Non-fungible tokens and artificial intelligence make tracing the origins of a digital object more fragile. What are the world’s archivists to do?
Your messages don’t have to go out right away. Be strategic about when your recipient gets them.
Unless the federal government steps up, the unchecked middlemen of surveillance capitalism will continue to harm our civil rights and national security.
Dances, duets, and other challenges differ greatly from the work of the Surrealists. But that doesn’t mean they’re not creating a new art form all their own.
“Now is the time to start stepping on the gas,” as one prominent VC firm put it to founders.
If you’re OK with a few bugs and rough edges, you can get new features before anyone else.
The British food-delivery startup doesn't have the scalability of a bigger US tech company like Uber, one market analyst said.
Over the last year, the scientific community has been reluctant to openly discuss its missteps. But coming clean could help prevent the next pandemic.
Now that it’s warping my portals to the outside world, Wikipedia has me more worried than ever.
It's harder to figure out than you might expect.
From PCs to smartphones, office tech has always promised to make us more productive. But time and again, it's come with unexpected side effects.
Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stavridis discuss their inspirations, personal experiences, and what keeps them up at night.
Section 230 faces countless reform efforts. But a look back reminds us that categorical content bans often come at the expense of marginalized groups.
The scammers turned savants and the whimsical nerds who abound on the audio platform have freed me of personal doubt.
Most analogies for racism as a pathology oversimplify its blight. Better diagnosing it means knowing how to treat it.
Zombie versions of Adobe’s troubled software can still cause problems in systems around the world.
WikiLeaks successor DDoSecrets has amassed a controversial new collection of corporate secrets and is sharing them in the name of transparency.
In lots of video games, sex toys are repurposed for violence. What's the deal?
In all eras, we’ve tried—and mostly failed—to police the boundary between acceptable and unacceptable.
Communication from the White House about Donald Trump’s infection will be opaque at best. Into that vacuum, misinformation will flow.