Barrett Brown's gag order has been lifted, and crucial court documents have been unsealed.
It's expected that ISPs will be able to charge content providers extra for higher speeds.
Introducing the hemihelix.
Scientists took a cue from the one of the most efficient genetic-code delivery systems in history or biology.
But experts argue that, if Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes was indeed the one who exposed the security flaws with the CRA's site, he was doing the agency a favor.
"There's something in the lamp."
Click, Print, Gun: The Inside Story of the 3D-Printed Gun Movement
A week with Cody R. Wilson, a 25-year-old University of Texas law student working to build semiautomatic weapons using 3D printers.
Being a 3D-printing novice, I was once somewhat skeptical of the promise behind what's being billed as a truly game-changing technology. I saw Makerbot CEO Bre Pettis on the cover of Wired, and while the novelty of the process incited wonder in my inner 10-year-old, I didn’t think much about it after the fact.Watch Now
Peru's DVD Pirates Are Its Top Culture Dealers
How Lima's notorious bootleggers use low methods to deliver high culture.
In Pasaje 18 of Lima's Polvos Azules shopping mall, you'll find racks of DVD burners humming away while fluorescent lights cast their glare across the glitter of thousands of bootleg movies in telltale cellophane wrappers. It looks like a scene right out of cyberpunk. But for many Peruvians, whose access to alternatives like Netflix is hampered by some of the slowest internet speeds on the globe, bootleg DVDs remain a primary source for accessing current mov…Watch Now
The Man Who Built a 20-Foot Flamethrowing Exoskeleton
Meet mild-mannered amateur inventor Carlos Owens and his infamous “Big Red” robot.
Mention Wasilla, Alaska, and presidential also-ran Sarah Palin leaps to mind like a caribou. But the southern Alaskan town’s more animated, engaging, and intelligent invention is easily a 20-foot-tall robotic mecha robot with flamethrowers for hands.Watch Now
Inside the Research Institute Battling PTSD with Virtual Reality
War vet Jody Mitic visits the Institute for Creative Technologies to try out VR aimed at PTSD.
Jody is an ideal conduit to bridge the divide between the experiences of soldiers and the curiosity of civilians. As a professional, motivational speaker, with a bit of reality TV fame under his belt in Canada, Jody has made a living out of being open about his experiences.Watch Now
How the security state ruins the lives of those who reveal too much about it.
Brazil President Dilma Rousseff signed new internet legislation into law today, continuing her push to decentralize control of the web.
A legalization measure will likely appear on the November midterm ballot.
Know what's a really stupid thing to do? This.
New York is going after AirBnb's law-breaking hosts, but fighting the sharing economy isn't going to be easy.
A new company is developing technology to print tissue-like materials for surgery and drug testing.
The first commercial Mars mission could be a time capsule project.
We spoke to the filmmakers who are going digging for dumped copies of the notoriously terrible ET Atari game.
As Stephen Hawking said, “Success in creating AI would be the biggest event in human history. Unfortunately, it might also be the last."
That an asteroid apocalypse could wreck the Earth certainly seems plausible, if inevitable.
Activists argue it's not the technology itself that's the problem; it's the capitalist economy.
Plus: A list of things that Aereo might be, as per the court transcript!