The Great Cannon, Heartbleed, and POODLEHow cybersecurity threats get names—and why they’re important.
Google Maps Says Edward Snowden Is in the White House
DARPA Researchers Plan Software That Will Run for Hundreds of Years Without Upgrades
You’re Not Afraid of SpoilersYou’re afraid of the future.
Meet the BotsArtificial stupidity can be just as dangerous as artificial intelligence.
FAA Relents, Gives Amazon Permission to Test Delivery Drones in the U.S.
Low-Hanging FruitDr. Oz sows seeds of mistrust on genetic engineering.
Facebook Is Second-Guessing Your Decision to Watch the Walter Scott Shooting
FCC Fines AT&T $25 Million Over Brutal Breach Affecting 280,000 Customers
This Apple Watch Feature Is Supposed to Be Fun but Just Turned Out Creepy
Presidential Candidate Rand Paul Will Protect You From the NSA for $15
Staying Healthy on the Red PlanetA chemical found in Martian soil might make it more dangerous to establish a permanent settlement there.
To Boldly Go Where No Body Has Gone BeforeWhat to do when an astronaut dies in space.
The Return of a Bill to Ban Undetectable 3-D–Printed Guns
Facebook’s New Baby-Photo Feature Lets Children Inherit a Digital Identity
The Race to Mars and Back: A Future Tense Event Recap
Death and TaxesWhat it would mean for the IRS if scientists defeat mortality.
The Public Deserves to Know Exactly What’s in the Trans-Pacific Partnership
I Beat the “Unbeatable” Poker-Playing Artificial Intelligence—Sort Of
Eighth-Grader Arrested, Charged With Cybercrimes for Changing Teacher’s Desktop Wallpaper
Go PhishWhy email is so laughably insecure right now.
A Patent Case About Teeth Shouldn’t Crush an Open Internet
Artificial Intelligence, Real Emotion?Ex Machina asks whether machines can have feelings—or at least fake it.
Netizen Report: Turkey’s President Fights to Control the Conversation, Online and in Print
What’s in It for Me?The question you should always ask before giving away your genetic info.
A Candle That Charges Your Phone, and Other Great Projects From a U.S.–Mexico Competition
An App for Mapping Well-Lit Walks Home
Cyberattack Shows That China Isn’t Content to Censor Its Own Internet
Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Rules That You Can Use Facebook Messenger to Serve Divorce Papers
The First Hyperlapse Film Was Made in 1995 and It’s Awesome