Despite all the hype about how it has connected the world, the web is more insular than you might think.
“Networks, land, power, and taxes.”
Health care? Babysitting? Mariachi bands?
How fitness-tracking apps have made the sport more accessible
Two quick updates on themes I’ve mentioned over the years. Hit: Google Photos. You may well already…
The uncertain meaning behind a half-black, half-white, two-headed toy: An Object Lesson
The service rolls out a new customization process for users who‘ve just ended a relationship.
Like cigarette warning labels, but for fuel
Last month, The Atlantic published a lengthy article about information that is lost on the web. That story itself is in jeopardy.
By a huge margin
Why would the intelligence agency put its largest surveillance storehouse in the middle of a desert?
It's not the taste.
All in the name of serving you more targeted ads
The system wasn’t built for cellphones, which makes it hard for dispatchers to locate people reporting emergencies.
What if computer systems were designed so that desk workers could collaborate, regardless of their employer, their location, or the time of day?
The service is undeniably useful, but it could change how people experience terrorism.
But will it work?
Homes in the U.S. are getting better at conserving energy, but the amount used by each household is still on the rise. The culprit: bigger houses.
...despite what intelligence officials from multiple countries are saying.
How cold weather, taxes, and sovereignty dictate the placement of data centers overseas.
America’s only full-time forensic pollen analyst has a lot of work on his hands.
Spotify’s long-time competitor—which was a better streaming service in most every way—will imminently file for bankruptcy.