Embedded in today's landmark TV copyright ruling is an insistence that the decision won't hinder innovation.
A puzzling ad campaign condemns the apology—and women along with it.
British Airways has revealed the Turducken of in-flight entertainment.
Instead of a library card, you'll need training, a professor's endorsement, and a willingness to assume liability for accidents.
More than 30 percent of us say "meme" as "me-me" ... and other findings from a new survey
The end of an era: Just 18 percent of survey respondents report using the full-faced emoticon.
She's stylish and sassy and, it seems, "breaking through plastic ceilings."
That innocuous little device atop your TV has a surprisingly large carbon footprint.
One closed API at a time, the era of the open web is waning.
When your server is a screen, you spend more money.
A new guide to publishing your work with The Atlantic Technology Channel—and a theme for the month
Kenneth Arnold saw something, said something, and ushered in the UFO-industrial complex.
High-tech packaging that will keep your cheese intact ... and disrupted
Astronauts on the International Space Station play a gravity-defying soccer game.
The real stars of each match have evolved from pigs' bladders to lumps of rubber to aerodynamic, TV-friendly spheres.
There was a time when you could dial 1-900-Mix-a-Lot. Sort of.
The FAA just issued the first permit for commercial UAV operation.
A Where's Waldo-style depiction of knowledge, conversation, and animals
They might not have passed the Turing Test, but they won the battle for wackiness.
So here are 30 things to know about everyone's favorite Soviet-themed time suck.