Radio show Science Friday asked its fans to come up with #CrimeHeadlinesFrom2025. Technology could make for some really weird criminals in the future.
It’s easy to get downhearted about climate change. But amazing things are happening that could slow it down.
Parents and technology: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Putting your smartphone’s smarts to good use.
And consumers of edibles. It’s called HighThere!
Two blue ticks, one for each f**k no-one gives about you.
“Hello, Doctor? Yeah, my computer’s very, very sick.”
… And it was love at first sight.
Brave new comparisons for a brave new world.
People have become less trusting of major institutions, according to the annual Edelman Trust Barometer. And large majorities doubt that businesses want to make the world a better place.
2015’s most controversial gadget offers up a vision of a confusing, possibly concerning, but ultimately plausible future to its critics.
And we have Imogen Heap to thank.
IBM is an icon of the technology industry. Or at least it was.
Derby the dog, once fated to be euthanized, is living his best life with his forever family and sweet new legs.
“Are you sure you want your boss and family to see that?” The future is, terrifyingly, here.
Hinge, the fast-growing mobile dating app that looks to connect friends of friends (and their friends), just raised a fresh $12 million to expand.
We asked Americans to try some Japanese beauty products. Things got a little weird…
The transit company has faced questions over how it safeguards its users’ location data. BuzzFeed News reports from Las Vegas on CEO Travis Kalanick’s keynote address at a conference on Wednesday.
Your top fits me like a glove!
For an elephant.
It’s not Facebook. And not much else either.
If we had time to Snapchat, that is.
Can combining algorithms, stylists, and mail create a DIY–personal shopper hybrid for the masses? Stitch Fix’s entire business depends on it.
All toasters go to heaven.
You get asked “OMG is that an iPhone 6 Plus?” approximately 4647 times.
Discover the household names of tomorrow, today.
Citigroup sees a $10 billion market in four years. Dumb watches keep selling too.
Swing Copters will make you hate helicopters, hammers, and life.