The People Who Claim They're Allergic to Wifi
I spent a day with sufferers of "electromagnetic hypersensitivity" – individuals who say they suffer a range of physical symptoms when they're exposed to electronic radiation.
When You Inevitably Get Hacked, Blame Public Wifi
If you must use it, here’s how to stay safe.
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How Scared Should I Be of the Internet of Things?
Will the robot uprising start in our kitchens?
How Cubans Are Using Their Country's First WiFi Hotspots
These hotspots are often inconvenient, and they're not free. But for many Cubans, they provide a vital window to the outside world.
Meet 'Slumpie,' the Sculpture That Snuggles You While You Text
Jillian Mayer’s Wifi-emitting soft sculptures comfortably support your body while you obsessively use your smartphone.
You Can't Watch Your Filthy Porn Using McDonald's Wi-Fi Anymore
McDonald’s has announced that it has now begun to block access to any and all pornographic materials on the public Wi-Fi offered in its US locations.
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"I'd rather be at home getting high on some WiFi..."
Hieronymus Mixes Underground Culture with Digital-Wave Inspirations
A sportswear brand that's inspired by the internet and German aesthetic theory.
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Some Parents Are Suing Their Son's School Because They Think the Wi-Fi is Making Him Sick
They claim the student suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome, a condition that causes symptoms like headaches and nausea from proximity to the Wi-Fi.
This Man Can Hear Wi-Fi
With the help of sound artist Daniel Jones, writer Frank Swain created a special hearing device that enables him to hear Wi-Fi signals.
This Device Will Stop You from Getting High in Hotel Rooms and Dorms
I talked to the buzzkill scientist who invented a smoke detector that looks out for smoking rather than smoke.
Artistic Interventions "Hack" Venezuelan Protests
With "Invisible Protests," "Murder Machine," and "SOS.Venezuela," Pratt MFA grad Diego Zaks uses tech art to tackle some of Venezuela's most pressing social issues.