Exploring Sex, Dating and Digital Intimacy Through Art
How does a digital-first world change what human relationships look and feel like in reality – and art?
Why Are We So Bad at Breaking Up with People?
i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.
This Fake Boyfriend App Bails You Out of Awkward Moments
Microsoft developer advocate Chloe Condon created an app to fake a call, to get her off the hook in unwanted social situations.
Health Apps Can Share Your Data Everywhere, New Study Shows
A study tested two dozen medicine apps to find out how and where they're sharing your personal data.
These Apps Are Designed to Heal Your Heartbreak. Do They Really Work?
Mend and Break-Up Boss are part of a new wave of self-care apps that promise to help you get over ex.
Taking Photos of Tinder Dates' Bedrooms
Photographer George Downing is redefining intimacy with glimpses into the bedrooms of the boys he met on the dating app.
Woman Says Hacker Used Her McDonald's App to Buy $500 of Food In Five Days
The hacker, who was hundreds of miles away in Montreal, splurged on fries, Big Macs, poutine, Filet-O-Fish sandwiches, and more.
I Went Marie Kondo on My Twitter Follows to Spark Some Joy Into My Feed
Tokimeki Unfollow helped me KonMari who I follow on Twitter.
The Catholic Church Has No Idea How to Win Over Young People
The Vatican's spiffy "Click to Pray" app isn't going to save it.
This Chrome Extension Shows You the Internet as If You Were Colorblind
“Colorblindly” is an app that helps designers make their websites more accessible.
How to See Which Apps Can Read Your Gmail
Third party app developers read user emails, the Wall Street Journal reported, raising questions about Google’s oversight.
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I Tried to Cure My Smartphone Addiction Using My Smartphone
There are apps for that! And they're mostly worthless.