Class accounts are a way for incoming freshmen to make friends, find roommates, and suss out colleges before fall.
Match.com started with questions about weight and explicit sexual preferences. Half the population wasn’t that into it.
The country’s political parties are spreading propaganda about their opponents to gain votes. It’s working.
Thanks to its IPO, Lyft—which lost $978 million in 2018—is now worth a very large sum of money. Here’s why.
The app has become the default way to connect with new friends, dates, or business contacts.
While the industry nose-dives, a large majority of the country thinks it is doing great.
The home-rental start-up says it’s cracking down on hosts who record guests. Is it doing enough?
How companies are using biofeedback to sell more products
There’s a benefit to keeping your internet friends close, and your internet adversaries closer.
Newsmakers, pundits, and hustlers banked their future on the investigation taking down the president. The jig is up.
Americans’ dairy consumption is about to get a lot more cultured. An Object Lesson.
Teaching AI to filter out banned content isn’t the solution advocates hoped for—or the one Silicon Valley promised.
The surprisingly short life of new electronic devices
As other social networks wage a very public war against misinformation, it’s thriving on Instagram.
Activists just won a landmark case against the social network.
How a dissident movement almost broke through China’s internet censorship
Targeted advertising has turned the platform into the best and worst place to buy stuff online.
Correction fluids have improbably outlasted the typewriter and survived the rise of the digital office.
A terrorist attack in New Zealand cast new blame on how technology platforms police content. But global internet services were designed to work this way, and there might be no escape from their grip.
The violent rhetoric was written for an audience.
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