Jennifer Lawrence: another victim of 4chan.
If you stopped 4chan, other sites would rise up in its absence.
Your private images are not as private as you may think.
This little-known volcanic system in Papua New Guinea has the potential to create eruptions bigger than the infamous Krakatoa.
Brain-training programmes are all the rage but marketers have been at it for more than 100 years.
The Conversation organised a public question-and-answer session on Reddit in which Seth Shostak explained why searching for intelligent life is so important.
A billion-dollar purchase of Twitch by Amazon has surprised many. But watching others play videogames has been a big deal for a long time.
A smartphone camera and a tiny implanted sensor is all that glaucoma patients need to prevent blindness.
It’s time we reconsidered our ideas about the nature of intelligence as a trait that can’t be changed.
Hacking communities have been finding more weaknesses in the Android operating system. It’s time Google pulled up their socks.
Taking inspiration from the tractor beam used by aliens in science fiction books, scientists have developed waves to bring back floating objects.
The recent furore about the Facebook Messenger app has unearthed an interesting question: how far are we willing to allow our privacy to be pushed for our social connections? In the case of the Facebook…
One of the issues of self-driving vehicles is legal liability for death or injury in the event of an accident. If the car maker programs the car so the driver has no choice, is it likely the company could…
There’s more to obsessive child picture-sharing than narcissism (although there’s plenty of that too).
Hacking traffic lights is just the tip of the iceberg – far too much computer-controlled infrastructure is completely insecure.
If future wars involve digital attacks on information infrastructure, we need new laws to govern cyberwarfare before hostilities break out.