Microsoft Solitaire Is 25. Join the Tournament!
The Long Road HomeAutonomous cars could lead people to live almost 200 miles from their workplaces.
United Offers Reward for Spotting Security Flaws in Its Website, Not Its Planes
Google’s Adorable Driverless Cars Are Ready for the Road. Well, Some Roads.
Reddit Decides It Might Be Time to Crack Down on Harassment
Code-Breaking Robot Proves Your Combo Locks Are No Good
Apple Should Probably Fix This Glaring Flaw in the Apple Watch
Netizen Report: Are Blogger Assassinations Becoming Routine in Bangladesh?
The U.S. Is Running Out of Internet Addresses. For Real This Time.
2 Million Americans Still Use AOL’s Dial-Up Internet
Start Your Own Neighborhood Scandal With a 3-D Printed Snowden Bust
This Is Not the Right Way to Fix the Problems With Online Reviews
The Case of the Ornamental AnthropologistHow Netflix puts a human face on Big Data.
Do You Speak CEO? Help Slate Translate the Verizon/AOL Memo Into English.
Facebook’s ExtremesOn the far left and the far right, users of the social network are stuck in echo chambers of their own making.
Innocence of Muslims Can Go Back on YouTube. Good.
These Gorgeous Time-Lapse Videos Were Made From Your Random Vacation Photos
Obama Gets His Very Own Twitter Account
China’s Big BetThe world’s future depends on China’s energy use.
Meet the Super-Smart AI Brain That Is Pretty Sure This Goat Is a Dog
Can Students Click Their Way to a Better World?Technology could help young people learn civics lessons—and use them, too.
Marvel Comics’ Emotive AndroidHe’s wasted in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but this character has a rich history.
Greenland’s Glaciers are Accelerating So Fast, They're Getting Stretch Marks
If This Is the Future of Journalism, Maybe It Isn't So Bad
Redesigned Onion Lampoons Web Redesigns, Looks Great Doing It
Straw ManThe guy behind the Stanford prison experiment claims video games and porn are destroying men.
This Man Is America’s Best Hope for Near-Term Climate ActionHe’s a Republican.
Ruling: Government Can’t Just Search Your Laptop Like It Can Your Backpack
What Cybersecurity and Studying the Torah Have in CommonThere’s a good reason a major company just launched a cybersecurity yeshiva.
Finally, a Victory in the the War Over Who Will Control the Devices We Use