Sound waves on your Lay's can give you away.
Given the current glut of wearable devices, it's anyone's guess what the dominant, paradigm-setting technology will wind up being even just a few years down the road.
Ben Eisenkop, better known as Unidan, was banned by Reddit the other night after administrators discovered he was faking votes to make sure his posts got more attention.
His Twitter gives him away.
After all, translating genetic code into isn't all that different from translating languages.
He's defending our privacy armed with a silenced shotgun.
The latest project of Italian art group IOCOSE is titled Drone Selfies, and it's exactly that—drones snapping mirror shots for their drone girlfriends or whatever.
I spoke to the creator of Mountain, a confusing—and incredibly addictive—app-cum-art-piece.
The bad news is this country is fucked. The good news is all the stereotypes you hang your whole sense of humour on are pretty much true.
Here's how to stand up for the next Aaron Swartz.
Whatever Snowden's origins and affiliations, he was not coming to his audience as a peer. He was coming as a prophet, and the gospel was liberty and anonymity and privacy and security.
You remember Vulfpeck, right? That'd be the Los Angeles funk band made internet-famous for releasing a record on Spotify consisting entirely of silence, accompanied by the instruction that it was to be listened to while sleeping: put the thing on repeat a…
While IDF planes drop bombs on Gaza and Hamas fires rockets from inside its borders, both groups are also tweeting, sharing, and promoting the war every step of the way.
Photographer Casey Brooks conceptualized a story using the ephemeral characters in GTA. The project is a multi-layered and thought-provoking photo essay called 'You Only Live Forever.'
One of the most interesting byproducts of SpaceX's success is the wealth of opportunities left in its wake.
Spanish artist Mario M. Santamaría scours Google's Art Project for glimpses of the hardware behind the service.
A guide to the ineffable delights of science fiction by women, for women.
It has happened many times before and now it's happening again, sadly.
Mimicking hallucinogenic experiences with virtual reality technology like Oculus Rift.
What happens when you're mildly attached to a dozen digital devices you've randomly accumulated over the years?
If you have posted a picture of your cat online, data analyst and artist Owen Mundy—and now, the rest of the world—knows where it lives. By that logic, he knows where you live, too.
Robo-ethicists have proposed using child sex robots to research and treat pedophilia. That's basically like saying that child molestation is fine, as long as you don't use real kids.
As the demand for cognitive enhancements expands, nootropics have grown from biohacking circles into the massive supplements market.
A friend of mine recently told me there was a cell phone game that I needed to try. Not just any game, but an addiction taking America by storm—and set to make $200 million this year.