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Facebook data of baseball allegiances shows the geography of fandom.
When the government places a location monitor on you or your stuff, it could be violating the Fourth Amendment.
One of the most important security steps you can take is also one of the least intuitive.
Only two creatures—both mammals—have been seen by private orbiting cameras.
Facebook wants to host content from The New York Times and BuzzFeed. Should they share their work?
The contractor is releasing images under a Creative Commons license—with some restrictions.
Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels—the ones who can drop 10 grand on a timepiece.
This weekend, 100 participant-actors will role-play the tale of the Danish prince.
Humans have innumerable differences, but there are only about 700 emoji.
Why geo-filters are crucial to understanding the app’s appeal
Why Medium’s new features are more important than they seem
In fashion, in music, subcultures that feed the mainstream have given way to niche aesthetics.
iPhone and Mac users will be able to send emoji with different skin tones soon, a software release revealed Monday.
NASA has long released its photos to the public domain. Private spaceflight challenges that legacy of openness.
Andrew Symes takes stunning pictures of the planets with just his smartphone—and a telescope.
The people who help their pals fall for each other are social butterflies with way more friends than those they connect.