Scary movies are a barometer of what society fears—and our current virtual reality is pretty terrifying.
Public figures around the world have been caught showering, masturbating, and having sex in video calls.
The call was an election simulation featuring New Yorker all-stars. Toobin apologized for the "embarrassingly stupid mistake."
Director Shinichiro Ueda and the actors relied on smartphones and screen recordings, never meeting in person throughout the production of the film.
As marginalised performers find tech solutions to run the show, there is a lot riding on a smartphone and a data plan: their livelihood and the future of their artforms.
Farmers are raising money during the pandemic by renting them out to virtual team meetings—and Motherboard tried it.
A Philippine Official Had Sex With His Staff Member While on a Zoom Call About COVID, Then Returned to Work As Normal
The official apparently thought his camera was turned off.
“Zoombombers” interrupt the bond hearing for the alleged Twitter hack mastermind with loud music and a Pornhub video.
Coronavirus has upended traditional campaigning. Candidates have no choice but to go online.
While bored at home with my dogs, I decided to give online events a chance.
The comedian spoke to VICE about how online standup scratches the itch to perform, what it's like to bomb virtually, and his optimism for the future.