Goodbye Forever, Blackberry Messenger
BBM is being put in the grave today, so we asked people for their fondest memories of the messaging service.
I Posted My Own Nudes on Instagram Before My Ex Could
"If anyone was going to be posting my naked photos, it was going to be me, and I was going to get paid for it."
'How to Text Good,' Today's Comic by Ida Neverdahl
No matter how simple it may seem, sending the perfect text can take some serious thought.
Pope Francis Warns that Texting at the Dinner Table Will Cause Wars
Pope Francis is on a crusade to preserve one of the last bastions of “togetherness and solidarity” in our depraved world, and he’ll be damned if he’s going to let emojis and right swipes get in the way of a good meal.
How Ugly Emojis Are Helping Fight Food Waste
A Maryland-based start-up has launched the world’s first “ugly” fruit and veg emojis as a way to get consumers used to eating blemished produce.
Meet 'Slumpie,' the Sculpture That Snuggles You While You Text
Jillian Mayer’s Wifi-emitting soft sculptures comfortably support your body while you obsessively use your smartphone.
Everything You Need to Know About the New Food Emojis
For all of the mustachioed lumbersexuals stuck in a 2009 New York Times thinkpiece about Brooklyn, bacon and whiskey emojis will finally be here. And we all know how the pickle emoji will be used...
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Check Out This Shit Pro-EU #Votin Campaign Video
Kids! Drinking! Sky diving! Eurozone! Whoah!
Liquid Meth Found in Bras & Art Supplies: Last Week in Art
Shia LaBeouf slapped a student, and everybody hates The Met's new logo.
Texting Art Enthusiasts Take It All Off in LA
Installation artist Jana Cruder observes changes and behaviors to our naked, texting bodies in her participatory new work.
Netiquette 101: How to Use Emojis Without Having an Emojinal Breakdown
Emojis are like The Force: they can be used for good, or they can be used for evil. Or they can be used as a symbol for a dick.
How Phone Apps Have Changed Sex and Love
The latest episode of "Love Industries."