The world has been searching for Ed Snowden’s online trail. What we found was much more.
It’s like your very own NSA. Except probably better looking.
The man who invented Mario holds forth on the disappointing sales of Nintendo’s new console and why he almost showed off some of the new Zelda game at E3.
Hundreds of posts reveal views on secrecy, religion, politics, and working in IT. “Society really seems to have developed an unquestioning obedience towards spooky types,” he says.
How did you let this happen again?
Facebook lets you pay to make sure more of your friends can see your posts. But will anyone use it?
Hashtags will fundamentally change what it means to post on Facebook. And test users’ comfort in the process.
Anger, love, laughter, and snobbery. These are the coping mechanisms of the new console war.
Skeuomorphism: n. A design principle wherein an object is made to resemble another material.
Flatten it. Flatten ALL OF IT.
Sure, there are two brand-new consoles to salivate over, but the 2013 E3 is especially lousy with games and displays built to tickle our nostalgia.
Spotify is set to receive San Francisco’s so-called “Twitter tax breaks” in exchange for “giving back” to the community. Meanwhile, the city has shut down the means to keep companies accountable.
Sony versus Microsoft isn’t good versus evil. It’s money versus money.
As part of sweeping layoffs, Zynga’s New York operations were completely shut down. Here’s an inside look at the implosion.
Search is dead. Now get in your car.
Lily Koppel’s new nonfiction book, The Astronaut Wives Club, looks at the historic time in America when astronauts were heroes and their families were emblems. She talks about the book and the photos she gathered.
You know this is why cell phones are so germy, right? A semi-scientific study.
A new Smash Brothers, a new Mario Kart, and a four-player Super Mario. So, is anyone going to buy a Wii U?
It costs 400 dollars, and these are the games you’ll be playing on it.
Here’s a good lesson about what happens when you send someone an unsolicited photo of your junk and have a publicly listed Facebook. NSFWish.
You went with “MAVERICKS” instead of these fine felines?!?
iOS 7 is here. And so is the new Mac OS.
Apple has a new version of its iPhone operating system. Basically every element from former SVP Scott Forstall is gone.
First: It costs 500 bucks and you can get it in November. Here’s what you can play on it.
A look into the future of broadcast sports.
Edward Snowden, 29, told The Guardian he doesn’t see himself as a hero. “I don’t want to live in a world where there’s no privacy and therefore no room for intellectual exploration and creativity.”