Lonnie Johnson wants to make your batteries more efficient and your solar power more powerful.
Why is dating so hard? Maybe it's because everyone is so bad at communicating. Or maybe it's because we're all too quick to ghost one another.
The teen hacker has now hit the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
It sounds like a hoax, but Silicon Valley is taking her seriously.
The crisis is stark example of how difficult it still is to predict and control an epidemic.
What is a subreddit of 100,000 subscribers worth?
The great white shark has never been kept successfully in captivity—and probably never will.
In the hills of Virginia, biologists are breeding droves of the wild African cats, but it's not an easy task.
In this episode from season three of our HBO show, we traced the path of GMOs from the headquarters of Monsanto to the soy fields of Paraguay and then went to India to investigate their clean water crisis.
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?
Documents show that the gas company that is currently spewing 100,000 pounds of methane into California's air knew about leaks long before this one sprang.
Don't blame everything on the trolls—it's everyone's fault that the internet is such a mess.
Twenty-four scientists from top universities around the world say they have hard evidence that humans have irrevocably altered Earth's geology.
"We always joked about turning into the pink mist, just a big splatter of blood. We never talked about what to do if I couldn't have kids."
The Tim & Eric collaborator and Vine extraordinaire talks about his five greatest muses: Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, Jimmy Fallon, Chubby Checker, and Jim Bakker.
Yale becomes the latest institution to take seriously the psychotherapeutic uses of mind-altering substances.
Should we all give up and chuck our phones into the river? I asked Jason Koebler about what 2016 holds for phones.
One warrant authorized the hacking of an unlimited number of unidentified targets.
Raccoons will be hot this year, and other predictions from Motherboard's editor-in-chief.
The app joins Tyson's pre-existing line of bitcoin ATMs.
The West African nation has grand plans for space science, and they start by looking back on Earth.
The bitcoin backers I spoke to are hopeful for the technology's progress. Yet they work against an environment of Western condescension.
From the internet of dildos to having someone else pay the phone bill, trolls filed lot of patently ridiculous patents last year.
Criminals were caught and marketplaces disappeared, but 2015 also saw some appreciation of legitimate uses for Tor.