The foundation that administers the .cat domain for Catalonians just got raided by the Spanish police, but all the media wants to talk about is cats.
The organization that sets standards for the web just failed to beat back a stupid, greedy technology.
The site is mass delisting videos from its ad program, spreading the sense of persecution in communities from LGBT to the alt-right.
Many machine learning studies don’t actually show anything meaningful, but they spread fear, uncertainty, and doubt.
The new iPhone is being announced today, and shoppers are confused.
The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology is reviewing a controversial study after a backlash from scientists and LGBTQ advocates.
Apple subjects its employees to a culture of fear, but everything leaks anyway.
Discrimination laws forbid them, but some slip through anyway.
Gamers will always make something up to get mad about.
Episode 100 of ‘Tomorrow with Joshua Topolsky’
Another programming community is having a meltdown due to festering sexism.
The Rat Park study was flawed and its findings have been oversimplified, but it keeps getting cited.
In the wake of Harvey, it’s time to treat science denial as gross negligence—and hold those who do the denying accountable.
A personal journey into a tech-y dog house service.
Amazon's $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods was seen for the first time today.
Liz Spayd is a perfect fit at the social network.
Audio software is ugly and confusing. It doesn’t have to be this way.
‘Black the Fall,’ inspired by Romanian communism, was designed to warn against totalitarianism.
Fresco News was a growing, promising startup, until it wasn’t.