Technology

THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

Man Versus Machine

Tech is terrifying, but these industry pros have ideas to make it better.
Astra Taylor; Ben Wizner; Daniel Pinchbeck; and more
4.7.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

Memory Editing Technology Will Give Us Perfect Recall and Let Us Alter Memories at Will

Two new technologies are changing the meaning of memory, but who will control them?
Rachel Riederer
4.4.17
Motherboard Homepage

This Computer Program Detects Cancer Earlier Than Ever – Without Surgery

CancerLocator could be used to pinpoint tumour locations even before symptoms arise, eliminating painful biopsies and increasing patient survival.
Knvul Sheikh
4.4.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

Is Paying $80,000 to Freeze Your Head Worth Seeing What the Future Will Be?

Floating in a tank of liquid nitrogen, unable to control our destiny, is very unappealing. But it's much more appealing than being nibbled on by worms and bacteria.
Mary Pilon
4.3.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

​The Future of Technology Issue of VICE Magazine Is Now Online

Editor-in-chief Ellis Jones takes us through the futuristic world explored in this month's issue.
Ellis Jones
3.31.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

If Your Bitcoins Are Stolen in a Major Hack, Will the FBI Help?

Did the FBI overlook a Bitcoin hack for lack of understanding, or because it views users as criminals?
Jason Leopold
3.30.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

How Hackers Are Helping Dating Site Users Find True Love

"I've had a surprising number of women ask me if they can weed out guys whose profiles show them holding up fish."
Natalie Shutler
3.29.17
Technology

This Refugee Is 3D-Printing Lost Limbs for Syrian War Survivors

A Palestinian engineering major is working to bring affordable prosthetic limb technology—and hope—to injured Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Zaina Arafat
2.17.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Scientists Have Finally Determined Which Dance Moves Are Sexy

No, twerking is not one of them.
Brian Moylan
2.10.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Dating App Helps People Find Love Based on Their Mutual Hatred of Things

Hater aims to bring people together based on how much they both dislike Taylor Swift, camping, and, yes, Donald Trump.
Brian Moylan
2.3.17
Stuff

How Instagram Became the Perfect Breeding Ground for Conspiracy Theories

The insular nature of the platform has allowed the angry and disaffected to find each other and bypass the gatekeepers of mainstream media.
Hanson O'Haver
11.28.16
The Music Issue

Teen-Focused App Musical.ly Is the Music Industry's New Secret Weapon

How America's favorite lip-synching video app is disrupting the way music marketing works.
Emilie Friedlander
11.10.16
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