Articles by Austin Considine
And so the line in our brains between the real and the virtual blurs just a little bit more.
But are "friends" really Friends if you don't notice when they're gone?
The recent failure of several fledgling web services that challenged the boundaries of our willingness to live in public indicates we do have our limits, at least for now.
Despite the terror inspired by nuclear disasters like Fukushima and Chernobyl, the ledgers say nuclear power is way better for humanity.
Storing your extracted teeth may prove useful for future stem cell therapy—good news if you didn't store your umbilical cord blood.
Recent polling shows Americans love their conspiracy theories. They also love cats. This was bound to happen.
Even when we're thinking about pleasant things, new research suggests we're happier when we focus on the present. Ommmmm.
A new study from the UK suggests a way for law enforcement to identify the most virile purveyors of hate on the web.
Bots are finding and creating kooky content everywhere you look. Soon we'll all be out of jobs.
Half of Christians believe Jesus is coming soon. The Rapture Ready Index is at an all time high. Didn't we learn anything from 2012?