To get the most out of the web, you need to understand the culture it’s creating. We’ll explain everything.
Emojis don’t always express what you think they’re depicting. Here are five that we misinterpreted and what they actually mean.
Typewriters, floppy drives, the original Playstation starting up. Which of the following, aged tech sounds, do you remember? Which other sounds take you back?
Snowden is hardly the only privacy advocate on Twitter, or the world’s leading authority on the subject. The social network has several prominent voices who care about user data and how to protect it.
iPhone and iPad
Woz, as he is popularly known, is a geek’s geek. He started off as a white hat hacker, tinkered around with electronics all his life, and has never lost the joy of technology.
Where did Webdings come from? How is it different from Wingdings and Zapf Dingbats? Why were these weird typefaces created in the first place?
The highlight of the week was a social campaign to bust Hollywood’s sexist red carpet stereotypes. There are better questions than “What are you wearing?”.
We need to give young people the chance to love handwriting as an art, instead of making them hate it as a chore.
What if Google – or any major tech company – were capricious and malevolent, and wanted to change the course of an election for their own financial benefit? Here’s how they’d do it.
Apple’s first Android app is for helping people switch to iOS, and fanboys are predictably ticked. But why do people take the time to leave scathing reviews?
The Internet is strange. When divorced from the cold technicalities of code, wires and signals,…
An innocent 14-year-old geek was discriminated against. And the entire might of the online world stood behind him, with other geeks leading the way.
Manoush Zomorodi reports at the intersection of tech and everyday life – something we know MakeUseOf readers are interested in. So we got in touch.