The Moon Might Be Quaking from Stress, Scientists Find
New research analyzes how the moon's surface moves, from a cooled interior to gravitational pulls.
Researchers Say Facebook’s Dead Users Could Outnumber the Living Within 50 Years
This study suggests we start thinking seriously about how we handle digital remains.
The Complicated Appeal of 'Gamer Girl' Porn
We take a harder look at how female gamers are portrayed in porn.
That Viral Video of a Chimp Scrolling Instagram Is Bad, Actually
The video of the chimpanzee scrolling through social media isn't good for wildlife conservation, experts say.
YouTube’s Bad Anti-Conspiracy Algorithm Links Notre Dame Fire to 9/11 Attacks
The "information panel" feature, which is supposed to defend against fake news spread, promoted a link to terror attacks.
I Tried Skype’s New 50-Person Video Calling Feature, My Personal Hell
Skype's conferencing feature now allows double the participants, so I tested it out.
Dolphins Have Clitorises 'Remarkably Similar' to Humans
For the first time, scientists studied the dolphin clit up close—and found something familiar
This Fake Boyfriend App Bails You Out of Awkward Moments
Microsoft developer advocate Chloe Condon created an app to fake a call, to get her off the hook in unwanted social situations.
Start April With Some Newly Declassified Nuclear Test Footage
Decades-old films show the sheer power of nuclear warheads.
Health Apps Can Share Your Data Everywhere, New Study Shows
A study tested two dozen medicine apps to find out how and where they're sharing your personal data.
Instagram Finally Admits It's a Bra Shopping App
With "Checkout for Instagram," the photo-sharing platform becomes what it was always meant for: shilling.
Facebook Is Launching a New Machine Learning Algorithm to Combat Revenge Porn
Facebook told Motherboard that this tool is trained on "previously confirmed non-consensual intimate images."