Widgets, gadgets, and the geeks who will inherit the Earth.
The trial of the Pirate Bay founder is as salacious as you'd expect
The prosecution has gone straight to attacking Gottfrid Svartholm Warg's character. And really it seems kind of desperate.
Vietnam jails bloggers so much it rivals China ...
… and yet they keep speaking out.
How the US militarizes the world's police, not just Ferguson's
US police militarization is part of a global story about the importation and exportation of equipment, tactics, and funds for the purposes of domestic and international security.
These ladies love the Israel Defense Forces this much
Sacrificing midriff for country.
The US plans to hand over its internet oversight role
An already-tangled internet governance system looks to be getting more complicated, and some fear without US oversight the internet, and its censorship, could fall into authoritari
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You read it right. Berlin may finally be living up to its hopes of becoming Europe’s startup hub.
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Here are the 15 most popular world leaders on Twitter and their most retweeted tweets
Who has the most followers? Hint: It's not Tony Abbott.
ISIL loves terrorism and kitties
Prepare to be sucked into a weird hole in the internet, one of violence and war and also of cats.
Finally, we know which country is the most useless
The Good Country Index is a (less-than-perfect) ranking of how much different nations contribute to global welfare.
How ISIL is gaming the world's journalists
These militants are good at the internet. A little too good.
GlobalPost is hiring a Social Media Editor
This is a fun job.
Is this the world's lamest cyberattack?
Hackers break into Domino's Pizza customer databases in France and Belgium and find... delivery instructions and favorite toppings.
This adorable little robot is about to hitchhike across Canada all by itself
Pick him up, and HitchBOT will even talk to you.
Ai Weiwei wants you to pose with your leg as a gun. Here's why.
"Leg-guns" are the hot new selfie craze.
These high school students in France are learning to fly drones
Who says the military should have all the fun?
Apparently there's so much trash in space that we need a $915-million 'Space Fence'
We humans have been littering in space since 1957. Now it's a mess up there.
Russian programmers prove some people can’t tell the difference between a Ukrainian teenager and a robot
The chatbot that passed the Turing test is not very convincing, has no idea what's happening in Ukraine, and is very, VERY weird.
Scotland's fake murder and other epic Google Street View pranks
Remember the scuba divers chasing a Google car in Norway?
Wi-Fi on the moon is now as fast as the Wi-Fi in your living room
A brand new reason to ditch Comcast.
In Argentina, enormous fracking potential and opposition to match
Argentina's president says 'drill baby, drill.' But fracking makes people afraid, and so do big American oil companies.
Crowdfunding, peer-to-peer start-ups face uncertain future in Spain
Airbnb and other sharing-economy websites are under threat even as the government seeks to end the country’s crippling economic crisis.
UAE clamps down on Facebook, issues 'do's and don'ts' for the country's users
Content that is "contrary to public morals" is also prohibited.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea commands you to know about a new video game!
It's called 'Glorious Leader!' and you get to 'defeat waves of imperialists, combat over-the-top bosses and ride unicorns.'
News drones over El Salvador
Illegal in the US, newsgathering drones are taking off in Latin American media.
The pages from this 'Drinkable Book' can purify contaminated drinking water for an entire year
3.4 million people die each year from diseases related to contaminated drinking water. Can a piece of paper change that?
Need an armored vehicle or hazmat suit? This London show is your answer
Meet the world of disaster shopping at the Counter Terror Expo.
This hilarious commercial from Sweden shows what online lag would feel like in real life
Swedish ISP, ume.net, has a message for potential customers: you wouldn't tolerate lag in real life, so why tolerate it online?
Who's afraid of Big Brother? This guy
Germany's largest publisher lobbies against Google.
Brazilian president signs groundbreaking law ensuring net neutrality and privacy
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff praised the US's decision to ease control over the internet and called for a more transparent network following the NSA spying scandal.
Here are some cool things we could use drones for instead of killing and spying
What about fighting forest fires instead of bombing wedding parties in Yemen?