People worry about whether they may be addicted to digital devices, but addiction to a substance is far different from the habitual behavior that underlies digital usage.
The University of California has developed an AI that can form a greater picture of conspiracy movements (like QAnon) before they become a national problem.
In a year of sudden change, it was the humble classroom that experienced one of the biggest. But, with 2021 on the horizon, who says we can’t stop evolving?
On Instagram, users are purchasing goods, only to discover that they’re victims of a complex discounting scam.
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.