An exclusive look at the making of The Double, from the creation of Jesse Eisenberg's doppelgänger to the sci-fi film within a film. Go behind the scenes with director Richard Ayoade and VFX powerhouse Framestore in a new documentary from the Creat…
By reversing its aging process when it gets sick or injured, Japan's tiny Turritopsis dohrnii jellyfish is one of the only known animals that has figured out how to defeat death. Motherboard paid a visit to Japan to visit a researcher who is studyi…
Take a tour of the refrigerated photo vault preserving film in a former Pennsylvanian mine.
The agency proposed a civil penalty against New York City's David Zablidowsky, who ran the drone into a couple of buildings until it crash-landed 20 feet from a person.
The Phonotube is a light instrument cum sound sequencer that looks exactly like that—a fluorescent tube is attached to a small machine in which photocells transform gaseous light into sound.
The question of tact is becoming increasingly relevant now that humans are starting to interact with robots on an everyday basis, in everyday situations. If robots act like dicks, what's the point?
Why is Google granting students, businesses, and government users the expectation of privacy, and withholding it from the rest of its 400-plus million users?
Novelty accounts mixing romantic advice and movie quotes with the occasional affiliate link can earn thousands of dollars a month for their owners, many of whom are too young to drink.
A new research project at the Newscastle University Institute of Neuroscience is exploring how praying mantises process 3D vision in hopes of opening possibilities to create much simpler algorithms for programming 3D vision in robots and computers.
A digital currency based on a dog meme distinguished by grammatically absurd broken phrases in the Comic Sans font is the fifth largest digital currency in the world. Huh.
World leaders may be fretting over whether the NSA bugged their phones, but Canadian government officials aren't particularly worried—they bought theirs directly from the agency.
The federal regulatory agency is stacked with shady lawyers who recently worked for Internet Service Providers that stand to benefit tremendously from the defeat of net neutrality.
The 20th century American artist's most futuristic works—by 1985 standards—have been recovered from floppy disks and shared by the Andy Warhol Museum.
We went to meet some virtual-reality developers to talk about what happens when the biggest trailblazer in independent VR gaming gets bought by Facebook for $2 billion.
Good news, you're living in an exciting time for technology. Bad news, the pub quiz is dead.
A study titled "Drawing On The Right Side Of The Brain: A Voxel-Based Morphometry Analysis Of Observational Drawing" proves that people who are better at drawing really seem to have more developed structures in regions of the brain.
The fight between broadcast networks and the startup internet broadcaster Aereo made its appearance in the United States Supreme Court yesterday, as the court began hearing arguments that have been playing out in lower courts for two years now.
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All the New York City cops wanted was some photos for their Facebook account, but they ended up launching a trending topic about how awful they are.
Although many users of the site have had their lost funds returned, a huge amount of Bitcoins are just lying there, repaid to people who haven't logged in since the hack.
It's the coolest advancement in dance technology since Dance Dance Revolution.
Photoshop has seen some hard times as of late, finding itself at the butt end of backlash and parodies. In her latest work, 20-year-old artist Flora Borsi has reinterpreted the digital program IRL.
You know how you love to get drunk but hate, hate, HATE to swallow liquid? Well, don't worry—your long nightmare is over, thanks to carbohydrate powders and a company called Palcohol.
Teenagers use social media to make tasteless jokes and express fleeting feelings of violence—but when do those tweets and Facebook posts cross the line and become illegal threats?