Does It Belong In a Museum?
eBay, Organized Crime, and Evangelical Christians: The Ethical Minefield of Studying Ancient Civilizations
Iraqi artifacts smuggled into the US by Hobby Lobby contain new evidence of a lost Sumerian city, and have scholars divided over whether to study the looted relics.
Ancient Artifacts Smuggled by Hobby Lobby Traced to Mysterious Sumerian City
Some of the 5,500 stolen artifacts purchased by Hobby Lobby are believed to have originated in the long-lost city of Irisagrig.
The Company That Waited Decades for the Touchscreen Revolution
How the stylus-controlled graphics tablet, most notably produced by Japanese firm Wacom, helped shape our multitouch-friendly world—even if that shaping took a little while.
One of 2017’s Most Overlooked Games, ‘Hidden Agenda,’ Hits October 24
The developers of ‘Until Dawn’ have worked up a very cool social game.
iPad Painting Keeps an Artist Creating Despite Illness
Michèle Brown's spirited and texturally complex compositions look lifted from the pages of a storybook.
Bill Belichick Continues Crusade Against Tablets, Technology in General
The New England Patriots coach sounded off on the whimsical nature of technology.
LinkNYC Discovers the Difficulty of Bringing Free Wi-Fi to City Streets
Complaints erupted over people using LinkNYC for extended periods of time, prompting something of a reset for the program.
Here’s How To Avoid Verizon’s New $20 Upgrade Fee
Why pay if you don't have to?
Amazon Bans Unsafe USB-C Cables After Exhaustive Independent Research
Nice guys finish first.
Today’s Apple Event Isn’t Just About Faster Gadgets
Smaller no longer means less powerful.
This GIF Artist Imagines What Edo Japan Would Look Like If People Had Computers
Even the people of the Japan of old are addicted to their computer devices in this GIF artist’s world.
Plex’s Grand Plans to Become the Center of Your Cord Cutting Life
Media streaming app Plex is now ready to prove that its popularity won’t forever be limited to power users.