Competitive games like League of Legends often get most of the acclaim on the Twitch community. But one rising audience is centered around a practice called “speed-running.”
Girls Who Date Computers is one disillusioned New Yorker’s quest to expose the banality of online dating. Does it go too far?
Getting the last word, bro.
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.
Does the world really need it?
This is what terms of service and online privacy confusion looks like.
Please explain yourselves.
If people are willing to pay up for niche channels, Palin might be online video’s next guinea pig.
Arctic Fibre has a $620 million plan: to connect London and Tokyo without touching land.
The one app that changed three best friends forever.
In the past week, two new smartwatches have been unveiled. But neither are running a phone operating system, and both are being marketed largely around their looks.
And will probably be disappointed to find out next week that the feeling is FAR FROM mutual.
Don’t worry, sad tweets are still real tweets. H/t Rhizome.
A web without Facebook means mobile traffic would be devastated.
Update: Google removed the Bomb Gaza game from its Play Store on Monday after it sparked criticism on social media. The game allows players to pilot an Israeli fighter jet attacking “terrorists” in Gaza.
Here’s an online behavior that’s worth reconsidering.
“She Thinks It’s A Normal Bus. Wait Until You See What Kind Of Bus It Really Is.” WARNING: Porn, so, y’know…NSFW language.
As more rideshare apps enter the market, cities from Chicago to Indianapolis are figuring out how much to regulate these companies.
The CIA admitted Thursday it hacked computers used by a Senate committee investigating the CIA.
Behold, the acme of acne apps.
Turns out actual hedgehogs are revolting.
Willow Pape is literally ruining someone’s life.
I got twentysomething problems but an app ain’t one.
It’s easy to forget that most of the internet isn’t being looked at by anyone.