When a medium acquires new functions, it will need to be adapted by means of creating new forms.
Even those who don’t frequent “the front page of the internet” should worry about the implications of this act.
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It doesn't even have a headphone jack.
This new technology already exists, and is part of a quiet revolution in how planes land.
Will the president-elect make tech great again?
Elon Musk’s latest green lifestyle offering might have hit the environmental nail on the head — depending on what his version of "affordable" really means.
The so-called Snoopers’ Charter is about to become law, but what will change when it does?
Should anything be done to stop people sending sexually explicit messages to their AI personal assistants?
Profound changes in technology, work and community are transforming our ultrasocial species into a population of loners.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?