The LOCUST drones are launched out of a cannon, come together autonomously in a "swarm," and detonate on impact.
Astronauts on long-haul space missions will need a way to make their own supplies.
Let's just be happy that celebrities tried something, and even though it failed, they are still more famous for it.
The internet can be a dark place, but this made me lose faith in humanity.
The big takeaway from the 25th Annual ASIS NYC Security Conference and Expo was that catastrophe could strike at any moment, and the only way to stop it was through beefed-up and intrusive security initiatives.
In the 1990s, the Space Telescope Science Institute accepted proposals from amateur astronomers for a few hours of telescope time.
An artist who draws crass dudes from online dating sites learned about revenge porn the hard way.
A global study of what countries are using what emojis is actually kind of depressing.
They might want to go green, but don't call them environmentalists.
Tech journalist Geoff White and ethical hacker Glenn Wilkinson show audiences how to take cybersecurity into their own hands.
How could you ever explain to someone that the 'Space Jam' website was once state of the art?
The country gave the cryptocurrency a warm welcome.
SwiftKey analyzed more than 1 billion emojis sent using their third-party keyboard to suss out the most popular symbols.
We can learn a lot about language from a round yellow face with hearts in its eyes.
The possibility of a nationalistic singularity poses some scary ethical questions.
You can now download the entire timestamped history of your Google searches.
Will an artificially intelligent system ever be able to "feel" as humans do?
Meet The Keen Team, China's most successful hacking collective.
The oil price slump plus rising congressional distaste for corn subsidies portends doom.
1996 was a simpler time: the information superhighway was but a dirt road and politicians were already trying to get your email address.
Is living forever even worth it?
Rescue Forensics claims it can scrape "massive quantities of data" from online escort ads and give that information to law enforcement, but advocates for sex workers say that such a service doesn't help anyone.
DARPA is trying to find out whether robots will ever replace hackers.
Welcome to the fifth world, a subreddit described by its founder as an "ultra-oppressive insanitocracy where the soup of the day is murder."