The sprinkler is coming from inside the tree.
The social network for professionals lets you endorse people for some pretty unusual skills. Here are some of them.
It's a crutch word—so, in 2015, let’s take it out.
You're not a Facebook user. You're just a person who uses Facebook.
After early skepticism, police officers say the technology has improved their work.
Twenty years ago, law enforcement and activists teamed up to support another video surveillance technology: in-car dash cams.
What Americans in every state are thankful for, according to Facebook
The most sustainable fish may be the kind that never sees the sun.
The number of creations under open 'Creative Commons' licenses has doubled since 2010.
The app Blippy, released today, makes sending GIFs as easy as sending emoji.
The organization which governs emoji says it’s considering adding many new ones, including a robot, a burrito, and a mosque.
A new study finds that a vast majority of Americans trust neither the government nor tech companies with their personal data.
Photos make the space rock look small. It's actually enormous.
Even Justice Scalia has endorsed treating Internet-service providers as utilities.
Even NASA isn't sure which preposition to use.
The company has granted moderating superpowers to a tiny feminist nonprofit. But shouldn't it be taking more drastic steps to protect its users?
The Atlantic Technology Channel's latest call for pitches
It all has to do with those chipper “I’m a Voter!” buttons.
By pulling her catalog from Spotify, the artist further destabilizes the streaming ecosystem.
Highlights from Pride and Prejudice, The Hunger Games, the Bible—and all of Harry Potter