This started in August, and it's still happening. Games culture - and geek culture in general - is a wounded monster, lashing out at the skyscrapers around it as it falls to the ground.
It's increasingly clear that the Solar System is more life-friendly than we'd previously suspected.
"I guess I never thought about putting it in the context of your junk."
Common method of making plastic "biodegradeable" seems to be useless, in some types.
Great news for fans of not being eaten alive, less good news for the clumsy and slow.
The social network's giving its "elite" users more control over whose tweets they have to pay attention to.
Mars' moons are unusual in the Solar System - for their size, shape and colour from their parent planet. Where did they come from? We've got some clues to work with.
Don't trust everything you read.
Hurray, it's another shiny new gadget that apparently changes everything, or nothing, depending on who you ask.
New research has found that rats alone can't have been responsible for Europe's medieval plague outbreaks - and giant Central Asian gerbils may have been an alternative accessory to the crime.
The influence of the XX/XY model of chromosomal sex has been profound over the last century, but it’s founded on faulty premises and responsible for encouraging reductive, essentialist thinking. While the scientific world has moved on, its popular appeal remains.
Lots of places claim to have the “perfect” pancake recipe – but here’s how to guarantee the best results. Maybe.
It's becoming more and more common for everyday appliances to have features we don't expect, and the implications for privacy and freedom can be surprisingly profound. We should be sure we know what we're buying into.
The resurgence of diseases like measles in the United States has come from the refusal of parents to vaccinate their children. The good news is that Britain isn’t seeing those same risks – but it could in the future.
Programmes where US and UK security services intercepted and shared private data were unlawful, tribunal declares.
The first draft of a copyright reform report, from the digital rights party's last MEP, could give the Pirates a significant legacy.
Twitter's move away from the stream continues apace with new mass direct messaging and video features.
The House of Lords is meant to be a place where those with specialist knowledge and experience can offer suggestions or amendments of how to improve the bills the Commons puts through - not remove our fundamental freedoms on a whim.
4chan lies at the source of much of contemporary web culture, for better or worse, but its creator is walking away.
A trillion lions fired into space could make Mars into an oasis, plus other things you can do with a giant ball of cats.
Once seen as a better investment than gold, the digital cryptocurrency is experiencing some severe existential threats.
Sometimes the Earth doesn't spin as fast as it should - and that can give programmers a headache.
Good news: you probably do it too.
The flexibility and speed of 3D printing makes pet prosthetics and digitally-downloaded space tools a reality.
Fluctuations in methane gas in the Martian atmosphere, detected by the Curiosity rover, could mean that there's life living below the surface of Gale Crater. The implications could be surprising.
Researchers find model of worm brain acts just like a worm would, if it was a robot made of Lego.
Alisher Usmanov spent just shy of $5m to purchase Watson's 1962 Nobel medal at auction, but says he plans to return it. Can we please go back to ignoring this bigoted man now?
Major milestone passed as part of ongoing plan to land humans on Mars by 2030.
Reflecting heat back into space, seeding the ocean with iron, simulating the effects of volcanic dust - the problem with thinking big about fixing the climate is that the massive risks are far more expensive than the known costs of simply not screwing the planet up in the first place.
Someone, somewhere in government, is spending a considerable amount of time keeping Wikipedia's entries on Scottish football up-to-date.