Then Motherboard tells us how eSports is bringing back mechanical computer keyboards and VICE Magazine explains how a rare breed of cattle survived for 2,000 eating only foraged greens.
The obvious reason going green doesn't work is the sheer impossibility of getting the developed world to stop... well, developing.
Many animals and plants still contain so much radioactivity they are unsafe for human consumption.
World leaders have finally signed a historic climate agreement. Now all we have to do is fundamentally reshape the global economy.
Andrew Basiago is a practicing lawyer, an advocate for single-payer health care, and says the government has been hiding secret time travel technology from the public for decades.
Welcome to the automated ennui apocalypse.
"It took me almost 40 years to understand that I am not into music, but into listening. There's a big difference. But once you get that, everything is music."
Over a decade later, Genome Island continues to prove that online educations don't have to be boring.
The god-awful technology that makes up the United States' immigration system is finally being updated, after several failed attempts.
As young women growing up in Silicon Valley, my classmates and I never struggled with discrimination. Our privileged upbringing shielded us from inequality.
Whoever is in charge of the Monopoly Facebook page has some pretty strange ideas in his or her head, it turns out.
Tumblr bloggers call out poor handling of trans issues in the new Powerpuff Girls episodes.
In honor of Earth Day, here's the story of the sixth-to-last human conversation to ever be recorded. It takes place, naturally, on gChat.
Is it time to reexamine regulations on sewage sludge fertilizer?
The half-French, half Catalan engineer crossed the continent to build an electric car anyone could afford.
Women at the top of their fields say bias is a real problem, and needs a structured approach to change.
Here is the truth: Apple paid independent recyclers to recycle old electronics—which were almost never Apple products, but the way—because it's required by law to do so.
Drones, 3D holograms, cameras with body heat detection, and a 360-degree radar surveillance.
There is a national standard for one "drink." Should the same be true for pot?
Chinese scientists report embryos developing from two-cell to blastocyst stage while onboard satellite SJ-10.
The oil and gas giant has filed a lawsuit to keep lawmakers and environmentalists in the dark.
And we're starting with ourselves.
Artist Paolo Cirio is battling websites that profit off mugshots.
New iOS app Magnus gives you all the information you could ever want about a work of art. All you need to do is point your smartphone camera at it.