The inconspicuous buds might make friendly interactions awkward, but they can also provide protection in dangerous situations.
Anytime young people get together, the pics start flowing.
With enemies like these, the industry is going to need some friends.
Amazon and Google are happy to give users the option to pause tracking. Why can’t we stop it entirely?
It’s not a gender thing.
Did technology disrupt the drug game, too?
While radar detects the formation of a tornado, a network of in-person tornado spotters also confirms its existence.
In the latest episode of the podcast Crazy/Genius, we speak with residents of East New York—and hear some frightening parallels.
For the social-media platform, a doctored video of Nancy Pelosi is content, not a phony.
Regulators should think carefully about the fallout from well-intentioned new rules and avoid the mistakes of the past.
Uber was the most valuable private company in history, but the public market has not been as enthusiastic. The reason explains a lot about how the tech industry works.
Many passengers can’t stand air fresheners. Drivers say they’re just trying to provide a pleasant ride.
The human brain can’t contend with the vastness of online shopping.
Faced with opponents along the political spectrum, tech needs a new way to emphasize its importance to the country, and the challenge of China could be that organizing narrative.
The plaintiff’s lawyer says that “the time is now for content creators, gamers and streamers to stop being taken advantage of through oppressive, unfair and illegal agreements.”
The endless flow of content doesn’t need to make sense to create engagement.
Faced with the messy realities of entrenched privilege, the College Board is trying to find a quantitative solution.
Mark Zuckerberg’s vision for communities on his platform is very different from how users are gathering there organically.
They might even be greener than electric ones.
As James Charles and Tati Westbrook battle it out, drama channels are raking in subscribers.
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