Stephen Fortune is a media artist and technology writer. He is Tech Editor at Dazed. http://www.stephenfortune.net/
How chemist and artist Sissel Tolaas's artistic experiments are pushing the nose in new directions
We head to a Finnish art-school for the first ever festival of bio-art to find out if hacking cells is the future
Pushing boundaries in the final instalment in our 123D creations
The third in our series of radical objects made with 3D printing apps is a viral meteorite rendered four ways
Matthew Plummer Fernandez liberates 3D printing from censorship with his new free glitch app
Algorithmic shards in the second 123D Creations instalment with Clement Valla
Honeycomb sculptures and microorganism-powered Tamagotchis - welcome to the weird world of bioart
British artists like Shardcore imagine a future where we speak truth to power by using the Tories' words against them
Announcing 123D Creations: how we commissioned four artists to create with 3D-printing apps. First, a lover's kiss is rendered in life size plastic
Unless you want a twelve-year-old outcoding you out of a job, it's time to learn to code
Meet the artists trying to save GIFs from being lost to the internet ether
Stuck for inspiration for NaNoWriMo? This guy wants to code your book
The first online-only art biennale is live. Interface with our highlights today
Swedish artist Raquel Meyers works with lo-res text to render the world anew in C64 glory
From human cheese to the smell of anxiety – inside the nose of olfactory icon Sissel Tolaas
Hacked & Burned: Meet the bots and AIs that are artists, lawyers, prison officers – and you
Tech whispers from beyond: are radio airwaves the ouija boards of the 21st century?
Get inside your head (or someone else's) with the latest advances in brain tech
A start-up backed by Google has just patented designer babies. Should we be worried?
Jetstream holograms and super-tactile phones that touch back? Check these future interfaces
Make the web anew with Thimble, a DIY site constructor for total design control
Now that Apple's introduced a fingerprint scan, what does the future hold for biometric tech?
Learn how to remix online stock photography into an absurdist video short
From finance bots to algorithm art, here's how artists have responded to austerity times
Media artist Stephen Fortune teaches you to deface the world wide web with LOL-tools
Evade government snoops with our handy ten-point guide from Hacked & Burned
Invent your own emoticon, discover sound-producing gel & naughty malware pranksters
Hacked & Burned this week: From GIF hell to a DNA gun
Hacked & Burned: GIFing your selfies, the first Bitcoin ATM and the telescopic contact lens
Bioart's flowering – the second part of a landmark feature on creatives using cells as art
Jalia Essaïdi creates bullet-stopping skin by genetically hacking human flesh. But is it art?
Hacked & Burned: Techno Viking crowdfund, mice-cloning from drops of blood & robots tripping balls
Hacked & Burned: Zazzle poetry, dream telepathy conferences and Google 'loons'
Charting the rise of cryptoparties – social events to build encryption codes
Isaac Wilder is at the fore-front of a brave new world – the internet free from ISPs
Dazed speaks to a workspace uncovering the influence of new technologies on everyday life
Hacking in 2013, letter by letter, from Aaron's Army to Zero Day Attacks, torrents to RATs
Speaking in code, buzzing up and more ways to prepare for the hacked word
Yahoo, the deleters of Geocities, now own Tumblr. Will our GIF collections ever be safe?
Hacked & Burned: Internet poetry, a gravity-defying 3D printer and mind-controlled paramecium
As Google launch their internet-everywhere device, are we already through with the future?
This week's Hacked & Burned: Peer-to-peer lending, Skype panopticon and blind nanobots
One foot in the algorave: the computer programmers making code you can dance to
Does sex get more nihilistic than recreational anti-retrovirals or AIDS-chasing parties?
20 years ago this week, the free Web was turned on. It's not going to be turned off, is it?
Lulzsec get busted and hacking Google Glass in this week's tech advice
Brain cell-powered smart grids, luminescent plants and trolling from the Syrian Army
Botnets all up in your Wordpress, Anonymous's News site, and a house powered by algae
Invisible brains, secret Facebook messages & the scariest search engine on the Internet
Our tech contributor Stephen Fortune on everything you needed to know about Bitcoins