This Drone Shoots Fireballs—for a Good Cause
Netizen Report: The Mexican Cybercrime Law That Wasn’t
Avocados in Florida Are in Trouble. But Drones Might Help Save the Guac.
Now You Can Have Curly-Haired Emojis on Your Smartphone. But Where Will It End?
This Snowden-Approved Encrypted-Communication App Is Coming to Android
Microsoft Limits “Unlimited” Cloud Storage After Gluttons Upload 75 Terabytes Each
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Why Aren’t Any Civil Liberties Advocates on the FAA’s Drone-Registry Task Force?
Google, Copying Microsoft for Once, Brings Us a Step Closer to Universal Operating Systems
Fears Over Tanzania’s Cybercrime Law Become Reality During Presidential Election
How the New York Public Library Is Reinventing ItselfThe purpose is the same—but the technology is different.
Judge Dismisses Case Against Man Who Shot Down a Drone Over His Property
Candidates Bungle Science, but Neil deGrasse Tyson Says the Problem Starts With Voters
Industry Spokeswoman Says Ladies Don’t Like Fracking Because They Don’t Get Science
Will Libraries Outlive Books? A Future Tense Event.
Study: Humans Feel Empathy for Robots Experiencing “Pain”
If Russia Attacks Crucial Undersea Internet Cables, Colbert Will Be Prepared
Future Tense Newsletter: Drone Wars, Water Rights, and Surveillance Struggles
The Death and Life of Digital Archives Preserving the present doesn’t always work in the future.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on Star Trek’s “Worst Fight Scene Ever”
Twitter’s “Favorite” Button Is Gone. You’ll Like What’s Replacing It.
If There Is Water on Mars, Who Gets to Use It?The future of human colonies on the Red Planet depends on the answer to that question.
H.P. Lovecraft, Master of Environmental HorrorThe writer died in 1937, but his tales of terror resonate in a climate change era.
Yes, the Government’s Stingray Spy Technology Can Record Your Calls
Cars That Talk to Each Other May Be Easier to Hack
The Justice Department’s Newest, Strangest Attempt to Gain Access to Suspects’ Smartphones
Netizen Report: Ukraine Rolls Out Internet Blacklist
Army Surveillance Blimp on the Loose Over Pennsylvania, Chased by Fighter Jets
The Only Way to Make the Walmart Shopping Experience Creepier: Add Drones
Future Tense Newsletter: The End of Privacy?