As people spent more and more time in cars, auto interiors transformed into living spaces, where food and drink became necessities. An Object Lesson.
Spaceport America was supposed to bring a thriving space industry to the southern New Mexico desert—but for now it’s a futurist tourist attraction, not an operational harbor to the cosmos.
On Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook finally appears before Congress. Franklin Foer, who has extensively chronicled the relationship between social-media…
As Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify before Congress, the cultural attitude toward technology is dramatically shifting.
A tale of two “g”s
In an interview, the Facebook CEO tells The Atlantic he’s not walking away from the company, but he is looking for outside expertise.
The digital manipulation of video may make the current era of “fake news” seem quaint.
For the first time in two decades, a huge number of books, films, and other works will escape U.S. copyright law.
Glass has changed the world like no other substance, but people usually overlook it. An Object Lesson.
After years of allowing the world’s largest social network to police itself, Congress and federal regulators are discussing some promising reforms.
It’s not about the business, the head of Facebook maintains, but about the conflicts among users.
Facebook announced yet another way that data leaked from the platform.
The suspect, Nasim Aghdam, was driven by animus toward the video site’s policies.
After a shooting at YouTube’s corporate campus, technology CEOs offer platitudes. Shouldn’t they have more to say?
An employee said he saw “blood drips on the floor and stairs” at the company’s offices in Northern California after a shooting.
Before two deadly nuclear mishaps, scientists used to risk “tickling the tail of a sleeping dragon.” An Object Lesson.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a master television producer, but the networks had a narrow view of what the black struggle for equality could look like.
Surveilling sharks, not killing them, could be the future of safe beaches.
Andrew Bosworth’s memo may seem insidious, but its logic used to be very popular.
“Have you ever seen Gravity?”
A 50-year-old philosophical thought experiment has been central to the debate about autonomous vehicles. It’s time to give it up.
The fraught history of government-subsidized package delivery