The digital revolution has had two profound effects on how power is distributed – both of which squeeze the state's power.
Twenty-five years ago, the open source operating system came into being.
Four ex-players of Niantic's record-breaking game explain why they stopped trying to Catch ’Em All.
Back in the Nineties, many experts didn't think the internet would live to see its first, let alone 25th, Internaut Day.
Facebook's new teen-only offering, Lifestage, is just like your mum: it's trying too hard to relate and it doesn't care for your privacy.
Videos that play automatically are now ubiquitous across social media, but the format leaves many viewers vulnerable to harm and distress.
London Underground’s smaller inhabitants might be affected by the off-squeak service – and learn when the weekend’s coming up.
As global temperatures continue to soar, Nasa data reveals last month as the hottest in history, marking ten straight months of broken climate change records.
Two new examples of “merged reality” technology have been making waves, but what does it actually mean?
A popular YouTube star is being accussed of creating propaganda for North Korea. Here's why that isn't as crazy as it sounds.
Detoxifying public debate is a technological challenge as much as it is a political one.
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