An artist transformed Nintendo's infamous controller into a wearable, programmable Bluetooth keyboard.
Contemporary ideas about data and privacy are tied up inextricably with language choices.
Some things belong in a museum. But at the Smithsonian's recently reopened museum of design, a team has been rethinking what a thing is in the first place.
Open-minded people working in teams make more accurate guesses about what's to come.
The trial of the Silk Road founder reveals enormous flaws in the decentralized currency.
The Atlantic Technology Channel's latest call for pitches
We were promised Star Trek; instead we got Wall-E.
An electronic sensor may mean the end of finger pricking.
Attention must be paid to the media outlet's morning messages.
By including a recording device, the first-gen smart specs went from dorky to disturbing.
We’re not living in an algorithmic culture so much as a computational theocracy.
But with a new update to its Translate app, it's getting closer.
A simple electric discharge was behind the incident that trapped dozens in a Washingon, D.C., metro car this week. What is arcing, anyway?
New research says computers, by analyzing what you like online, can know you better than your best friend—but all they can really know is who you want to be.
A new study has found that men and women comment on news stories very differently—and that men don't feel shy about expressing misogyny.
The rise of the shortest possible abbreviation and what it means for the future of English
Instead of pressing buttons, Mayday! Deep Space uses voice recognition to build a relationship between the player and the main character.
Why did my News Feed suggest I like a page for a stranger who died in 2013?
Tools like body cameras for police officers can be only as effective at reducing inequalities in law enforcement as the humans using them.
Facebook, memoirs, and that famous dialect quiz drove users to the Gray Lady last year.