What's more important for a military amputee who wants to return to the battlefield: advanced prosthetic technology, or sheer human will?
Emojis are like The Force: they can be used for good, or they can be used for evil. Or they can be used as a symbol for a dick.
An investigation found thousands of resumes on LinkedIn and other sites listing the names of known degree mills.
A racist hashtag wasn't trending until it triggered a backlash.
From pacemakers to drug pumps, critical medical devices have been shown to be incredibly vulnerable.
Further evidence we need to include women in clinical trials.
Fighting in Syria is creating conditions similar to those that caused the Dust Bowl.
In new experiments, virus particles are tasked with transporting energy in organic light antennae.
Why did the site need to sell when it already had a fulfilling media existence?
El Niño bears down.
A change in government could have a generational impact on the scientific community.
Mostafa Ahmed Awwad, an engineer, thought he was giving nuclear aircraft carrier plans to the Egyptian government.
When marking someone for death is like feeling around in the dark.
Motherboard visits the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
'DarkScape' helps us remember what we found so attractive about the genre's emphasis on working with other players in the first place.
The success of The Martian has increased public interest in NASA's mission to Mars, but so far it hasn't increased the amount of money Congress is giving NASA.
Apparent mistake exposed drivers' licenses, social security numbers, and work documents.
And here's a few easy ways to prevent yourself from getting pwnd.
The Victorian mathematician's legacy goes beyond the first published computer program.
The writer is composing his next book over the course of the next five days, and you can watch him do it in an experiment that's sort of like Twitch for novelists.
A NASA-backed project has created a way to feed future martian explorers.
The war on self-balancing scooters—a.k.a. "hoverboards"—has officially begun.
Many people report seeing their Tinder matches in the site's 'People You May Know' section.
When your perspective, your health, and even your home are laid to waste by your insatiable desire to check all of your Facebook notifications.