What it means when a Tinder match asks for your social media
How we move a conversation off dating apps has a number of nuances we’re still untangling.
EatWith wants to reconnect you with your neighbors by sharing a meal together
Reconnecting with an old neighborhood might be as simple as having a meal with strangers.
Startups aimed at millennials have reinvented the shame of my youth: layaway
Services for marginalized populations have been rebranded as buy-now, pay-later with the millennial shopper in mind.
Subscription service Trash Club just wants to find you the perfect vintage tee
Why these two women in Montana are dressing all the female comedians in Brooklyn.
Black feminists on Twitter prove yet again we need to listen to them
The issues platforms are dealing with now have been called out in the past but no one was listening.
Getting your food delivered could be better for the planet
It might — MIGHT — be better to sit on your couch and order some Blue Apron meals than go to a grocery store.
My astrology app hates me and I can’t get enough
I never asked to be dragged like this... wait, maybe I did.
Keep Instagram horny
The platform's latest announcement suggests the campaign to sanitize the internet of sex is going strong.
NASA, please do not encourage people to think we will move to Mars
Though exciting, the prospect betrays a dark possibility for the future of life off Earth.
In Norway, traditional car sales sure are... Oslowing down
Electric car sales have surpassed gas-powered ones, thanks to very specific policies that favor their use.
Let’s take a trip back to YouTube circa 2006
This was the one Youtube rabbit hole I’m actually glad I fell down.
Will Facebook finally face consequences for allowing discriminatory housing ads?
Are you seeing this? How about now? And now?
There will be too many streaming services soon, start coordinating password-sharing now
Brenda will trade you her HBO Go for your Apple TV+ and Criterion, if you give me your Disney+ I’ll give you my Amazon Prime, do you know anyone with Showtime? Yeah, me neither
Your insurance premium is about to rise like the sea levels
Insurers are adjusting their models to account for the onslaught of fires, floods, and weather disasters that will come with a warming climate.
Facebook has more options for removing bad content than it will admit
The company's reaction to the Christchurch shooting betrays a lack of proactive action.
Kids are refusing the world we plan to leave them
The Youth Climate Strike highlights a new wave of activism among young people who are terrified of climate change.
One of Theranos’ first investors has learned approximately nothing from its implosion
/“You’ve got a friend in me” plays in the background
YouTube: okay what if we suggest racist videos but add context?
A new fact-checking feature is only available in India, so far, but is likely to get a wider rollout.
Amazon still trying to solve a central problem: getting people what they order
The company rolls out yet another feature in an effort to make sure customers receive their orders.
Tinder goes back to its original mission: helping college kids bone
“Spring Break mode” is yet another feature hoping to make lifelong dating-app customers out of college kids.