How did a word once reserved for union bosses get co-opted by anybody with a viral tweet?
Drawn into the tech world, a 20-something wonders why she—and the rest of us—didn’t wise up to the grandiose myopia sooner.
Fast-casual chains like Sweetgreen and order-ahead apps like MealPal are optimizing lunchtime to death.
Apps promising to “advance” a user’s wages say they aren’t payday lenders. So what are they?
They were highly sophisticated. The local police seemed helpless. Then a retired septuagenarian detective stepped in.
The toxicity of the web is peanuts compared with Big Tech’s failure to remake the physical world.
Slack, one of Silicon Valley’s more diverse companies, has hired three formerly incarcerated coders.
Americans with cellphones went into a recession and came out the other side with a new communication style.
It’s easy to forget how unforeseeable the “unforeseeable” really is.
The newest strategy for marketing to young people is stealing their jokes.
The Washington Post just wants you to like its TikToks.
The engine of internet culture is chugging along, changed.
Cell reception is bad after boarding because of the way airports are designed.
Every website wants to pick out your mom’s next cashmere sweater.
Hanging out on Discord with today’s teen-idol ticket scalpers—average guys, no bots
This holiday season, Amazon will move millions of packages at dizzying speed. Internal injury reports suggest all that convenience is coming at the expense of worker safety.
Can it haul stuff? Hell yeah it can. It also looks like a Pokémon.
In defense of location sharing, the best way to make life into a movie
In just two years, TikTok has become India’s most downloaded app. Let the gold rush begin.
Google is an emerging health-care juggernaut, and privacy laws weren’t written to keep up.
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