Sex toy technology is improving, but the growing field of "teledildonics" is still rife with bad designs, unreliable technology, and insane-looking dildonic innovations.
The number of times I've achieved enlightenment and broken mental plateaus because of a Groupon is remarkably low, but that didn't stop me from purchasing three sessions in a sensory deprivation tank.
Eventually, you have to start parenting your parents—which is how I found myself forcing the woman who created me to go to a class so she could communicate with the rest of the 21st century.
Last week, the Russian military unveiled a prototype of its new combat robot, designed to look and act like our favorite science fiction androids.
While the public can enjoy anonymity tools or hard-drive encryption for privacy and security, people with more nefarious motivations are going to use these technologies to improve the efficiency of existing criminal enterprises.
In his first interview in years, Osamu Sato, the shadowy creator behind some of the most bizarre games ever, speaks out.
Ross Ulbricht, who was looking for "great startup ideas," sounds totally dateable.
A program called LEVITATION monitored users of file sharing websites such as Rapidshare and the now-defunct Megaupload for suspicious activity.
And the attackers claim to be affiliated with the infamous Lizard Squad.
A growing number of artists have turned to Instagram to make work aiming to unsettle our comfortable relationship with technology.
The release of the Frankenbugs may actually be one of the few human attempts to play god that won't blow up in our faces.
The Call of Duty Endowment, a nonprofit created by Activision, seeks to get unemployed veterans meaningful jobs.
Experts estimate that more than 3 million Americans between the ages of eight and 18 could be suffering from video game dependency, and in many cases this addiction can consume their entire lives.
Bob Perry knows where all the bodies are buried. He's got a machine that tells him.
Even without anti-vaxxers, keeping diseases down is hard.
We spoke to Janina Lowisz, the first holder of a "blockchain" ID, about the prospect of a libertarian future with no governments.
Meet the fire fetishists of YouTube who burn clothes on camera.
When he stopped talking to her, the cyber charlatan told him—via other fake accounts of her "friends"—that she'd intentionally overdosed on heroin.
If teachers suspect cyberbullying, they can force students to give up their social media passwords under a new state law.
Prosecuting digital crimes is getting much more like prosecuting any other criminal enterprise.
Hsieh would often disappear for days at a time inside an internet cafe in Kaohsiung, the second-largest city in Taiwan, to binge on computer games. But on January 8, after playing for three days straight, he collapsed and died of a cardiac arrest.
There hasn't been a truly great Sonic game for ages, and 2014's Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric was a nadir that the Sega mascot might never recover from.
Could this be the end of the annual flu shot?
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face, then someone making a Vine of that and sharing it—forever.