The audio app quickly became a playground for trolls and harassment, driving many users away. When free speech becomes violent, Clubhouse revealed itself to be like many other...
While your laundry is piled up in a corner waiting to be folded, social media serves up videos of put-together women in idealized versions of homemaking.
As tech continues to shape our always-online world, every new camera, app, and device is an opportunity for the law to land in the wrong hands.
Just as teens are beginning to discover their individuality, social media swoops in with unrealistic expectations that can subvert self-worth and have lasting ramifications.
The feed-based design of our tech is changing how we think—and making us miserable. Is reclaiming our focus possible?
There’s more information available to humans than ever. But it isn’t making us more informed thinkers.
Technology has developed and altered human life so swiftly that it’s left many of society’s institutions ill-equipped to handle its faults.
We've seen social media sell our personal data and spread misinformation and hate, and our personal data. But we still can’t break up with it.
From conspiracy theories, to trolls and bots, we're fighting a war of propaganda and misinformation. But there are steps you can take to combat it.
The $30 billion industry has the power to influence everything from faster internet speeds to VR, but only women are championing sex tech as a force to be reckoned with.