Confusion, fear, and despair. The personal side of the hack on the infidelity website.
Catching up with the creator of Cameron's World, an online portal to the internet of yesteryear.
The true story of a typing application with a lady's face on the box.
Thanks to the dark web, anyone with an internet connection can become a drug wholesaler—of course, the dark web won't protect you from going to prison.
We talked to the founder of Hot Octopuss about the gadget he says will give dudes the best orgasm of their lives.
How Brandon Bryant became an advocate against the use of unmanned combat drones.
The company's security was bad, the hackers say.
A collective of radical bio-hackers and TransHackFeminists are out to reclaim gynecological medicine.
A new dump appears to be twice as large as the last.
Australian artist Oron Catts is at the bleeding edge—literally—of a discipline that meddles with life for the sake of art.
Simple mycelium filaments can be grown to replace different types of oil-based plastics.
A private London hospital offers tech addiction treatment to celebs, execs, and even children.
As recently as five years ago, I was a terrible human with terrible opinions, and a real knack for posting those opinions online. While those Twitter posts are still exactly the same, I've changed.
A researcher wrote a proof-of-concept script he claims could gain access to email addresses, phone numbers, and boarding passes.
But can human beings be trusted to be in complete control over their emotional reality?
From Montreal to Toronto, Roosh V and his followers have attempted to identify and bully women online and off.
Global internet infrastructure has created an imbalance of power, and it's due for a reckoning.
Future robots will nab your job, but cryptocurrency could save your income.
We talked to nuclear industry engineer Arnie Gunderson about the ongoing aftermath of the infamous 2011 nuclear disaster.
It might sound like something out of Portlandia, but advocates say these enclosures can prevent cats from killing birds en masse.
In the future, not everyone will want to be a super-intelligent cyborg. Some might prefer the simple existence of a goat.
If there is a rupture, the result would be disastrous.
The move will essentially separate Google's web companies that generate the bulk of its revenue—YouTube and its eponymous search engine—from its less profitable and more speculative endeavors.