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.
An index to the arguments pro and con about the most ambitious infrastructure project in the United States
Gun deaths are poised to surpass automobile deaths in the United States this year.
Want a friendly online persona? Throw on a sweater.
And even for people who can afford it, buying a FitBit doesn't lead to better health. Using it does.
Throughout human history, the honeybee has emerged as a machine of agriculture and of war.
Still creepy after all these years, the talking stuffed bear turns 30.
No big deal, but abolishing leap seconds could unmoor us from the sun forever.
The illustration's original title: "Lifting a Dreamer"
The continued massive growth of connected mobile devices is shaping not only how we communicate with each other, but how we look, behave, and experience the world around us.
Can an online course revive interest in the classics?
An upcoming Oculus Rift experience tracks a character's recovery following a sexual assault—aiming to enable empathy, even therapy, for survivors and outsiders alike.
The digital currency—popular among a mostly white, mostly libertarian contingent—might prove useful in communities where it's relatively difficult to secure a loan or transfer money.
NASA’s newly released images hint at the destruction of the Pillars of Creation 6,000 years ago.
A tournament for tech leaders of the future is rooted in traditions of the past.
Using the snotty strobe lights in its mouth, this deepwater mollusk can fend off hungry predators as mighty as the mantis shrimp.