Every reporter works for Twitter now.
Jason Goldman helped build Google and Twitter into what they are today — but few outside of tech’s inner circle know his name. On shunning the spotlight in a star-obsessed industry.
The late prodigy Aaron Swartz was a product of — and an engine behind — the Web’s open-access culture.
Today is Facebook’s ninth birthday. Meet the students who celebrated its birth — and find out where they are now.
Would there be a Facebook without Mark Zuckerberg? Nine years later, his Harvard classmates weigh in.
The information activist was “doomed to be just Aaron,” recalls a friend. But a prosecutor was “hellbent on destroying his life.”
How Google accidentally built a truly beloved social network, only to steamroll it with Google+. The sad, surprising story of Google Reader.
That Words With Friends board game is just the tip of the disrupted iceberg.
Meet the designer whose signature iOS icons are so popular, they’re often mistaken for Apple’s own.