After the Big One brings it all down, what lives might we try building out of the rubble?
Next year's fashion is putting yourself in someone else's skin. Literally.
After Twitter and Facebook comes the River—a social media platform embedded in the criminal justice system, where the crowd determines who lives and dies.
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It was the last game a human would ever play—or the first, depending on how you saw it.
The Year in Telling Stories About the Future
Be Good for Goodness’ Sake
In a not-too-distant Christmas, Amazon's child-friendly surveillance elves will motivate your kid to be nice not naughty with the promise of nonstop streaming content and elfcoins.
Two hundred extra hours of life per month, and only a few would have to be dedicated to the Company. Who would say no to not sleeping, to the bonus?
What happens when a predator abuses a powerful and popular piece of technology?
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A strange trek through a future whose fate depends on whether humans can coexist with intelligent, de-extincted mammoths.
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Presenting 'Cyber Monday', a film that explores the diverse and vital world beyond the mindless holiday.
In the Forests of Memory
The cemeteries of tomorrow are no place for the living.
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The Last Stand
A thirty-foot wave of flame roars toward us over the grassy plain. We stand our ground. We were soldiers once.
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