Like the ruins of the Coliseum or shuttered drive-in theaters, the ghosts of web 1.0 linger. And scattered throughout that hidden world are the early Internet churches.
There are serious concerns about what "sound cannons" can do to our bodies and our politics.
By opening a crowdfunding platform with no pretense of "funding" anything other than a person's needs or wants, did Indiegogo essentially build an entire site just for the potato salad Kickstarter guy?
Have you ever looked at a plastic bag and thought, fuck, that looks delicious? If not, perhaps a new device called the Fungi Mutarium will change your mind.
The Sony hack is "every CEO's worst nightmare" and the leaked data is probably going to send someone to jail, expert Bruce Schneier says. That, not any threat of violence, is the real power of this hack.
The Kanavape is a vaporizer that lets users inhale the pain-relieving cannabinoid CBD without inhaling any of that intoxicating THC.
Oil spills are an unavoidable part of our future on this planet, but we could at least clean them up better.
The free app allows sex workers to raise the alarm about violent clients by broadcasting a short message describing the person and the incident to other sex workers nearby.
In the heady early years of the world wide web, four Australian women—Josephine Starrs, Julianne Pierce, Francesca da Rimini, and Virginia Barratt—were part of a cultural movement called Cyberfeminism, which peaked in the early 1990s.
It also helps them figure out who is doing what chores every day.
I spoke to the developer Matt Gilgenbach, who channelled his own OCD into Neverending Nightmares.
Remember the two guys who invented a machine that sucked blood out of your arm when you lost at a video game? No? Well, I spoke to them about that whole thing.
Aside from the whole "100 percent completion" thing, they really don't seem to serve any purpose whatsoever.
A vlogger's debut novel recently sold 78,000 copies in its first week and now publishers are looking for titles written by teens with YouTube followings.
How ShitExpress went from a marketing stunt to a real business.
All previous attempts at a GoT game have been terrible, but Telltale's "Iron from Ice" is where that dismal streak ends.
The International Security Conference and Exposition is a rare window into the world of physical surveillance that usually remains hidden in secret command and control centers.
America's favorite chain restaurant introduced a fleet of mistletoe-carrying drones for the holiday season, which seemed like a stupid idea even before one of them cut somebody's face open.
Don't run. Don't shoot. Just look and listen, and wait a while.
Czechoslovakia: 38-89 offers a civilian perspective on war.
Short answer: sex, cricket, and tomatoes that look like ducks. Which is pretty much what you'd expect.
If there's intelligent life in the cosmos, it's probably nowhere we can get to anytime soon. At least that's the finding of the astrobiologist who, for the first time in decades, has updated the key formula scientists use to seek out interstellar life.
While speculation grows about who hacked Sony Pictures and published tens of gigabytes of their confidential information, a hacker from the team responsible has claimed they're North Korean and told us to go fuck ourselves.
We spoke to the legendary science fiction writer about his legacy as tech "prophet," his new book, and writing the Hollywood flop Johnny Mnemonic.