In 2008, Enric Duran stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from European banks to start a progressive hacktivist commune. Nathan Schneider traveled to Catalonia to meet the man, who is still on the run from the authorities.
...and is sending your browser history to other companies.
A future in which we can cure infertility by way of sperm-making machines could be on the horizon.
Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. But when they're between the planets they live really, really close together.
The company complied with 92 percent of government requests.
The German automation firm Festo is building a bunch of the sci-fi-esque critters, which it thinks could become the future of manufacturing.
The US is targeting hackers in the same way it's targeted terrorists and nuclear proliferations programs.
Celebrity apps are the next frontier of fan culture, allowing users to play at being the Hollywood idols of the Twitter generation: Lindsay Lohan, Kim K, and, soon, Katy Perry.
After 30 years, the male birth control shot finally has momentum in the US.
Indiana's new "religious freedom" law has ignited a national firestorm of protest—and the tech industry is leading the fight.
The agent's story provides a textbook lesson in exactly not what to do if you want to maintain multiple identities on the dark web without getting caught.
"I'm obsessed with Bitcoin, and I'm going to prison. So of course I wanted to know if I could continue to use it on the inside."
While there has been a human presence in space since 1961, the topic of cosmic coitus continues to be woefully under-examined.
Real user data is being sold, but it's unclear where it came from.
Weeks of courtroom testimony led the jury to bring down the verdict on Friday.
We went to the Virtual Reality Los Angeles Spring Expo to find out.
Burning oil will probably destroy the environment, but why find out?
Robyn is the latest female pop star to fight for gender equality in tech.
Bodybuilding forums occupy a weird space between anonymous forums and Facebook, where users build reputations around their usernames and avatars, discussing the most noble pursuit of them all—bodybuilding.
However, the alleged Islamic State Hacking Division has no evidence to back up its claim.
Why you shouldn't buy bodily fluids from a random stranger you met online.
The lawyers are coming.
From New York to London and back, Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec send each other weekly drawings of everyday data.
Selfie sticks are fine. They really are. And besides, if you're using one and anybody gives you grief about it, at least you've got a nice, blunt object to hit them with.