We talked to author and security analyst Peter Singer about why the next war will be so much scarier than past ones, and whether there's anything we can do about it.
Robo-tripping with a neural network.
The energy cost of a single Bitcoin transaction could power 1.5 American homes for a day.
Meet the interstellar warriors of Spaceguard.
A 1:24 scale hyperloop that fits in a classroom.
Two words may be the key to finally unlocking the department's secrets.
California's anti-vaxxers will no longer be able send their unvaccinated kids to school, if a bill passed by the State Assembly gets signed into law.
An outdated RFID implant is like a regrettable tattoo—you can remove it, but it's going to be bloody.
The Pentagon is working on technology that will allow it to engineer a new organism within a day of it being found in the wild.
After a decade on the web, what's Reddit's legacy?
Meet the only presidential candidate with a viable plan to stabilize the planet's climate.
The two prominent public intellectuals argue manned missions to space are essentially political posturing that yield little science.
Dickens acolytes can rejoice.
Even a new study with very conservative estimations show animals are disappearing at an alarming rate.
They are biohacking at entry level, or maker culture at its most extreme.
With Planned Parenthood Direct, a new app piloting in California, you can order an STD test and have the results processed with a few easy swipes on your smartphone.
Titan may be an outer solar system world, but it has inner solar system cred.
Behind the scenes of Bloomberg's 38,000-word opus.
The FTC cracked down on its first ever crowdfunding case, but there are still lots of ways you can lose your money on the site.
Uber always did say that it creates jobs.
I don't know what it is exactly, but sentences like "I think my Wi-Five is broken" make my blood boil.
Matthew Martin is using the digital currency to circumvent Islamic rules about finance.
Yahoo's top security officer wants to make the internet safe for everyone.
The hyperloop will launch passengers down a pressurized tube at 760 miles per hour.