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After a decade of uproar over piracy platforms, from Napster through BitTorrent, why is it that YouTube and Google seem to get a free pass?
A few years ago, the artist and filmmaker Laura Poitras began a documentary about spying. She couldn't have imagined what she would end up seeing.
But he knows it won't be anything like how we see ourselves.
You've probably thought about it. But you still might not like the answer.
Never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it watch watching Monsegur's every move.
Uber is fighting a lawsuit with the government of São Paulo over taxi regulations in the state.
Carlos Pedro used to body surf. Now he heads up a project to map Rocinha slum using handwritten algorithms.
The 'highest city in the world' is being swallowed by an appetite for metal.
Business-wise, it's not a bad idea.
When TC Ptomey acquires a group of pigeons, he almost always keeps them in the basement in the pitch black for several weeks before bringing them up to the roof.
The Smithsonian's Global Genome Initiative is primed to open its doors in 2015. Here's what you need to know about the largest scientific collection effort ever organized.
Patrick Riebe builds fully functional laser guns, flame-throwing gloves, Spider Man webbing harpoons, and plasma cutters and sells them to buyers around the world.
I spent 24 hours straight with the world's most famous climate crusader in a greenhouse in Brooklyn.
There is a right way to think about seasoning, and it involves a flow chart.
Phil Ross may have discovered the building material of the future.
Birgitta Jónsdóttir wants to make Iceland the 'Switzerland of bits.'
The feeling is that of a bizarre wet dream that blends with reality just enough to make it real, but not enough to abandon the surreal.
From artificial hearts to mobile phones, tech is all too often designed for great, big man bodies.
“The end of life on Earth will look a lot like early evolution of our planet, but in reverse.”
It hit exactly as promised: KAPOW! And it tasted like no coffee I've had.
It's the best DIY space simulator you've ever seen.
For the second time ever, a truly permanent artificial heart was implanted into a patient. This is just the beginning.