How Lima's notorious bootleggers use low methods to deliver high culture.
War vet Jody Mitic visits the Institute for Creative Technologies to try out VR aimed at PTSD.
Sway Balance makes concussion management more accessible, which is good for all our brains.
Long shot it may be, but at least he's going for it.
Diana Nyad's superhuman feat was an extremely personal mission that was made possible with the support of a motley crew of scientists, oceanographers, navigators, and physicians.
The detention of his husband turned Greenwald's fight more personal: "It showed how they can't be trusted to exercise power without transparency and accountability."
Kim refers to raids on both his home in New Zealand and his mother’s in Germany as a “coordinated global strike.”
The self-styled security researcher shows VICE's Tim Pool how easy it is to make a deadly weapon on the "safe" side of airport security.
A video from Vice Japan about Safecast, which uses specially-designed Geiger counters and a growing volunteer network to produce the most accessible radiation map currently available.
Meet Bruce Schneier, the well-respected security analyst analyzing the Snowden documents.
We toured the dark web's Tor bazaars to find out just how easy it is to buy guns, drugs, and other contraband online.
For an entire month, I went on an all-Soylent diet. Here's what happened over the course of my 30-day deep dive into the Silicon Valley-driven future of food.
Jennifer Kanary created a virtual experience to give people more insight into how it feels to suffer through psychosis.
Humanity just made a large, DIY step towards a time when everyone can upgrade themselves towards being a cyborg.
The most advanced electric superbike sounds like a spaceship and hauls ass.
Climate change is running rampant, our politics are infected by moneyed interests, and corporations control our media. Al Gore sits down with Motherboard to explain two possible futures he sees for humanity.
Watch our new documentary on smart weapons, the gamification of warfare, and a laser-guided robo-rifle that aims itself.
He would be more vilified than any other American scientist in the 20th century, but he always dismissed his critics as naive or unpatriotic or unaware of what science actually is.
Once he went public with his deep-seated beliefs in extraterrestrials, we knew we had to talk to the former Canadian minister of defense. After emails and weeks of waiting, Hellyer invited us to his cottage in rural Ontario.
As the New York mayoral race heats up, we look to the man with a plan and a boot on his head.
It's not often that ancient Chinese texts about divining the future and social media meet.
In the last interview he ever gave, the infamous neurosurgeon Dr. Robert White told Motherboard about the time he transplanted a monkey head.
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