The largest snake, voicemails from the future, the Israeli drug market, chronocyclegraphs, and an electrified city block.
Facebook wants to dominate in the three areas WhatsApp excels in: apps, messaging, and usage in the developing world.
Alexis Madrigal talks with Walmart’s Gibu Thomas about why a smartphone is the perfect shopping companion.
Including this one: "L E G E N D A R Y"
The “Wikipedia of maps,” OpenStreetMap, has bested the corporate giant
Videogames and the spirit of capitalism, e-cigarette modding, night markets, more tunnels, and media mixing.
"I think that in this great society of ours," the president says, "we want to be sure that women are used as effectively as they can to provide a better life for our people, in addition to meeting their primary responsibility, which is in the home."
A video shows the dreamlike voyages of starlings, water striders, and more.
Big Science grows ever bigger, at least in the minds of physicists.
It's brown like chocolate, the great chef helpfully explains.
We fill the human-shaped void with 225 percent more Facebook interactions.
"She was quite literally camping in Antarctica ... and found me. It's mind-blowing."
Attention deficits, for the love of tunnels, the last beret maker in France, the oppression of the ugly, and fallout.
They're already at the Olympics. Soon, they'll be at the football stadium.
Wind power in action
“During the 100 days before the relationship starts, we observe a slow but steady increase in the number of timeline posts shared between the future couple.”
The Internet already changes every relationship.
A rare snapshot of a satellite still in orbit
A noise revolution, DNA tests for Native Americans, news as replacement for literature, Maschineangst, and a solar milestone.
Why an app that reminds you to text your partner might not be the best idea