With our consumption of media being compressed into smaller and smaller bites, it was only a matter of time before Instagram unveiled this new app. But does this newest trend in capturing moments reveal something else about the way we experience what's ar…
In July 1994, Citibank officials notified the FBI of what was then a novel crime: Hundreds of thousands of dollars had simply disappeared from corporate bank accounts. By October of that year, the total had ballooned to $10 million. It was, according to t…
Jason Koebler at Motherboard met Matthew, a drone pilot who may soon be fighting ISIS. Matthew has been on the front lines for the last three years without traveling more than 20 minutes from the nearest Walmart.
The sprawling but just OK Destiny proves that all the money in the world can't make people like you. Mid-tier games find themselves unfairly marginalized for having a few nuts and bolts loose despite, generally, being a lot of fun. So go on, embrac…
"The human body is dying," says Samppa Von Cyborg, lighting a cigarette in his east London home, which doubles up as the studio where he sees his clients. His face is laced with tattoos and piercings, metal-tipped teeth, and a bifurcated tongue.
But all the rumors and BS that circulated on tech websites for nearly two years might have been a good thing: It got us talking about science, design, materials, and innovation in ways that we usually don't.
Last night, an anonymous poster published a ransom note on Pastebin, saying he or she would release the identity of Bitcoin's mysterious creator, the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto, in exchange for 25 bitcoins.
That players have choices is considered one of the medium's exciting traits, but I always struggled a little bit to connect to games that have that kind of openness—am I playing a character, or am I being me?
If the feds honestly think pot's too dangerous to give to combat veterans living in agony, what are the chances they're going to let people experiment with it simply because they'd like to experience increased sexual pleasure?
The social media site plans to roll out an algorithm that will filter the tweets shown to users in hopes of making their chaotic feeds a little more orderly and more like Facebook. Naturally, everyone is up in arms about this.