Astronaut Scott Kelly, current commander of the International Space Station, uses Twitter to share stunning images of the Earth from space. Photos provide glimpses of our world, in real time, through the eyes of an astronaut.
A new free Web and iOS app called DitchTV serves up random categorized YouTube content using a combination of old-school channel surfing and gesture controls. It's sort of like the old-school method of flipping through channels on TV.
Our constantly evolving vernacular has come a long way since it was first heard in medieval England, but with recent technological innovations, we've had to create new ways to describe some of the aspects of our 21st century lives.
Inspired by the Borges story, the digital Library of Babel contains every book that ever has been or ever could be written by compiling every possible combination of 3,200 characters into 410-page novels.
Launched by Amazon six months ago, Destinations was designed to help customers find hotels for short getaways close to home. Seems like there wasn't enough interest, however, as the company has just shut it down.
Surveys have shown just how important in-flight Wi-Fi has become for passengers, with most saying availability of such a service influences their booking. With that in mind, it's little wonder JetBlue is keen to roll out its own service to…
Google looks to be pushing ahead with its project to bring Internet connectivity to remote and underserved parts of the planet. The company has registered two new drone designs with the FAA, suggesting test flights could be just around the…
The Sony hack was eye-opening for Jennifer Lawrence. In a new essay for Lena Dunham's newletter, Lenny, Lawrence discusses Hollywood's gender wage gap in the context of what she learned from leaked Sony data.
On Friday, Bülent Keneş, the editor-in-chief of Turkish newspaper Today's Zaman, was removed from his office and arrested for "insulting" President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Sadly, this is far from the first instance of media censorship.