To get the most out of the web, you need to understand the culture it’s creating. We’ll explain everything.
Technology is an important part of our lives. For good or for bad, it’s fundamentally reshaped childhood. But it’s simultaneously reshaped what it means to be a parent. And I’m not sure that’s a good thing. Here’s why.
Today, we’re going to take a look at three claims that cropped up on social media, and show how they’ve artfully manipulated the truth to achieve the result they want.
They say tragedies bring out the heroes. From 2001 to now, we’ve seen several of them over the years on 9/11.
Alphabet, parent company of Google, is found at abc.xyz and not Alphabet.com – is this the beginning of the end for .Com?
Giant pink bunnies, upside-down calculator words, and lists of lists of lists.
Refugees Welcome won the Internet this week with their excellent work in matching home-owners with displaced refugees across the world.
I have two teenage daughters, and the things they do online make no sense to me.
Having private number on, leaving voice mails, not returning calls, or calling unnecessarily all ruin voice calls for the rest of us.
Rihanna, Robin Thicke, and Miley Cyrus. There’s little doubt that music videos have got more risqué in recent years, but is it right to impose age ratings on music videos on YouTube and Vevo?
Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and other public figures don’t seem to understand what net neutrality actually is.
This week, Twitter drew controversy by shutting down API access to a number of watchdog…
What happens to harassment victims who aren’t good at interacting with the press, or do or say unpopular things?