Instagram’s mute button joins Twitter’s character count on the list of things people never really craved.
YouTube’s Karate Kid sequel Cobra Kai has a nostalgic, lazily macho mentality.
The Facebook CEO’s testimony before the European Parliament was, if anything, even less edifying than his US congressional appearances.
This is not your regular, golden brown and crispy chicken wing purchased from your local fast food joint.
It doesn’t help that few adults could even tell you what the popular app is.
The social media giant can plan ahead for your death, but not the impact it will have on your friends.
The notorious data analytics firm is simply relaunching under a new brand.
Will “the way people actually date” turn into “the way people actually stalk”?
Quick, strong emotion is often an enemy of truth, which is what most hacks are meant to be in the business of finding.
We can’t resist junk information on our own – we need manufacturers to put the digital equivalent of the calorie count on the packaging.
It has become a cult with violent intent; misogyny in its most extreme and dangerous form.