YouTube’s notoriously nonsensical auto-captions are improving. But there’s a deeper problem.
What does the e-commerce giant want with the notoriously fickle world of publishing? To own your every reading decision.
The world is a mess. “Cleanfluencers” are here to help.
After a series of account purges, meme pages are at war with their platform. Now Instagram is trying to smooth things over.
For decades, both Republicans and Democrats saw games as cultural dangers. That changed after the Parkland shooting.
In the eyes of the law, there’s no difference between a photo taken by a smartphone through an airplane window and one taken by an ultrapowerful camera in a helicopter hovering over your backyard.
Online shopping turns your brain against you, but you can fight back.
It’s not too late to fix it.
Inside Instagram’s annual beach party, where Hollywood and social media collide
It’s not you, it’s Mercury retrograde.
A schoolteacher created the popular board game, which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, for quarantined children. An Object Lesson.
Famous Birthdays has become a go-to database of teen culture—and is ushering in a whole new generation of stars.
It feels good to call out people for being duped by the Russian app, but the individualist framing of privacy is the bigger culprit.
Shoppers were offered a $10 credit in exchange for handing over their browser data. It’s an investment that pays dividends for Amazon.
Thanks to Ford
Despite what everyone says about the power of modern devices, they’re nowhere near as capable as the landmark early NASA system.
Fifty years ago, Buzz Aldrin wore his Omega Speedmaster Professional on the lunar surface. It’s been an icon—and a bestseller—ever since.
Infrastructure doesn’t only exist when it fails.
Georgia is preparing to spend $150 million on election technology. Experts worry it will be a security nightmare.
A new wave of online creators is here.
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