There is something so exquisite about watching robots blow it. What is that?
The Call of Duty Endowment, a non-profit created by Activision, seeks to place unemployed veterans into meaningful employment.
Fish can make their voices heard to flirt and establish turf.
Scientists and science historians argue that Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and other climate change deniers may be heading up the most “egregiously wrong-headed” Congress in modern times.
At Tappita Ebola Treatment Unit the goal is to get a confirmation that a patient has Ebola in two hours, rather than two days.
There is as much carbon left in the world’s peatland as there is in the atmosphere. And it’s about to smolder.
How close are we to engineering the planet?
Born 100 years ago, Jack Parsons seemed devoted to reconciling opposites, smashing together the technical and the spiritual.
Sharing tips on anonymity, makeup, and life in "the bowl."
There are serious concerns about what "sound cannons" can do to the physical body, and in turn to the body politic.
"Computers are People, Too!" is the defining artifact of the 80s CGI era.
A Stanford business professor predicts that today’s energy and automobile industries will be swept away in just over a decade by solar and wind power, and electric cars.
Jason Rohrer's occultist 'Cordial Minuet' reinvents real money gaming by exploiting a loophole in gambling laws.
Or, being frozen until you can come back. Checking in with Alcor Life Extension CEO and philosopher Max More, who will freeze your head for $80,000.
Terry Davis, a schizophrenic programmer, has spent 10 years building an operating system to talk to God.
I am Uber. I can see my thousands of cars. I don’t know if I am an extension of them or they are an extension of me.
Facebook is deleting posts that governments don’t like, even when it may not be legally obligated to do so.
The CyberFeminists were a group of angry and hilarious techno-utopian thinkers who emerged in the early 90s, and saw technology as a way to dissolve sex and gender divisions.
Documents obtained by Motherboard show at least 6,000 unreported wiretaps authorized by Canadian cops per year.
Life gets pretty chill after creating 'Tetris' and escaping the KGB.
Lightning never strikes the same place twice, until it does, and you're in a rocket to the moon.
Michael Ossmann and a merry band of hackers are rebuilding the NSA's most secret weapons—for science.
Can a small band of veterinarians who lop off rhino horns with chainsaws save the species from poachers?