Articles by Brian Anderson
The story of Felipe Peréz, a communications specialist reportedly kidnapped by a Mexican drug cartel, and forced into a shadow hacker squad that engineers the gang's hidden radio network.
How should we regulate the relationship between humans and machines? Pete Remine has an idea.
It's become a signature move for Boston Dynamics, the Google-owned robotics firm.
Bob was just another studio bassist. Then one day, he found himself recording "groans, moans, and anything else you might hear when having sex."
Back in 1999, after three hard-fought years in the Silicon Valley, the fledgling tech entrepreneur *finally* bought that McLaren F1.
"The Imitation Game" is hitting all the right notes at the box office. But what did codebreaking during World War II era actually sound like?
There is something so exquisite about watching robots blow it. What is that?
Probably the internet's greatest single-shot slab of visual ambience.
But can you scroll the whole thing?
Scraping ice from a frozen windshield. Watching literally any robot fail. Our investigation into things that make you feel great continues.