The New York Times should make the print edition more expensive before switching to online only, BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti says.
One of the most important security steps you can take is also one of the least intuitive.
Scott Kelly's year-long stay in space will make him age faster and slower than his Earth-bound brother.
On shirts, they're on the left for the ladies and on the right for the gents. That's because of horses, babies, and Napoleon.
Since its founding in the 1950s, L. Ron Hubbard’s organization has put a premium on controlling the flow of information—an increasingly impossible enterprise in the Internet age.
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The Mars probe is the first human-made vehicle to travel 26.2 miles on a non-Earth planet.
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Facebook wants to host content from The New York Times and BuzzFeed. Should they share their work?
The popular release-schedule site The Projection List doesn't want to be anything other than, well, a list.
NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft picked up on a dazzling light display on the Red Planet.
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The "news" of the death of the author Chinua Achebe two years after the fact shows how timestamps are losing relevance.
The House Judiciary Committee is only the latest body to use Michael Scott, Emma Stone, and red-headed mermaids to get attention for its messaging.
A Pew survey finds people in 32 developing nations say staying in touch with friends and family is the main reason to use the Internet.
Yale is poised to join the list of top-tier universities now offering online master’s programs. Will these initiatives work?
How astronaut technology has found its way into drugstores and hospitals
Starbucks is introducing mobile ordering and delivery, the latest step in a rapid shift toward an on-demand future.
The health industry is not immune to cyberattacks.
The contractor is releasing images under a Creative Commons license—with some restrictions.
A love story for early adopters from the fledgling days of the camcorder.