The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists wants you to think about it every year, but is their methodology still relevant?
A new book collects their business cards in all their well-designed detail.
Like many of its tech-industry peers, Pinterest has struggled to build a workforce that includes women and minorities. It's hoping a new strategy will help change that.
It depends what happens to The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Daily News.
A new report shows that people in America are often willing to give up personal data in exchange for deals, but they resent doing so.
What makes a private company’s algorithm label some people and addresses more threatening than others during 911 calls?
People have been building their own firearms for centuries.
The technology that keeps your text messages private had its start on the banks of the Tigris River, 3500 years ago.
When talking about firearms, people choose their words carefully.
Can science compete with magic?
Yesterday the ceilings were low and the weather was bad across the southeastern United States. In these circumstances, a Cirrus…
A search engine can be a great source of lyrics.
Way back on October 21, 2015, people all over the world celebrated Back to the Future Day: The date when…
Seeing an increased interest in non-monogamous arrangements, the company will allow couples to link their profiles and search for additional mates.
The company powers much of the Internet, but its cloud facilities are difficult to find.
The micro-blogging service is at its best when it adopts user-invented hacks.
It might save you from food poisoning.
Step away from the inbox.
Here’s what I’ve learned so far.
Today I tried to answer a grammar question that has long vexed us here at The Atlantic: What’s the plural…