Widgets, gadgets, and the geeks who will inherit the Earth.
Cubans take heat for using the US Interests Section's free internet
Most ordinary Cubans can't afford the cyber cafes that offer a pricy but limited web service.
Earth needs a flag. How about this one?
You know, for when we colonize Mars and fight wars against aliens.
The US military is hosting a 'lab day' to show off its latest killer robots
Ukraine tried to score a PR victory in Nepal after the quake. It didn’t turn out well
What was supposed to be a quick extraction descended into a weeklong folly of broken airplanes and stir-crazy journalists.
In the drone race, Europe is killin' it
Europe has taken the lead over the US in developing a 'good guy' civilian drone industry.
In online war with IS, the US is behind the curve: experts
The large scale and fast pace of the IS group's social media campaign poses a daunting challenge, especially for a government bureaucracy.
This new messaging app from developers in Myanmar is kind of revolutionary
Hush is the right name for an app that lets people in Myanmar — a country that just recently emerged from oppressive isolation — talk freely.
Feature: Smartphone app scrambles for carsharing commuters
A number of smartphone apps are currently battling in the field of car-hailing, with Uber and Lyft winning the war so far.
Human rights groups are already freaking out over the killer robots of tomorrow
Keep one eye on your Roomba.
French TV station hit by 'unprecedented' pro-Islamic State hack
Broadcasts are expected to take hours, if not days, to restore.
Russian hackers are reading White House emails
US authorities say they have traced the cyberattack to the Russians, but assured sensitive communications remain secure.
Indonesia's answer to Buzzfeed has insane potential
The potential market in Indonesia for viral content is pretty much unparalleled anywhere else in the world.
2014 was actually the safest year on record in the aviation industry
GlobalPost's got a new look
Things look a little different on GlobalPost today. What you see will depend on whether you're visiting us on a laptop, your smartphone, or your favorite tablet. Here's a quick tour of our new features.
What’s the Buzzfeed? The UK prime minister is about to find out
After snubbing UK broadcasters, David Cameron agrees to a beer with the online empire.
Why 3G might be the best thing that's happened to Ukraine this year
It’s a telecom gift to a country in need, even if much of the world is moving on to 4 or 5G.
None of these things work anymore in Crimea
It’s been downhill ever since Russia annexed the Black Sea peninsula last March.
7 natural wonders that humans could destroy within a generation
Unless things change, say goodbye to the Great Barrier Reef.
These maps show you how many people are online in the world
Scandinavia is crushing it while developing nations fall behind.
US penetrated N. Korea computer systems in 2010
Hidden US software provided an 'early warning radar' that Pyongyang was behind the Sony hack, according to the New York Times.
These countries are for freedom of speech in France but not at home
It's a bit of the 'pot calling the kettle black,' wouldn't you say?
Is Ecuador’s ‘anti-imperialist’ president using US copyright law to censor online critics?
That's what rights groups accuse him of, after dubious complaints have prompted Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to take down posts criticizing Rafael Correa’s government.
Robots, not immigrants, could take half of German jobs
As right-wing protesters march against immigration, industry looks to machines, hoping robots will add at least as many jobs as they take away.
N. Korea calls Obama 'monkey,' blames US for blackout
The isolated dictatorship threatened the US with 'inescapable deadly blows.'
Europe's 'supergrid' ambitions show how hard it is to shift to renewable energy
As international negotiators in Lima struggle to set emissions targets, battles in the EU are highlighting trouble ahead for the next phase of tackling climate change.
The BBC switched to robotic cameras to save money. Maybe that wasn’t a good idea (VIDEO)
But it is hilarious.
How to foil spies in the Snowden era
From typewriters to quantum cryptography, governments are exploring old and new ways of keeping information secret.
If you build an innovation hub in Siberia, will they come?
Russia wants to boost its lagging economy by developing its tech industry, but attracting the key ingredient — people — may be the most difficult part.
How the Taliban and a cow prove Afghanistan loves social media
Read on, you'll see why.
Get ready for city living, whether you like it or not
Q&A: When you ask a leading architect to predict the future, this is what it looks like.
Tinder not working for you? A German website may have an alternative
Kaufmich.com is promising a free market for prostitution.