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.
Welcome to AR's fortress of solitude.
The technology to transfer our brains to computers is coming. But will our digital copies actually be us?
Pornhub is crowdfunding the world's first ever space porn.
Buried on page 109 of $20 billion appropriations bill.
It's been almost two years since I implanted an NFC chip as well as a magnet into my hand and technically became a cyborg.
The Met won't confirm or deny whether they're behind the fake phone masts grabbing information from Londoners' phones, meaning we have no idea whether the tech is being used responsibly.
How will future strokes affect humans if—and that's a big if—all our brains are one day connected to each other via the internet?
Users who want Reddit to be a place for unfettered free speech aren't happy about it.
The Department of Justice wants Reason.com to identify six users who posted threatening comments against the judge.
The Creators Project spoke with Jabbar Raisani, one of the show's VFX supervisors, to talk about how the crew used a tool called a 'Dragon Buck' to bring the beast to life.