Here are the commands to unlock secret Instagram-style filters and drawing tools.
How to be nice on that photo-sharing app with the little ghost on it.
Naughty Dog’s The The Last of Us and the quest to make game acting not suck.
As companies ask for more data from their users, the government asks more of the companies. And nobody’s putting up a fight.
Note the very careful wording.
An ancient chatroom service gets tapped like the big boys. A history with terrorism.
Act first, apologize never. How a modern social app gets made.
Dear National Security Agency, it was my phone’s fault. I swear! (via Damn You Auto Correct)
Ever wonder why Nala looks so shocked all the time? Turns out, she’s the government employee tasked with going through your phone records.
“It’s not that NSA surveillance programs stopped, it’s just that people stopped caring about it.” The story isn’t that the government is spying on us — it’s that we’ve known for years and don’t seem to care.
The Obama administration on Thursday called the collection of millions of Verizon customers’ telephone records “a critical tool in protecting the nation from terrorist threats.”
You’ll be a mermaid in no time.
Even the most ardent hashtaggers are showing signs of fatigue.
Not just how it ends, but how the damn thing starts.
NASA, along with Penn State University, was able to capture Magellanic Clouds at ultraviolet wavelengths.
You’ll want to alternately hug your phone and throw it at a wall.
Unsurprisingly, it’s a bit of a downer.
Just don’t give him a fire flower.
Chatting. And little else, even among the obsessed. That isn’t news advertisers want to hear.
Sheryl Sandberg’s book has inspired women to start consciousness-raising groups for career women. This elite Bay Area group, the first in the country, agreed to let me in.
Big budget power fantasies like Remember Me aren’t cyberpunk.
And other social networks.
What is this wizardry? Just the magical world of computer science!
This 30 second trick might just save/ruin your life.
This week is the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. Xu Qinxian told his friends, “I’d rather be beheaded than become history’s criminal.”