Thanks to Buddhist monk training, Sean David Morton said he traveled about 100 years into the future, where he learned that the current wars in the Middle East would weaken the American economy and lead to internal struggles, along with a devastating war
While Western jihadists have been well documented on Twitter, Instagram, and even on anonymous question-and-answer site Ask.fm—it's really their use of memes that has become the greatest online symbol for Gen-Y jihad.
The bill would force the FCC to ban ISP and content provider agreements that would produce an internet fast lane, but it won't pass. More likely it's a measuring stick—if it comes to a vote, Democrats will have many Republican lawmakers on the record as o…
When a self-professed Freedom of Information geek requested a copy of all FBI records that provide information on how to interpret or understand so-called "leetspeak," the agency sent over an 83-page list containing more than 2,800 acronyms.
Hannah Fraser, an Australian underwater model, has made a name for herself over the last 12 years swimming with humpbacks, manta rays, and many types of sharks—from massive-mouthed whale sharks to great whites—all while dressed as a mermaid.
While Tumblr is known for its food blogs and classy porn posts, one Canadian jihadist has made a habit of posting eulogies of some of his dead comrades. And he's not alone: Several Western jihadists use it to show off their exploits fighting holy war in t…
The sum, which is precisely 29,658.80613651 bitcoins, has been monitored closely by the cryptocurrency community thanks to the Blockchain—the public ledger of each and every transaction that keeps the Bitcoin network alive.
3-D-printed sex toys aren't new, but the simplicity and accessibility of this web application make it easy enough for pretty much anyone to give it a go. It's the DIY side of the custom-sex-toy revolution.
A digital watchdog group says there's "no doubt" that the secretive NSA has destroyed evidence showing it illegally spied on Americans and continues to do so, despite court orders to preserve the data.
That a humble teenage chatbot named Eugene "passed" the Turing Test made for ideal headline fodder on a relatively quiet Monday morning: The Washington Post termed it a "landmark." Some other humans, including myself, call it bullshit.
CSIS is the most direct Canadian parallel to the CIA. Are they concerned about their public image too? Would they also begin their social media presence with an underhanded joke? We may never know, because they're skipping it.
EXCLUSIVE: In early 2012, members of the hacking collective Anonymous carried out a series of cyber attacks on government and corporate websites in Brazil. They did so under the direction of a hacker who, unbeknownst to them, was helping the FBI carry out…
Only 23 percent of the 50 billion plastic water bottles Americans use every year are recycled. Now we can use a 3D printer to turn all those bottles and old, plastic junk into new and exciting plastic junk.
The reasons vary by city, but in many cases, the reason you can't get gigabit internet speeds—without the threat of that service being provided by a company that wants to discriminate against certain types of traffic—is because of the giant telecom busine…