1 Billion People Visited Facebook on Monday
Hurricane Forecasts Have Become Much, Much Better Since Katrina
Report: A Lot of People Don’t Bother Using Fancy Car Tech
Voting Selfies Violate the Sanctity of the Ballot Box. That’s a Good Thing.
“A Cheetah Is Not a Dairy Cow”
Science Fiction Hasn’t Gotten More Liberal—Its Fans Have Gotten More Conservative
Red Light, Green LightA company says that its app could cut fuel waste by letting you know about the traffic signal ahead.
Fallout From Ashley Madison Breach Includes Extortion and Possible Suicides
Guarding Machu PicchuHow Peru is using drones to protect its archaeological treasures.
Mozilla Wants All Your Favorite Chrome Extensions for Firefox
Feeling Nostalgic? Floppy Disk Drives Can Play Classic Jams.
A One-Star Human BeingThe strange, unwilling role Yelp plays in Internet shaming.
Netizen Report: Authorities Finally Take Action on Bangladesh Blogger Killings
How 2001: A Space Odyssey Predicted Smartphones, Laptops, and Siri
Hackers Release Ashley Madison User Data, Frenzy to Check for Famous People Ensues
Fight PlanThe government needs to work with Silicon Valley to create our military future.
North Dakota Police Drones Can Be Weaponized If They’re Not Lethal. Wait, What?
What Exactly Does Reasonable Mean?The FTC’s maddening attempts to hold companies liable for cybersecurity lapses.
This Might Be the Best Internet Service Provider in the U.S.
You’d Think Ashley Madison Would Have Stopped Touting Its Security Features By Now
Should Drones Have License Plates So Officials Can Police Them Like Cars?
A 3-D Printed Twist On The Electric Violin
Twitter Shutters Accounts That Log Politicians’ Deleted Tweets
Good Luck Evading the Cops When Your Car Is Self-Driving
UK Orders Google to Censor Links to Articles About “Right to Be Forgotten” Removals
More Ashley Madison Data Just Leaked. A Lot More.
Google Lost Customer Data Because of Repeated Lightning Strikes
If You Think a Wi-Fi Enabled Toaster Is Ridiculous, This Twitter Account Is for You
The Flipped Field TripStudents use technology to reverse a normal visit to an art museum.