When a woman puts on a prosthetic foot or knee or arm, she often finds that it's not quite right.
@xrsone, who flagged 9,200 handles belonging to Islamic State supporters and militants, argues that Twitter could implement a better strategy to counter extremist activity online.
Undercover cops arrested a 25-year-old engineering student for dealing weapons internationally.
Edward Snowden says surveillance has a purpose, but it's not about fighting terrorism.
Nanoparticles in disguise will deliver stroke medication.
The old-fashioned machines have been largely replaced by computers, but they still have their fans, including Tom Hanks and the NYPD.
An investigation to the strange feel of thermoplastics that has come to dominate our interaction with electronics.
I tried the best virtual reality there is. I wanted it to work, but it doesn't.
The nonprofit that runs Wikipedia and the ACLU say NSA spying threatens anonymity online.
The retail giant claims that the prank website walmart.horse will confuse customers and will tarnish "the goodwill and reputation of Walmarts products, services, and trademarks."
What can you actually do with the carbon-based "miracle material"?
It's become fashionable to blame Facebook for depression, but mental health professionals say that explanation is incomplete.
And that's good, because it has a giant Martian mountain to climb.
One man has already plead guilty, one is on the run from the law, and one is still being arraigned.
Uninstall it. Now.
In the span of a couple decades, email has gone from being a novelty to an innovation to a convenience to a necessity to a nuisance. Let's just get rid of it.
For a predator, the trusting, carefree corner of the cryptocurrency market was simply irresistible.
This is the first brain imaging study to look at a human brain on LSD. For this research, volunteers took the drug and had their brains imaged by fMRI and MEG scanners.
I talked to sex workers and advocates about why an app is not the solution to their problems.
The story of Felipe García, a communications specialist reportedly kidnapped by a Mexican drug cartel, and forced into a shadow hacker squad that engineers the gang's hidden radio network.
The US Food and Drug Administration has, ironically, made penetrating the lube market an extremely painful and difficult process that involves a lot of friction.
It's legal for a hobbyist to build a firearm in the comfort of his own home without going through a background check or registering it—but at what point does a gun become a gun?
Maybe. And it's an idea that could help explain the existence of the universe itself.
Which is a pretty fucking terrifying thought.