On CYBER this week, we’re talking about a novel that frightfully depicts a not-so-distant future where FBI agents work with robot partners and terrorists meet up inside video games.
The planet: dying. Cars: not yet flying. Noodles: still delicious.
Working in cannabis used to be a crime, but now it's looking like a real career, complete with benefits.
"Maybe its just the generation Z in me but how did people burn CDs?" asks a 17-year-old. "Like how did you just get a blank CD and put songs on it?"
A Ministry of Defence report thinks dispassionate killer robots will carry out the conflicts of tomorrow. What could possibly go wrong?
Where better to find out about the future of rave culture than from a bunch of high people in a field?
We know it's all very confusing. Please allow us to explain.
Apparently the next big thing in porn has something to do with "doot sex," "tang pong," and "big blomjobs."
Companies are developing augmented reality technology they hope will be used by everyone from soccer players to your doctor.
To Hisyam A. Fachri, tarot reading isn't just fortune telling or mysticism —it's pyschology.
Obesity rates amongst children have already increased tenfold in four decades.
It was directed by Andrew Thomas Huang and looks like a fashion film from 2067.