Chatroulette was one of the shortest-lived internet crazes of the last decade. However, the 921 people that are online as I write this might feel differently.
A new study from the University of Sydney has found dating apps help people find love as much as they help people get laid.
At the VRLA expo, it was clear that virtual reality hasn't yet lived up to the futurist hype surrounding it, but it still has the power to literally transport us.
Ulrika and Micke are pretty much the last people on earth you'd come to think of when you think about space war games on PlayStation. Which is why they've been asked to give the game a shot.
Mental health startup Mimerse has developed the Itsy app to help people overcoming the extreme fear of spiders.
With the help of a "special software", Spridningskollen are able to track IP-addresses and fine illegal file-sharers.
In 1958, at the height of the Cold War, the Air Force thought that exploding a nuclear device on the moon would inspire America and show the Russians who was boss.
A new website started by a Syrian refugee living in Germany aims to explain everything from how to navigate the country's bureaucracy to how to order at a restaurant.
I assumed Carin Fishel would have discovered the secret to dating, so I called her for advice.
The company is trying to keep hosts from discriminating against renters by having users agree to a "community commitment," as well as getting rid of profile photos.
Changes to movie quotes, book titles, brand logos, and song lyrics are an entry point for believers of the Mandela Effect.
"I've worked with hundreds of heroin addicts and crystal meth addicts, and what I can say is that it's easier to treat a heroin addict than a true screen addict."