Five rules for leaving in style, courtesy of "Office Space," "Jerry Maguire," and other movies
A social media uproar reveals that online politics looks a lot like the offline version
The Web portal seems intent on becoming the authoritative source for news online
Can Apple collect its users' location data and truly keep it anonymous?
The logical outgrowth of high school civics, media literacy courses in our public schools would help students weed out incendiary polemics and agitprop from the whirling online maelstrom, and become informed and thoughtful citizens.
The service may not have brought down the Islamic Republic, but the "Green Revolution" did place Twitter at the center of a global social transformation
A new platform could revolutionize the way magazines use social media, allowing them to run ads and sell subscriptions in Facebook users' news feeds
An FTC complaint by 15 consumer groups is the latest in a string of assaults on Facebook's lax approach to privacy issues.
How a few lines of code could save the beleaguered rental giant.
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings are leading a revival in the music form. But do they sacrifice innovation for nostalgia?
The battle for energy reform has reached a turning point with the impending ruling on Massachusetts' long-delayed Cape Wind project, a primer on what can go wrong with the politics of wind energy.
Why the Library of Congress' decision to archive tweets makes perfect sense.
The DNC sells T-shirts commemorating Biden's live-mic moment