Read an excerpt from Virginia Heffernan's Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art about pixels, porn, and proliferation.
Check out Motherboard's new show that animates famous incidents of computer hacking.
Red Light Legal is dedicated to helping sex workers find culturally competent legal representation–and thanks to the internet, it's poised to have a pretty serious impact.
An anonymous aspiring model says Model Mayhem should have done more to warn her of the predators lurking on the site, and a three-judge panel is allowing her lawsuit to proceed.
The glasses become opaque, effectively blinding you until you look away.
One planet could conceivably host a moon with life.
Turns out, I don't need to be on social media to have a social media presence.
Motherboard's editor-in-chief, Derek Mead, gives us an exclusive look at new shows like Whiz Kids and Greatest Moments in Hacking History.
Two weeks after Tumblr disclosed a 2013 data breach, we finally know how big it was.
Texas Republican Louie Gohmert is in favor of building a Noah's Ark-like spaceship but is not in favor of putting gay people on it.
Brief interviews with some of the women yearning to put the "blow" in "whistleblower."
The artist's latest solo show in San Francisco addresses a growing disdain for being 'watched.'
We spoke with a female cyber-security specialist about the best ways to guard your sensitive information (nudes, sexts, horny emails).
Dropbox Infinite will live in a very sensitive part of the system, which makes it a good target for hackers.
Beloved World Heritage sites all over the world might disappear forever, thanks to climate change.
If any technology invariably gets used for good and ill then of course the Uberization of things now includes drug dealing.
Kenyatta Cheese, one of the founders of the world's foremost meme website, tells us how to explain dat boi to our grandmas.
It's not good enough to just put your phone away in your bag.
Why even the best artificially intelligent computer vision can't detect mirror selfies.
Veterans tell Motherboard that UberMilitary, the company's outreach program, addresses problems in their lives that the average American may not be aware of.
More lawyers argue for information on an exploit the FBI used in a dark web child porn bust.
Will millennials abandon the world's oldest profession, or is there a way to move escorting into the app-enabled future?
Do ride-hailing startups help decrease carbon emissions?
Techno DJ and recording artist Atenes talks about her telephone-based modular synthesizer, The Exchange.