When a Roomba Goes Up Against Animal Poop, No One Wins
Now Twitter's Soulless Machinations Have Ruined Stickers
Google Wants to Help You Vote
Ford Says It Will Mass-Produce a Driverless Car by 2021
Forget Burying Cables in the Ground. Now Google Wants to Beam Its Super-Fast Internet Service.
Who Wrote These Donald Trump Tweets?We’ll never know for sure, but the device they were written on—iPhone or Android—offers a clue.
Keeping Grandma and Grandpa Safe OnlineSenior citizens aren’t dumb for falling prey to cyberscams. They just don’t have the info they need.
This Lawyer Bot Will Be Happy to Solve Your Housing Problems
Hacking Mr. Robot, Week 5What the show’s dark parody of early-’90s sitcoms gets right about the narcotizing effects of television.
What Virtual Reality Is Good ForMovies and gaming, right? Wrong, says Stanford’s top VR expert.
Meet CyberSquirrel1, the Most Terrifying (and Reassuring) Twitter Account on the Internet
Future Tense Newsletter: Should We Trust Our Techology?
The Data Clearly Show That the Media Are Jerks for Singularizing Latinate Words
It’s Your Moment, TooLike Instagram, Twitter is following Snapchat’s lead with a new tool for telling stories. Is that really what it’s missing?
Hollywood Is Finally Taking on Climate Change. It Should Go Even Further.
Meet the Virtual Guidance CounselorHow digital programs are helping low-income kids get into college.
Future Tense Newsletter: Emerging Conversations
Kyle MacLachlan Just Brilliantly Re-Created the Plot of Dune in Emojis
It Looks Like the NSA Was Hacked and Edward Snowden Thinks It Was Russia
A Melancholy Journey Through the Lost American DreamKentucky Route Zero perfectly captures quiet economic desperation.
Scientists Are Growing Living Biobots That Move Like Animals
This Website Mails Out Physical Greeting Cards for You
Citizen Science Isn’t Just About Collecting DataNonscientists should take part in discussions about research priorities and more.
Should a Self-Driving Car Kill Two Jaywalkers or One Law-Abiding Citizen?
What Do You Think About Scientists Creating Human-Nonhuman Hybrids?The National Institutes of Health wants to know.
This Daily Beast Grindr Stunt Is Sleazy, Dangerous, and Wildly Unethical
Are Replicas Changing the Way We Experience Art?Precise digital reproductions allow more people to own and view masterpieces—minus the work’s soul.
Are There Nuts in That Brownie?New wearable devices aim to detect allergens in food and in the air. But should you trust them?
Apple Has Decided to Pay Bounties to Hackers. It’s About Time.
Will Uber Rouse the Trustbusters?Following its mammoth deal in China, the company has an even tighter grip on ride-sharing. It may be time for antitrust officials to step in.