Cheat Maker Goes Dark After Getting Sued by 'Pokémon GO'
Global++, creators of the popular ‘PokeGO++’ cheating app, have shut down their websites after ‘Pokémon GO’ creator Niantic sued them.
The Latest Ransomware Took Advantage of a Devilishly Clever Trick
Usually, ransomware may be spread via emails or websites. But at least some victims of this latest wave were infected by a software update, according to researchers and law enforcement.
The Teens Going Door to Door to Stop Child Marriages
Child marriage is technically illegal in Bangladesh, but six in 10 girls are still married off before the age of 18. Now, teens across the country are adopting grassroots approaches to fight for their rights—and it's working.
This Might Be the Most Beautiful Knife Collection Ever
We got an inside look at the blade collection of a man who provides some of Europe's best chefs with their knives.
How Games, Piracy, and Religion Come Together in Saudi Arabia
How one player found solace—from religious discrimination and growing pains—in less-than-legal games.
A Vietnamese Designer Is Updating Eco-Design with Ancient Knowledge
Up your trip’s artistic ante by learning the craft of eco-friendly garment design.
Every Month This Year Has Been the Hottest in Recorded History
July was the hottest month recorded on our planet.
Inside One of Palestine's First Skate Camps
VICE caught up with the camp's founders, including pro skater Kenny Reed, to talk about their goal of fostering Palestine's budding skate scene.
For Your Next Trip, Vacation with an Artist
Ditch the touristy stuff in favor of a curated studio session with a global artist.
Horrifying Nightmares from Around the World
In waking life, we dedicate one day a year to the celebration of the macabre. In our dreams, however, every night is Halloween.
We Asked Foreign VICE Offices What They Think of Malcolm Turnbull
"We don't know much about him, except that his name is the anagram of Ball Cunt Mum Roll."
There are More Wikipedia Editors from the Netherlands than All of Africa
Why Wikipedia isn't actually the 'sum of all human knowledge.'