Technology has made cheating on your spouse, or catching a cheater, easier than ever. How digital tools are aiding the unfaithful and the untrusting—and may be mending some broken marriages.
How self-driving vehicles took off
Are we in a tech bubble? Is Snowden a hero? And what’s the hottest status symbol? In The Atlantic’s first Silicon Valley Insiders Poll, a panel of 50 executives, innovators, and thinkers answer these questions and more.
Doctors look south to replace the king of digits.
Not everybody celebrates consistency consistently.
Experts say the highly classified plane—which returns to Earth today—could be testing spacecraft longevity or developing anti-satellite weapons.
Software company Esri's database files Americans into one of 67 consumer groups.
The procedure, for a long time available only to the very wealthy, is making its way to cultural normalcy.
Today, 95 percent of American babies wear them. But when Marion Donavan tried to find a manufacturer for her idea, the men who controlled the industry brushed her off.
The serial nature of vlogging makes it the perfect way for people to take control of their own stories, and document the process of transitioning as it happens.
In a very optimistic book published at a very pessimistic moment, Walter Isaacson explains how a group of oddballs and savants collaborated to create the world we live in today.
The man who first patented a "surf-type snow ski" ultimately lost the battle to name the sport.
I wanted to visit my father in prison, so I hitched a ride with a stranger from the Internet. He also happened to be a quadriplegic.
In next month's election, Jerry Brown is seeking a fourth term as California's governor and public support for his plan for a north-south bullet train to transform travel in a car-dependent state. Here is more of what's at stake.
More than an inconvenience, these mollusks are a decent metaphor for broadcast's evolution in the Internet age.
All the major surveys disagree. Maybe it's a secret.
Desert Golfing is just you, a ball, and an eternity of sand. It's not exactly fun. It may also be the best smartphone game in a long time.
Research confirms what margherita lovers already know: The perfect cheese is bendy, bubbly, and capable of getting brown. (In other words, mozzarella.)
Nintendo's mascot melee series Super Smash Bros. just released its first handheld version. Playing it makes you feel lonely.
In a report about the status of the nation's millennial population, Washington relied heavily on emojis and graphics, abandoning words almost altogether.