At companies like Twitter and Airbnb, whimsical lounges and yoga rooms send messages to employees and outsiders alike.
In Silicon Valley, a new wave of tech companies tries to enforce fun.
Obama for America's outbound director on the origin, and future, of history's first presidential campaign Tumblr
A new lighting system adds motion to the tradition of the "Tower Lights."
Facebook's expectations about users' social lives can be very different from users' own.
The ESA's Planck observatory finds a connection between Abell 399 and Abell 401.
Why? Because when technology steps aside, nature takes over.
New software tries to expand the "touch" in "touchscreen."
Thus begins the Great Creme-Filled Sponge Cake Run of 2012.
The cause was, as it always is, all too human.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 includes a "real-life-hero-turned-futuristic-video-game-politician."
The pair used a trick "known to terrorists and teenagers alike."
The nation's chief intelligence officer, "narc'd out by Gmail"
The CIA director's path to resignation began with some email messages.
In the age of the quantified self, biases are just one more thing that can be measured and publicized -- and analyzed.
"The best part of voting from the ISS," per astronaut Leroy Chiao? "No lines!"
Among those delivering congratulations to the re-elected president last night were his colleagues in world leadership.
More than 2.2 million Facebook users like this simple, poignant photo.
Barack Obama is now more retweeted than Justin Bieber.