Mark Zuckerberg plans to give us the "power to share our full sensory and emotional experience with people whenever we'd like."
I don't know what it is exactly, but sentences like "I think my Wi-Five is broken" make my blood boil.
Users who want Reddit to be a place for unfettered free speech aren't happy about it.
While researching the pro-ana community for an article, I stumbled across some evidence that these forums have become a hunting ground for sexual predators.
An excerpt from the novelist's astonishing new book about a failed writer and an eccentric billionaire, both named Joshua Cohen, in the internet age.
The kids are alright, but what's wrong with parents who want to believe this hoax?
Dissecting their seminal October 1995 feature, "How to Log On the Internet."
Dan Bornstein registered milk.com so he could have a personal email address. That's the same reason he's not giving the domain up.
The academics behind "Nyungarpedia" are not only trying to build a new wiki, they're trying to create a database of knowledge that relies on oral tradition rather than Western-style sourcing.
And here is why you should care, even though you probably still won't.
Technology has been both a help and a massive hindrance to the blind community.
The viral sensation manages to combine David Hasselhoff, a 200-foot-tall Norse god, and a kung-fu-wielding Hitler (Kung Führer) into an outrageous, 80s-inspired action package that is every fan boy's wet dream.
Worlds Inc. is a company that runs and maintains a very basic 3D chat client first introduced in 1995 and has, over time, become a cesspool of the darker side of human nature.
Let's just say I had great asspirations.
Hate-reading isn't bad, but it is Faustian.
If practice makes perfect, I'm the Tiger Woods of finding memes.
Ten years after we were charmed by a suicidal World of Warcraft player, the world of viral videos has changed.
"I'm completely against cultural isolation. Unfortunately, Russia is making a beeline for that at the moment."
It was an evening of pizza, beer, and technological subterfuge.
The idea that someone could lie for so long about a terminal illness is despicable, but it shows how vulnerable audiences are to feel-good stories that tell them what they want to hear.
How could you ever explain to someone that the 'Space Jam' website was once state of the art?
1996 was a simpler time: the information superhighway was but a dirt road and politicians were already trying to get your email address.
We interviewed creator and artist Jayson Musson about the show and he answered entirely in images.
Welcome to the fifth world, a subreddit described by its founder as an "ultra-oppressive insanitocracy where the soup of the day is murder."