keep your summer disaster-free.