In the end, the world is merely an endless stream of faces.
Dumpster diving for record sleeves is just one part of the Brainfeeder DJ's game.
Long-term studies on the health effects of vaping haven't been completed, and you know what else hasn't been studied? Whether they've been programmed by al Qaeda to explode all over our old people.
Meet the groups that are working to change the public's perception of Ufologists by removing the "pseudoscience, claptrap, conspiracies, and hoaxes" from their investigations.
The tabletop system developed by Bristol Interaction and Graphics combines a flat surface with floating screens made of mist which are both see-through and can be hand-manipulated. In other words, you can maneuver drifting projections as if they were actu…
Photos of the ten homes created by one 3D printer, in under 24 hours.
Beyond the spectacle of their exit from this world, what's most interesting about Heaven's Gate, looking back, is their complicated relationship to technology.
Canada has a plan to develop its digital economy, which would be great news if the strategy weren't so comically lacking in ambition.
The plan is to create giant autonomous solar-powered robots flying 60,000 feet above the ground in order to provide internet access to remote areas and developing countries.
The porn industry has been pretty ahead of the curve on virtual reality software.
...Although that is definitely not what it looks like.
"US Airways wasn't trending nationwide before they sent an angry customer a photo of a toy plane inside a vagina."
KATSU is an artist, a vandal, and a clever hacker too. His work pushes our idea of what can be achieved with the graffiti artist's limited tool-set. For his new project, he has developed a system to attach a spray can to a quadcopter, creating the world's…
Ross Manning is looking to expose the truth of light and sound.
Get an inside look into how Intel Labs and USC's World Building program fused gaming and cinema into something next-level.
Security holes are par for the course on the web today, but a new, massive bug dubbed "Heartbleed" is particularly nasty, and widespread. Experts say that two-thirds of websites and nearly everyone that's used the internet in the last two years could be a…
Turns out there is a genetic component to doing tomorrow what could be done today. You can blame your parents for taking that Buzzfeed quiz during work hours.
In the span of a single century, the advancements that brought us recorded music, captured it on evolving multitudes of physical formats, and then rendered them all obsolete within the last decade, have irreversibly altered the industry's financial models…
The scientific community has done its job and provided evidence that climate change is here and we need to do something about it. It's not their fault everyone else would rather bicker than take action.
Likely because it represents the perfect confluence of things the internet loves—superlatives, a weird, bloggable history, China, contrarianism—the city has, in some portrayals, transitioned from one of the world's worst slums into "the modern pirate utop…
The chemical that makes you feel like everything around you is great when you're at a rave can also make you feel like your race or nationality is superior to everyone else's.
What most people don't know about the cult's devotees and their leader, Marshall Applewhite, is that they funded their lifestyle by building websites. I mean how else would you pay for bunk beds, purple shrouds, and Nike Airs?
The massive over company said climate change is clearly a threat, but is planning on doubling down on efforts to move its carbon-loaded merchandise regardless.
Alexis Jemus entered a Montreal IKEA and with panorama photography magic, he multiplied himself nearly fifty times, creating a surreal army inside the Google Maps virtualization of the store. The digital clones ominously stand in fake kitchens, kneel in f…