The research project is called Green Horizon.
On Aug 31, 2015 by Dylan Love
The 'Jurassic World' star couldn't resist.
On May 27, 2015 by Michelle Jaworski
It fixes a problem the rich don't have—while hurting the poor.
On May 1, 2015 by Gillian Branstetter
What is TV even for if not watching murder and adultery?
On Nov 14, 2014 by Miles Klee
Vladimir Putin gets cozy with China's first lady, international incident ensues.
On Nov 12, 2014 by Ramon Ramirez
If this isn't an abuse of power, what is?
On Sep 29, 2014 by Miles Klee
Of all the fascinating objects produced by 3D printers, this may be the most amazing yet.
On Aug 24, 2014 by Miles Klee
The government once again toads the party line.
On Jul 23, 2014 by Eric Geller
Both government and corporate clients hire monitors to search the Web for negative opinions.
On Oct 6, 2013 by Jay Hathaway
“It gratified my vanity greatly,” Xue said during the 10-minute report. “I got used to my influence online and the power of my personal opinions . . . and I forgot who I am.”
On Sep 27, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
When Chinese construction workers who had just completed a new nightclub weren't paid in full by their employers, they protested with a "Gangnam Style" dance outside the building.
On Jan 23, 2013 by Fernando Alfonso III
A cloud of toxic pollution descended on Beijing this weekend, prompting citizens to post "I am not a human vacuum cleaner" in protest.
On Jan 16, 2013 by Kevin Morris
Despite the service being banned in the country, the Chinese government's official press office owns an active Twitter account.
On Dec 11, 2012 by Kevin Morris
It's an interesting coincidence that major Chinese websites are going dark the day of a major political transition.
On Nov 1, 2012 by Kevin Morris
Just as Chinese officials announced casualty figures for a major flood in Beijing, Sina Weibo's search function broke down, conveniently hiding the information.
On Jul 27, 2012 by Kevin Morris