GPS

tech-science

NASA Has Turned on a Deep Space GPS

The miniature atomic clock is a big step toward self-driving deep space probes.
Becky Ferreira
8.28.19
GPS

Satellites Are Quietly, Constantly Watching Us

In a few short decades, the movement and activities of large swathes of Earth's humans can be tracked at all times.
Ziya Tong
6.11.19
News

All the News You Need to Read This Morning

Restaurants will be banned from keeping tips from staff.
VICE Staff
10.1.18
News

All the News You Need to Read This Morning

Kim meets Trump, and Germaine Greer thinks rapists getting an "R" tattooed on them would be better than them serving jail time.
VICE Staff
5.31.18
mental health

Take the Depression Quiz Being Criticised By Experts

A drug company that manufactures antidepressants funded the questionnaire that GPs use to help diagnose depression. Sounds legit.
Hannah Ewens
5.22.17
The Morning Bulletin

The VICE UK Morning Bulletin

Chaos in prisons, Brexit threatens our GPS, the return of Partridge, and much more.
Lee Zachariah
2.13.17
Gaming

'Pokémon Go' Isn't Very Good, but It Will Be Huge Anyway

Pokémon Go is more about exploring and community than it is about fighting monsters.
Austin Walker
7.10.16
Stuff

For the Next 30 Days You Can Take LaBeouf, Rönkkö, and Turner Anywhere You Want

The three collaborators are launching their latest internet art project #TAKEMEANYWHERE.
VICE Staff
5.24.16
premier league

A Swansea Fan Made off with Jordi Amat's Shirt – and a Sports Scientist Wants the GPS Back

One of the detriments of giving away one of today's modern shirts.
Liam Daniel Pierce
5.9.16
News

We Spoke to Some NHS Workers About How They're Feeling Today

Clue: fucking terrified.
Eleanor Morgan
5.8.15
News

The Labour and Tory NHS Pledges Are Total Bullshit

An angry nurse takes a look at the different party's NHS promises this election.
Jane Stolz
4.30.15
Stuff

The Terrifying Consequences of Your Internet Addiction

In Nicholas Carr's The Glass Cage, the Pulitzer-shortlisted author makes a compelling argument against our reliance upon technology, as well as highlighting the perils of being forever trapped in the beam of our smartphones.
David Whelan
1.8.15
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