Netflix's 'Castlevania' Is the Future of Videogame Adaptations
The anime version of the Dracula-killing, dungeon-crawling game franchise looks like a success—so we’ll probably be seeing more like it.
Uber's New Tool Lets Its Staff Know *Less* About You
The controversial ride-sharing service is making a push for “differential privacy,” a method that masks users’ individual data.
Let's Do Some Physics and Learn About the Momentum Principle and the Work Energy Principle
Both deal with forces acting on an object, which often leads students to think they are similar. In a way, they are.
Explore Pingelap Island Through the Eyes of the Colorblind
Surrounded by colors, all they see is gray.
Hestan Cue Review: A High-Tech Burner and Pan Combo That Practically Cooks for You
The Hestan Cue guides you through recipes step-by-step, setting your pan to exactly the right temperature.
Soft Sensors Might Make Wearables Actually Wearable
Silver-plated fabric sensors could give wearables more of the stretchability and comfort of the best sweatpants.
Giant Antarctic Icebergs and Crushing Existential Dread
Even if climate change didn’t send Larsen C packing, the air and oceans on Earth are incontrovertibly warmer than they used to be. Could an event like this move a policy needle?
The Uber v. Waymo Court Showdown Looms. Here’s What You Need to Know
New legal filings reveal new dirt.
AI and ‘Enormous Data’ Could Make Tech Giants Like Google Harder to Topple
A new record-breaking research paper is a reminder that AI could make Google, Facebook, and Amazon more immune to competition.
Remember When Martin Shkreli Bought That Single-Copy Wu-Tang Clan Album?
An excerpt from the new book ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.’