Welcome to the saddest page on the internet.
There’s nothing dystopian about our willful ignorance of our online lives. This is our reality.
Alphabet is a business move, but its true power is rhetorical: Add another company name, and you can preserve the Google name by untethering it from its broader, creepier efforts.
For years, Christopher Hills’s cerebral palsy made it nearly impossible for him to use a computer. Now he’s editing video on one.
Reddit needed leadership. Instead, it got more ideology.
It’d be a symbolic — and easy — first step in combating the harassment that has become endemic to the network. (Warning: Graphic description of an illustration.)
Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are allowing flight attendants to vent, brag, and chart the contours of an often misunderstood profession.
Reddit CEO Ellen Pao and the company’s executive leadership can’t even effectively use the site as a platform to apologize to users.
“I am not proud to be a part of Reddit, or my contributions to Reddit, and I haven’t been for years,” one moderator told BuzzFeed News. Ellen Pao, meanwhile, apologized Friday over the recent “transition.”
There’s something weirdly novel, even soothing about winding through an internet workday in 2015 to a communal soundtrack.
Swiftkey is joining the Unicode Consortium in a move that will undoubtedly influence the evolution of one of the world’s fastest growing mediums of online expression.
Reddit’s decision to police “behavior, not ideas” isn’t just foolish — it’s reckless.
Today, at Reddit, nobody wins.
Apple’s intelligent personal assistant appears to be a bit soccer-ignorant.
We’ll wait hours in line in the cold/heat/rain/snow for a shiny new piece of Apple hardware, but once we get it, the first thing we do is fill it with third party services.
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday with a keynote address from CEO Tim Cook and the company’s top brass. Here’s a running list of what we learned.
Today’s keynote suggests Google is poised to surpass Apple when it comes to mobile design.
The publisher/publishing platform is rejiggering itself as a social network for readers and writers — and reconsidering some of its publications and ideals in the process.
Sources say Verizon has no plans to spin off the tech blogs once the $4.4 billon acquisition is approved. But the future of the Huffington Post is much less certain.
“Can I show you my technology?”