Forget one laptop for every child. The Wiki Weapons Project promises 3D-printed handguns for everybody!
'National Review' writer Kevin Williamson's piece "Like a Boss" argues that Romney is more fertile than Obama, and is thus a superior candidate for President. In short, he's full of shit.
What are the chances of an asteroid colliding with earth and causing hundreds of millions of people to drown in tidal waves the size of skyscrapers? For this piece, we talked to science's No. 1 booster, Neil deGrasse Tyson, about what it would take to sto…
The esteemed neurologist says gobbling down LSD has helped him empathize with patients.
A new study puts the blame on antibiotics for boosting civilization's fatness problem.
The disgraced Republican Representative from Missouri is a member of the Congressional committee that addresses America's scientific goals. Too bad this committee doesn't get science.
Everyone's quitting Facebook.
Inside America's $100 million sensor grab to pick off narco planes.
Sidling up with Lena Soderberg, titty-mag centerfold and First Lady of the Internet.
Facebook is the final piece of the "Triangle of IPO Terror."
Here is a little behind the scenes anecdote from the filming of Motherboard's "Plus Pool" documentary.
A few dudes in Brooklyn think swimming in New York's rivers is a cool idea, so they're planning to build a plus sign-shaped pool, appropriately named Plus Pool, that will float in the city's surrounding waters. What's nuts is the thing will actually be fi…
When the U.S. started going after Bradley Manning's friends, David House trolled them back.
Bill Gates just gave a $100,000 cash prize to designers of a toilet that has solar panels that break down poop and pee. In honor of their recent success, we present to you the other solar-powered toilets of the world. In the future, this is where we will
For the first episode of Motherboard's new series "Experimental Music," Dan Deacon gets slimy and chats us up about haters, his new album, and how the end of the world will be anything but elegant. It's two parts "Bill Nye," 1.5 parts "Meet the Band," and…
It's really just an airbag for your head.
It will take four months and 500 workers to dismantle the erstwhile Exxon Valdez.
They're vain, inane, and attention seeking, and they're more famous than you'll ever be. But exactly who are they? I dipped my toe into the murky world of the Teenybopper Trolls to find out.
Kids are sticking each other up at gunpoint for virtual world cash.
On Wednesday I wrote an article for VICE titled "Torrentfreak is Full of Shit, According to a Demonoid Admin," that quoted a Demonoid site moderator I am in contact with. Unsurprisingly, TorrentFreak got a bit upset.
It only took four decades. (Slow clap.)
You'd probably try these out if you weren't such a deadbeat.
There's no downside or moral dilemma when it comes to drone strikes, says philosopher employed by the U.S. military.
I've been covering the rise of Demonoid since 2009, so when TorrentFreak reported that they were forcibly kicked off the internet, possibly courtesy of the US government, I reached out to one of their admins. I was told that anything TorrentFreak reports