The option to bypass title sequences seems convenient, but it also tightens the bond between viewer and screen.
A luxury bicycle computer forecasts a welcome future of humble, embedded systems.
Futurists predict a rapture of machines, but reality beat them to it by turning computing into a way of life.
The company’s new iPhone and retail “town centers” presage a future of Apple as global infrastructure—one that may already have arrived.
With over half of the entire U.S. adult population potentially exposed, what’s left to do but shrug and sigh?
It’s not because the water comes in. It’s because it is forced to leave again.
Office culture is only part of the problem.
It looks like the two tech titans are arguing about AI’s impact on humanity. Really they’re protecting their personal brands.
The “A Bit More” button doesn’t reinvent the appliance’s form. It finds its soul instead.
Ten years later, smartphones have been fully domesticated.
The limits of the search giant's philosophy
Yes, but it didn’t act alone.
A fake social network might be the only thing your smartphone needs.
Extreme libertarians built blockchain to decentralize government and corporate power. It could consolidate their control instead.
Could decentralizing online life make it more compatible with human life?
The latest cultural trend is a perfect fossil of human life in the immediate present.
A new ad in the brand’s long-running campaign spoils its body-positive track record.
New legislation in Georgia shows ambiguous campus-carry laws might create a greater burden than the guns themselves.
Film, television, and literature all tell them better. So why are games still obsessed with narrative?
Why does a revolutionary gene-editing technology sound like a candy bar?