Learn how green computer technology, electronics recycling and green IT are saving the planet one byte at a time.
The number of updates you make a day, how often you use the 'like' button and even your photo album organization can tell your Facebook friends a lot about you.
A fascinating interactive map shows the recent proliferation of underwater cable networks.
Study finds that the level of immersion matters when it comes to feelings of aggression.
Understanding how emotions and typing are connected could help online learning and counseling.
The latest breakthrough in quantum computing can be achieved using a silicon chip — the same materials that are used in conventional computers.
From lolspeak and hashtags to GIFS and 'all the feels,' the Web provides linguists with a unique opportunity to study the evolution of language.
Massachusetts prep school trains students in technological skills for the 21st century and beyond.
It takes a certain type of (horrible) person to start arguments among strangers, and all those inflammatory comments won't just make you angry — they can influence your beliefs.
'Rise of the Hackers' exposes our vulnerability to computer crime and the best ways to curb it.
A tech blog theorizes that the leaked information was likely compiled through phishing scams, use of weak passwords and other common compromises, not as a result of a hacked Google server.
Studies show that a computer therapist who goes by the name of Ellie is quite effective at getting people to talk about their problems. Why? Because she's not human.
Free remote courses are helping universities recruit gifted students from underserved communities around the globe.
As more content is generated by software programs, it's changing the way books and articles are written and raising questions about what it means to be an author.
The '99 Days of Freedom' project has launched an experiment promoting happiness by helping users give up the social networking site.
Many of the social media network's users were outraged to learn they could've been unwitting participants in a 2012 study in which their emotions were manipulated.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.