Reddit’s Favorite Scientist Just Got Banned for Cheating the Site
The US Government Closes in on Bitcoin, and Some Bitcoiners Are Smiling
Are Hologram Performances the Inevitable Future of Live Concerts?
The Plan to Save Net Neutrality Has No Chance in Congress
You Don’t Need Tor to Access the Darkest Corners of the Internet
Hacker Artist Glitchr Makes Art By Breaking Facebook
By reversing its aging process when it gets sick or injured, Japan’s tiny Turritopsis dohrnii jellyfish is one of the only known animals that has figured out how to defeat death. Motherboard paid a visit to Japan to visit a researcher who is studying the microscopic animal to see if humans can eventually do the same.
The Rise of Boutique Rocket Firms Inspired by SpaceX
Gravity Is the First-Ever Sci-Fi Film to Win a ‘Best Director’ Oscar
The Nations Guaranteed to Be Washed Away by Climate Change
California Could Run on 100-Percent Clean Energy by 2050
How an FBI Informant Helped Orchestrate the Hack of an FBI Contractor
We are a tech-family — I have been interested in computers all my life and took my first adult computer course when I was four years old. Technology can get a bad rap sometimes when it comes to parenting and raising children, people believing it can hinder the imagination of kids and cause them to […]
There’s Formaldehyde in Your Food Packaging, but That’s Probably OK
This Photographer’s Grand Theft Auto Project Finds Art in the Mundane
That Amazing App You Thought of Won’t Make You Rich
What’s the Deal With Seinfeld’s Virtual Reality Tour?
Bringing Back the Dead with DIY Forensics – Trailer
DARPA Uses Preteen Gamers to Beta Test Tomorrow’s Military Software
These Are the Companies the FAA Has Harassed for Using Drones
The Science Behind Powdered Alcohol, the Latest Way to Get Drunk
Cartels Are Using Spy Tech to Stay Ahead of Border Control
Government Researchers Think We May Be Living in a 2D Hologram
If I could come up with the most ideal situation it would be working from home. I have been a stay-at-home mom since I was pregnant with my first child — nearly 8 years ago. It was what I had always wanted, to be able to stay home with my kids, engage them and watch […]
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In Our Google Searches, Researchers See a Post-Snowden Chilling Effect
In a World of Opiate Addicts, the Internet Plays Doctor and Therapist
Nikola Tesla first discovered wireless power back in the 1890s, and yet more than a century later we’re still stuck with cumbersome cables. Thankfully, not for long: There are signs that the electronics industry is finally putting wireless charging technology to good use.
How the US and Its Spy Allies Scan the World for Hackable Servers