This Online Game Shows How Hard It Is to Get an Abortion in America
"Trapped" illustrates the numerous, compounding obstacles that many abortion seekers are forced to face.
Hip-Hop Hackathon Engages Students on Tech Industry
“When students see people like them in the industry it makes them believe they can do this too."
The Sex Tech Industry Says Facebook and PayPal Are Censoring Its Work
Tech companies can't differentiate between sex-positive content and porn.
Kendrick Lamar-Inspired Hackathon Aims to Prep Kids for Future Jobs
The hip-hop themed event is showing students they've got coding in their DNA.
Here's What Happens When Dancing Meets Creative Coders
DanceHackDay generated 18 original dance performances incorporating emerging technology.
You're Invited to Help Hack Floating Environmental Sculptures
In London this weekend, come help drive the next stage of Tomás Saraceno's open-sourced art and science project, 'Aerocene.'
Massive Rube Goldberg Machine to Trigger Chain Reaction Across America
This weekend, the 4th-annual Deconstruct: America weekend hackathon is taking on new dimensions with a chain reaction that spans the entire continent.
What Would Happen if your Pizza Tweeted Every Time You Take a Bite?
'Tweet Your Food' gives a whole new meaning to the term "live feed."
Even IBM's Watson Is Getting Into 'Pokémon Go'
Players must have Watson's visual recognition API with Watson's Internet of Things platform installed for it to work.
A Group of Programmers Made Something Like 'Pokémon Go' at a 2014 Hackathon
"Open Pokémon" also features voice commands and integration with Leap Motion and Pebble smartwatches
This is America, We Can Fry Anything—Even Water
The hackathon behind "Soylent Dick" now brings you deep fried H2O.
Gaze into Infinity (and a Soylent-Spewing Penis) at the Stupid Hackathon
Stupid Hackathon co-founder Sam Lavigne guides us through the festival for people who hate hackathons.