The browser-based app is a feed of Twitter's top videos, and it's oddly soothing to scroll through.
Vicariously is adding Twitter users to lists so other users can see their feeds, and there's little you can do about it.
Apps that let people listen to police scanners have skyrocketed to the top of the App Store.
'The Office' is now a period piece, so 'The Office Slack' imagines it for the contemporary workplace, and you get to be the live audience.
Android has a notoriously patchy update cycle, so Google is using another method to push a new coronavirus tracing feature to phones without user interaction.
Like 9/11 and the Patriot Act, the pandemic could be this era’s game-changing moment for modern surveillance.
Trans women across Brazil know the dangers of just being themselves—so a Canadian researcher stepped in to help them.
Multiple confidential documents obtained by Motherboard show the sort of companies that want to buy data derived from scraping the contents of your email inbox.
A new Carly Rae Jepsen song encapsulates what we’d all like to say to that person.
And spoke to other users to find out why they "tune" their selfies.
Just a suggestion: constant notifications from The Pattern about your commitment style might not be that helpful!