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YouTube Keeps Serving Me Ads for Poland's 'Holocaust Law'

A controversial law about Poland's role in the Holocaust shows how Google serves up different versions of history.
Emanuel Maiberg
2.13.18
Internet Insecurity
Internet Insecurity

An Anonymous YouTube Video Has Started a Battle in the Secretive Secure Phone Industry

"Secure phone" companies are fighting with each other after someone posted a video claiming to hack one of the devices.
Joseph Cox
1.24.18
musical genius
musical genius

This Music Played On Pencil Strokes Is Art

Listen closely, and you can hear notes in every stroke.
Samantha Cole
1.12.18
Start Rolling Your Blunts
Start Rolling Your Blunts

Climb Aboard the 'Slow TV' Train With This Glorious YouTube Channel

Take a soothing trip through Norwegian countryside.
Rachel Pick
1.10.18
flat earth
flat earth

Flat Earth Is the Ultimate Conspiracy

Inside the burgeoning movement.
Rajiv Golla
1.2.18
Op-Ed
Op-Ed

Europe Needs to Save Itself From Internet Upload Filters

A draft law currently making its way through the EU lawmaking process would impose filters that detect copyright infringement.
Julia Reda
11.30.17
Dear Future
Dear Future

Watch Our New Documentary About the DIY Communities Designing the Future of Energy

We visited a prolific DIY powerwall builder in Los Angeles, electric car technicians in San Diego, and the University of Michigan Energy Institute to see how our world will be powered in the years to come.
Motherboard Staff
11.6.17
data dumps
data dumps

The CIA Just Released Thousands of Files From Osama bin Laden's Compound

The files include documents about the Illuminati as well as “Charlie Bit My Finger.”
Louise Matsakis
11.1.17
beautiful melodies
beautiful melodies

The Mario Theme Song Played on 4 Calculators Is a Dose of Good Internet

A mysterious and delightful YouTube channel is gracing the world with songs made using Amazon-bought calculators.
Louise Matsakis
10.10.17
Tedium
Tedium

How Karaoke Secretly Became a Major Driver of Innovation

From 8-track to Laserdisc to CD+G to ISDN lines to YouTube, a bunch of different technologies have made karaoke possible. (Alcohol helps, too.)
Ernie Smith
9.25.17
Last Impact
Last Impact

Nintendo Shuts Down the Internet's Favorite 'Super Mario 64' Modder

"I don't understand their decision, maybe they are the ones that should educate me on why this is a smart business move."
Emanuel Maiberg
9.20.17
demake
demake

Watch What 'Bioshock' Would Have Looked Like on the First PlayStation

98DEMAKE gives Irrational's seminal shooter that 1998 look.
Matthew Gault
9.14.17