John Lennon swore by them. Do the drug-free mental and breathwork exercises in "Mind Games" hold up?
If unfurling a dummy digital condom could prevent even a few sexual mishaps, could VR be the answer to poor sex education we’ve been looking for?
Terrorist groups know how to use a nation’s own culture against them. In America’s case, that means exploiting content farms.
Over 15 years after it was first publicly disclosed, SQL injection is still the number one threat to websites.
On YouTube, “war porn” videos fetch millions of views. What are they doing to mental health?
The first in a series of doc drops as Motherboard further explores what happens when big guns go down.
The US military shipped thousands of defective gun parts to troops, and knew it for years.
Meet the company will deploy massive deep sea mining drones to start the deep sea gold rush—whether we're ready or not.
A camera system used in baseball stadiums is helping to study Australia’s rare shy albatross and help them adapt to climate change and other threats.
The tale of Reese and Yuri Hines, two brothers in two wars, suggests the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game needs a new name in the US military.
We're finding new antibiotics, but we can't develop them into drugs.
When they’re not building futuristic aircraft at the Mojave Air and Space Port, Elliot and Justin test DIY airplanes for the right stuff.
African governments have cracked down on commercial and recreational drones. A small band of hobbyists wants to change that.
“China’s market is too big for them to ignore.”
“Hacking Team shouldn’t be a fucking religion that if you wanna leave you’re an infidel or a traitor."
What happens in our brains when we hear things that creep us out, and how that’s changing in an age awash in digital noise.
Once, when I was 17, I woke up in the dark and couldn’t move.
What's more important for a military amputee who wants to return to the battlefield: advanced prosthetic technology, or sheer human will?
There was a three-year build up to this week's unprecedented $1.9 million drone fine.
“I’d worked for almost a year to get it.”
2b2t is billed as the largest, longest-running unaltered server in the game, a fantastical world full of possibility and horror, equal parts Rivendell and Mordor.
Ten years ago, a few lines of code gave a hacker one million friends, and a visit from the Feds.
Controversial United Nations report comes under fire from anti-harassment activists.