Geologists have discovered evidence of an ancient 560-foot mega-tsunami.
We asked 101 tech entrepreneurs, thinkers, and executives who they’d banish from their industry and region if they could.
Oslo officials pledge to ban cars from the city's downtown area by 2019.
Even the world's tech leaders crave moments of wifilessness. (Well, some of them.)
A video claiming Back to the Future predicted 9/11 is the latest in a long and often bizarre tradition of questioning key moments in history.
When the tech giant cracks down on bogus positive reviews, (almost) everybody wins.
Facial-recognition technologies can discern muscle-by-muscle differences in how men and women emote when they're depressed.
This is heavy.
People are still split on whether driverless vehicles are the future, but differing attitudes have little to do with age.
What’s the best TV representation of the tech industry?
Today I had the opportunity to join the fine people of Digg for a conversation about some of the issues…
When doing research for the piece I wrote yesterday about how Jupiter is the best planet (not counting Earth), I…
Ten is the worst.
Not counting Earth
If a Pulitzer-finalist 34-part series of investigative journalism can vanish from the web, anything can.
On my search for the first television show to have referenced the Internet, I got to thinking about Doogie Howser…
Elon Musk is the tech world's favorite hypothetical presidential candidate.
When self-driving cars first hit the roads, safety may actually worsen before dramatically improving.
In the 1990s, Friends, The X-Files, and Seinfeld all acknowledged the web—some more awkwardly than others.