Artists are increasingly interested in visiting anechoic chambers, where the only sound is your own body.
Since 2007, Romania's courts have been giving criminals a choice between prison and disassembling electronics in warehouses.
The Australian Medical Research Council is launching its third inquiry into whether wind farms cause illnesses. But is this just a excuse to slander renewable energy?
Welcome to the world of Watch People Code, a premise which couldn't possibly be any more straightforward and is exactly what it sounds like.
At the turn of the millennium, amateur gunsmith Richard Giza claimed to have achieved the impossible—he'd built a mechanism that eliminated recoil from firearms. No one believed him.
DARPA's researchers are hard at work creating biotechnology straight out of science fiction.
As if we needed more encouragement to hop in an Uber after last call.
Any given time, on any given day, law enforcement could be scooping up your location data using a fake cell phone tower, and you would probably never know about it.
Like a salamander tail.
If you thought Stuxnet was bad, wait until you meet Equation Group, the most sophisticated cyber-attack group yet.
Canada is investigating its first case of mad cow disease since 2011, but you shouldn't worry. Yet.
Obama's new cybersecurity order will allow for expanded information sharing between private companies and the federal government—and many major companies are on board.
Facebook announced today that users will now be able to designate someone to manage their pages after they go on to that great social network in the sky.
The fate that befell VKontakte may soon take down Facebook and Twitter.
Bush has published nearly 300,000 emails he sent and received during the eight years he served as governor of Florida. A presidential hopeful opening up his inbox this way may be unprecedented.
Iggy Azalea became the butt of many jokes this week when she ranted on Twitter about a Papa John's pizza delivery guy giving out her phone number, but her pizza feud exposes serious privacy issues.
It's not easy keeping up with social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter from inside the prison-industrial complex, but convicts find a way.
Professor Edward Meloni has come up with a new method that uses xenon gas to help those suffering with PTSD.
After an explosion of publicity, and an influx of users, the hullabaloo around Ello died down quickly. But some people are still on it five months later. Who are they?
They still guzzle way too much power.
We measured the effect that weed has on the brain using a EEG helmet, a joint, and an adulterated cookie.
They used to pretend to be prostitutes. Now, Tinder spam bots pretend to be football fans.
A new pill marketed as a dietary supplement claims it can boost 'metabolic health.'
The sweaty server farm that makes $1.5 million a month.