Six decades later, the warning seems perfectly timed.
Soylent hit its crowd-funding goal hours after its campaign began. Now its creator has $220,000 in his pocket, and he's going to start churning out the post-food meal in a factory.
We're getting closer to creating personalized weapons that respond only to the proper touch or signal.
While European leaders have been counting on the project supplying 20 percent of the continent's power by 2050, Saharan countries want to keep their solar power for themselves.
All it means is that now I've got yet another new interface to figure out.
A new arm, grown for you in your nearest hospital.
Given what’s happening on a far grander scale, is such a reality really that ridiculous?
Leon said he knew the snake "didn't belong" on the side of the road, and thus killed it out of sport.
The internet's libertarian dreams meet the real world.
If Michael Moore is obsessed with outrage, and Herzog is obsessed with dreams, Gibney is a master of moments.
What if Mick Jagger, Salvador Dali, Pink Floyd, and HR Giger all got together to adapt one of the most popular sci-fi novels of all time? This.
Though we're just in the preliminary stages of understanding it, it's a fascinating thing to consider.
A New York judge ruled that it was illegal for Nigel Warren to rent out his apartment on Airbnb for a long weekend. It probably is for you, too—unless you follow these tips.
If they can somehow get closer to the Sun, dormant comets can turn back on.
While it might be overshadowed by viral videos, there is still science on the ISS.
In which we make Vines.
Agriculture is a major culprit, as is the energy industry.
A couple of gutsy smartphone videographers give us a closeup look at one of the largest tornadoes in decades.
The legislation hardly feels up-to-date, using language like “electronic communication,” which elsewhere is defined by law as including pagers. (Remember those?)