Two years after crowdfunding the Coin credit card replacement, I received it. It's already outdated, but I reviewed it anyway.
A man from Ohio has been charged for soliciting the murder of US military personnel with a GIF.
Behold, the government-sponsored Instagram for extremely gross stuff.
This service will break up with your partner for you, if you're willing to pay.
So why aren't we seeing global warming at the movies or on TV?
A 'university-based research institute' was crucial to the busts of a Silk Road 2.0 staffer and suspected child abuser.
"People that I would say are trolls sort of took over. The inmates started running the asylum."
The tale of Reese and Yuri Hines, two brothers in two wars, suggests the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game needs a new name in the US military.
The ACTUV will be able able to spend months at sea, autonomously tracking submarines from the surface.
Facebook's algorithms are secret, but here's what we can glean by paying attention to the clues.
We talked to the guys behind the viral marketing stunt.
Grindhouse Wetware debuts its latest implant, the Northstar V1.
Rumblr is like Tinder, but with a Fight Club twist.
When you search for "average man," you get a picture of Michael Whatley's face. And now, he's the face of a fake Banksy meet-and-greet.
The ability to process 'A before B' and 'B before A' at the same time may revolutionize quantum computing.
How did it take so long for someone to Photoshop Fetty Wap into stock photos?
"Scientific knowledge and understanding is not a purely cerebral affair; it is soaked with emotion, excitement, and nervous tension, as everyone knows who has heard Philip Morrison talk."
We're finding new antibiotics, but we can't develop them into drugs.
Catching up with young vloggers who are famous for reasons I still don't understand.
When they're not building futuristic aircraft at the Mojave Air and Space Port, Elliot and Justin test DIY airplanes for the right stuff.
The future of the US vaping industry is pegged to one grandfathering date.
African governments have cracked down on commercial and recreational drones. A small band of hobbyists wants to change that.
After helping drive brick-and-mortar bookshops out of business, the tech giant launched its first physical store in Seattle.
A schism within the global Transhumanist Party calls into question whether the party can survive in politics at all.