“My ex-boyfriend wanted me to share the location feature with him. And he wanted an account of every single second of my life. It was toxic.”
A court in Finland ruled that the messages could not be used as evidence against two particular suspects. But the ruling could have a knock-on effect with other cases.
A team modeled recurring visits to various city locations using billions of mobile phone datapoints across four continents.
Trans women across Brazil know the dangers of just being themselves—so a Canadian researcher stepped in to help them.
Time for your weekly edition of the Funbag. Today, we're talking about Adam Driver, kiddie shows, shitting after mowing the lawn, and more.
Rectangles: A boring shape for boring people.
The list of things I've had to do to scrub my relationship from my phone is long and depraved.
A solution to never sending a regrettable message again.
A new study suggests there may be more than just a link between smartphone reliance and depression: The one may cause the other.