How to use Tor, the network that lets you browse the web anonymously
It's the best way to surf the internet securely.
Scientists figured out a way to implant holographic brain images
The experiment invites comparisons to science fiction—and the fears that this technology will inevitably be used for mind control. But are they valid?
Should you be worried about porn-induced erectile dysfunction?
According to the experts, there likely isn't a connection.
You can’t unblur your house on Google Maps’ street view
Think twice before you request to blur a Google Street View image.
The post office will actually email you photos of your incoming mail
This life hack will ensure you never miss another incoming package.
All of the lights: Will Li-Fi take over Wi-Fi?
Li-Fi internet is real, and it's faster than your router.
The forgotten history of Febreze’s scented CDs
In 2004, Febreze released Scentstories, a profoundly weird device that wanted to create a symphony of smells.
The shocking history of wireless charging
Wireless charging may seem like a new idea, but it's existed for decades.
The best hacks for VoIP calling you’re not using
If you're still paying for a landline, you're wasting your money.
Everything you wanted to know (but were afraid to ask) about how the internet works
It really is a series of tubes.
This creepy wiki is keeping track of all your online anti-Trump activity
If you liked a liberal Facebook page, you might have a page here.
The fascinating history of bcc’ing
You use it every day, but how much do you really know about bcc'ing?
Facebook makes it impossible to truly leave
Just because you leave Facebook, that doesn’t mean it will leave you.