Goodbye Forever, Blackberry Messenger
BBM is being put in the grave today, so we asked people for their fondest memories of the messaging service.
A Teen Hacked Apple Twice, Hoping They'd Give Him a Job
A magistrate spared the boy a conviction, telling him to "use your gifts for good rather than evil".
Twitter's New Vaccine Feature Won't Stop Anti-Vaxxers
Twitter joins Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube in trying to filter out vaccine misinformation online. But will it be enough?
Who’s Going to Tell the Royal Baby That Our Planet Is Unequivocally Dying?
Good luck, kid.
Blind People Can Struggle to Understand Memes, So They Made Their Own
Screen-reading software allows visually impaired people to use the internet, but it hits a wall when it comes to memes.
Millennial Democrats Like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Pete Buttigieg Are Ready to Face Off With Job-Stealing Robots
“We should not be haunted by the spectre of being automated out of work."
The Secret Trail of Money Behind Those Instagram Porn Bots
You've probably got used to ignoring them, but this is what happens if you click and keep on clicking.
I Tried THC Juul Pods to See What the Hype Was About
Juul doesn't make official THC pods, but they're not exactly hard to get.
Silicon Valley's Latest Bizarre Craze Is 'Organised Intimacy'
Eye contact parties, cuddle puddles, "conscious dance". The Bay Area has changed in a lot of ways, but still knows how to get kinky.
Solange Reviving BlackPlanet Is a Nod to OG Black Twitter
The 1999 site was futuristic for its time, birthed black Twitter and influenced the rest of the web.
Anti-Amazon Fever Is Spreading, and Big Tech Companies Should Be Worried
After the company's deal collapsed in New York, the next community-upending project might be a tougher sell.
All The Dating Apps, Ranked By How Badly They'll Disappoint You
If you use The League, you're a Tory.
Helen Meriel Thomas