The days of your unlimited data plan are numbered whether you like it or not.
The untold story of the gaudy authority of the Approval Matrix. (This is probably lowbrow despicable.)
After a sharp critique from one of its sites, Gawker employees discuss their company’s murky vision of the future of publishing.
The one app that changed three best friends forever.
A web without Facebook means mobile traffic would be devastated.
What it’s like to surrender to the feed.
Despite a lack of consumer enthusiasm for wearables, news outlets are afraid to be left behind again.
The endless search to break away from the feed.
The lock screen is the new homescreen.
U.S. soccer interest has “skyrocketed,” according to the league.
During a BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning interview, Alexis Ohanian gave advice to troubled executives from Snapchat and Tinder.
The internet has gotten a lot less ugly.
Video kingpin Vladimir Lyubovny gets people talking about musicians’ private lives in public. Does that make him a trailblazer for hip-hop journalism, or just a meddler?
Business news organizations see steep drop-offs.
Carmichael is leaving The Hairpin after running the site for a little more than a year. She will replace Jessica Coen.
You can pay Upworthy’s friends or take the code for free.
Rosenfelt will be joining the media company as an Executive Producer.
What does an attention-obsessed media look like? And do we want it?
The beloved This American Life host tells BuzzFeed why he gave in.
The former New York Times executive editor will teach undergraduate courses in narrative nonfiction.