Delve into the forums where internet rappers exchange lyrics in text-based battles.
Large, below-the-surface underground cities are far from a new phenomenon, but despite a period when they were in vogue, big cities now feel squeamish about adding or expanding them. Here's why.
Tattoos mixed with human hair, cremated remains, and DNA are spawning a nascent industry in "morbid ink."
Anything that sucks up that much energy can't be good for the environment.
Something more sinister is happening: The internet has turned us into belligerent critics.
An entirely too thorough look at the absurd state of drone regulations in the United States.
While all eyes will be on the track, field, and pool come August 5, the Games will be managed and secured from above in a "milestone" for the Olympics.
The definitive, arbitrary ranking of the latest additions to our pictorial vocabularies.
The terror group's forays in social tech may prove to be a high-risk, high-cost experiment.
A new way of tricking the body's own immune system to attack cancer cells.
Finally find out what it's like to pull on that perplexing hairdo.
The famous tech dude behind Tesla and SpaceX told an audience at the Code Conference that his dreamed-of Martian colony would be run by direct democracy.
Fans of both scripture and cartoon internet hieroglyphics can download the e-book from iTunes.
Read an excerpt from Virginia Heffernan's Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art about pixels, porn, and proliferation.
Check out Motherboard's new show that animates famous incidents of computer hacking.
Red Light Legal is dedicated to helping sex workers find culturally competent legal representation–and thanks to the internet, it's poised to have a pretty serious impact.
An anonymous aspiring model says Model Mayhem should have done more to warn her of the predators lurking on the site, and a three-judge panel is allowing her lawsuit to proceed.
The glasses become opaque, effectively blinding you until you look away.
One planet could conceivably host a moon with life.
Turns out, I don't need to be on social media to have a social media presence.
Motherboard's editor-in-chief, Derek Mead, gives us an exclusive look at new shows like Whiz Kids and Greatest Moments in Hacking History.
Two weeks after Tumblr disclosed a 2013 data breach, we finally know how big it was.
Texas Republican Louie Gohmert is in favor of building a Noah's Ark-like spaceship but is not in favor of putting gay people on it.