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The smartphone is the ultimate multitasker, but really it only has one purpose: to absorb your attention and hold it for as long as possible.
Unionisation and other forms of organisation are addressing both working conditions and bigger questions.
In the words of Ian Malcolm, it seems that Facebook was so focused on seeing if it could, it never stopped to ask if it should.
Twitter has admitted it allows white supremacists to run rampant on its platform in order to avoid an angry response from, well, white supremacists.
Once synonymous with tech bros looking to "bio-hack" their bodies, meal replacements like Huel and Soylent are increasingly popular amongst women and non-binary people.
The race to master artificial intelligence increasingly shapes rivalry between the great powers.
From keto to fasting to 5:2 to hundreds of supplements, the tech world's food “bio-hacking” is just another word for disordered eating.
The story of start-up founder Elizabeth Holmes is a parable not of individual brilliance, but systemic stupidity.
All it knows is what you watch, and what other people who watched those things also watched.
The pivot to launching tangible services for news, TV gaming and even credit is all very well, but the company will have a hard time escaping its reliance on hardware.
We must address the fundamental economic problem: big companies are dangerous ones.