With the cassette tape returning to popularity, I think you and I should have a little chat about our nostalgia-addled society.
Proving that anything can be marketed, several companies are cashing in on platforms that offer users the chance to casually chat with their colleagues. Like the good old days.
In an effort to halt the spread of misinformation (and perhaps hate-sharing), Twitter will ask you politely to read an article before you decide to share it.
In an effort to guard protesters against identification, instant messaging app Signal has introduced a feature that allows users to blur their face.
Speaking for the “binge-watch” generation, unlike previous social movements built around drug culture, our high will never end. Forever new, forever solitary.
We sat down with Steve Vamos, the CEO of Xero, to talk about the Cloud, change, and the challenges in encouraging emotional intelligence in business.
Honestly, if Facebook was a partner, we would have left it years ago. Yet, after repeatedly breaking our trust, we remain. Tsk tsk tsk.
Kumud M. Srinivasan shares her admiration for technology and wonders why there is growing apprehension surrounding technological advancements.
Fully functioning sexbots are only a decade away, but the concept of the carnal robot has long taken root in our fiction. We should be ashamed of ourselves.