Becoming more productive doesn't necessarily make life easier for everyone.
That is a lot of effort to find out when some poetry was written, but kudos to the research team behind this.
Basic income has been proven to work, and we're going to need it when robots replace 47 percent of the workforce by 2033.
The infamous hacker Andrew Auernheimer found a bunch of easy-to-hack billboards.
Designers hit back at Spencer Chen's unoriginal "Nothing is original" tweet about Airbnb's stolen logo.
Just because data is sort-of public, doesn't mean that it's ethical to collect en masse.
Somalis are one of the most displaced ethnic groups in the world, but the internet has helped them preserve their relationships and culture.
This tool will tell you if you're unknowingly supporting the big business of firearms.
Officials won't say why a government agency is posing as Google—or who that agency is.
A new study of 221 young people found "ADHD-like symptoms" present in their smartphone habits, but what about people who actually have ADHD?
Behind the scenes at the hyperloop's public coming-out party.
It will revolutionize our understanding of the brain.
Some of these planets could host life.
Social Media Bros. lets Luigi stomp goombas under bad tweets.
Twenty-five years into the future, we may have little reason to call any government service employee whatsoever.
We spoke to the world's leading experts in the field of human life extension to get an update on how close we are to living forever.
The drug trafficking organization has hundreds of planes, from Cessnas to Boeing 727s, and competes for top pilots.
My surreal meeting with robotics pioneer Scott Hassan.
Espen Aarseth won a $2.3 million grant to study games. I was very jealous so I called him to find out how he did it.
China's Ministry of Culture has put a ban on eating bananas on camera erotically, because apparently this is a thing.
Matthew Deutsch is so invested in cryonics—the process of deep freezing a body with the hope of reanimating it at a later time—he wrote a rock opera about it.
For purists only.
Major browsers all started blocking access to the website this week.
To some unfortunate users, the internet is a minefield of harassment and hatred. But there are steps we can take to make it a lot friendlier.