An unknown team of hackers found a way to jailbreak the new iPhone remotely.
On Sunday, a British police department demonstrated why rape-based humor really, really doesn't work.
"Hacking Team shouldn't be a fucking religion that if you wanna leave you're an infidel or a traitor."
Teeny tiny worms are helping us make the next giant leap for mankind.
Is it a 13,000-year-old blanket from outer space? Maybe.
In the early days of social media, death's clammy hand was never far from a user's shoulder.
One official has already compared them to housewives.
What happens in our brains when we hear things that creep us out, and how that's changing in an age awash in digital noise.
The Halloween sound effect album is a staple of the holiday almost as inextricably linked as trick-or-treating.
The runaway blimp is currently being trailed by US fighter jets.
Once, when I was 17, I woke up in the dark and couldn't move.
No one knows who or what is responsible for long-delayed echoes in radio transmissions.
New math shows that financial speculation caused the spike in food prices that led to war.
Pandora's $90 million settlement with the Recording Industry Association of America is just one in a sea of lawsuits all over the same incredibly weird copyright issue: internet streaming for pre-1972 sound recordings.
From an evolutionary perspective, our fear instincts make a lot of sense. But in our cozy modern-day lives, fear sometimes seems to do more harm than good.
Motherboard host Ben Ferguson checks into a robot hotel in the first episode of our new travel series Voyager.
The key to Zooey Deschanel's content farm success isn't celebrity. It's positivity.
After singing to Tom Cruise and his family, I wanted to belong.
The slow transition from text-based language to pictograms took another step, hooray!
The company is pulling down its campaign against Proposition F in San Francisco.
What's more important for a military amputee who wants to return to the battlefield: advanced prosthetic technology, or sheer human will?
Emojis are like The Force: they can be used for good, or they can be used for evil. Or they can be used as a symbol for a dick.
An investigation found thousands of resumes on LinkedIn and other sites listing the names of known degree mills.
A racist hashtag wasn't trending until it triggered a backlash.