"The Journey of Us" project is a collaboration with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Howard University's Moorland-Spingarn Research Center and Google.
Scientists used the second largest earthquake on record to glimpse the terrain 410 miles under our planet's surface.
King Vader has built his brand on parodies like "Hood Naruto" — and a commitment to avoid beefing.
A look at the complicated business of funding open source software development.
A tech policy researcher used GDPR to request information about all of his choices from Netflix.
Neighbors, a social media crime-reporting app owned by Amazon, creates a digital ecosystem in which you are encouraged to assume the worst about your neighbors — and people of color are once again being harmed.
Documents show that bail bond companies used a secret phone tracking service to make tens of thousands of location requests.
In a novel melding of physical and cybercrime, hackers, thieves and even independent repair companies are finding ways to "unlock iCloud" from iPhones.
Documents obtained by Motherboard using public information requests verify previously unconfirmed police department contracts with predictive policing company PredPol.
Earth's north magnetic pole, a wandering point where magnetic field lines vertically enter and exit our planet, has been acting weird lately.
TikTok is not immune from engagement-hungry algorithms that dominate the internet as we know it.
The extent of the damages are still unknown.
LSD appears to cause information to disintegrate as it is passed through a neural circuit that determines how we process internal and external stimuli.
A leading explanation for the different patterns seen in Earth's northern and southern auroras has been ruled out.
Our planet's core probably started solidifying in the late Ediacaran period, which recharged the magnetic field in the nick of time.
Rather than discuss whether buttons are good or bad we should instead examine who gets to push them and who doesn't.
Could I treat one of America's most treasured cultural products like an overdue book report by playing a video game instead?
Temperatures in Port Augusta soared to 49.1ºC (120.4ºF) on Thursday, making it the hottest spot in the country.
Network investment is down, layoffs abound, and networks are falling apart. This isn’t the glorious future Ajit Pai promised.
A viral video shows a terrorist promising holy war on America from inside the latest migrant caravan. It's the story of the year — and in this future, that may be all that matters.