For a good century and a half, "The Indian Girl" solely depicted a Native American woman holding a crucifix. At some point, that changed.
The connected map, the GPS dot, is a different sense of safety than the static map.
People are going to great lengths to play mobile augmented-reality game 'Ingress' on Earth’s frozen, southernmost continent.
Without being able to reliably use GPS, I felt lost.
Welcome to OUTER LIMITS, a Motherboard series that goes inside the outdoors.
Big Telecom has little interest in expanding to small towns and farmlands, so rural America is building its own solutions.
Architect Jenny Sabin installs a magical photo-reactive structure for the museum's 2017 Warm Up series.
Dani Ploeger thinks that, without electricity, we would have a 'Powerless Space.'
Researchers offer an explanation for and solution to that annoying wait for an access point to actually connect.
And connections are about to get a lot faster.
Engineers take millimeter-wave wireless into the wilds of southern Virginia.
No ATMs, no flights, no internet.