Loneliness is Instagram’s hottest trend.
Unlike other trappings of the aristocracy, the monocle has mostly been a joke since its invention. An Object Lesson.
New reports suggest that drone activity at the southern border is spreading to nearby cities, erasing the line between police procedures and immigration enforcement.
What the Amazon founder and CEO wants for his empire and himself, and what that means for the rest of us.
Without us even noticing
Google allegedly scanned volunteers with dark skin tones in order to perfect the Pixel phone’s face-unlock technology.
The largest crowdfunding site in the world puts up a mirror to who we are and what matters most to us. Try not to look away.
The tech industry is producing a rising din. Our bodies can’t adapt.
Venture capital has finally come for the least sexy communication style.
Teens know they don’t need clothing stores.
Giving out your number may seem fairly innocuous, but it can have big consequences.
An app that matches people based on their offline lives is a great idea—but 2019 is a strange time to have it.
Beard Board offers a rare avenue for constructive aesthetic feedback among men—minus the machismo that often accompanies it.
More and more companies are failing to issue transparency reports to tell consumers how much of their information governments have demanded.
The world’s largest online retailer is diving headfirst into the techlash.
WeWork was supposed to reinvent office life. Unfortunately, it did.
People expect companies to step up because other institutions are failing them, Bob Iger said at The Atlantic Festival.
Google’s knowledge panels contain helpful facts and tidbits. But sometimes they surface bad information, too.
Microchip manufacturers contaminated the groundwater in the 1980s. Almost 40 years later, the cleanup still isn’t complete.
Memes and moments come and go on TikTok, but its fascination with celebrity look-alikes is forever.
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