Rectangles: A boring shape for boring people.
A new study suggests there may be more than just a link between smartphone reliance and depression: The one may cause the other.
In a field dominated by ecologically destructive smartphones, Fairphone hopes to make itself stand apart.
Apple’s new dark mode for iOS 13 can save battery life, but it won’t save everyone's eyes from screen strain.
Pikachu turned a depressing professional and social crutch into a joy—a small (and, okay, mostly useless) act of defiance.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold costs $1,980, but multiple reviewers say theirs has broken after just a day of use.
Dora Papanikita's project 'Sex in the Digital Age' focuses on how technology has changed sex, and how we create sexual images.
Teenagers at the dinner table will just have to piss off their parents the old-fashioned way.
Research into smartphone addiction is still in its preliminary stages, but folks: It's looking bleak.
The average trade-in age for iPhones keeps going up.
Notifications are no longer used to notify you of anything—they’re used by apps to beg for attention.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 9. But as we reach peak smartphone, there's less-and-less that distinguishes one phone from the other.