Tech

Freaking Out Over Facebook's Egg Freezing Is Just Another Way to Police Women's Choices
October 22, 2014

Isn’t this what we want more companies—and, even more, the federal government—to do?

Google and Julian Assange Battle It Out on the Page
October 10, 2014

For Julian Assange, Google is all but an arm of the U.S. state department (or, indeed, vice versa). 

The "Physical Web" Could Change Your Life—and Track Your Every Move
October 10, 2014

Google's "Physical Web" is more than a futuristic idea with a bizarre nameit could be a huge invasion of privacy. 

Amazon Must Be Stopped
It's too big. It's cannibalizing the economy. It's time for a radical plan.
October 09, 2014

It's too big. It's cannibalizing the economy. It's time for a radical plan.

Stressed Out? Your Smartphone Could Know Even Before You Do
September 22, 2014

Researchers at Dartmouth have developed a data-gathering app that can help predict a student's mental health.

Apple's Watch Is Like a High-Tech Mood Ring
And the scariest part is your emotions may be up for sale
September 09, 2014

And the scariest part is your emotions may be up for sale.

How to Succeed in Silicon Valley Without Really Trying
Tech investors gave Seth Bannon millions of dollars, even though they knew almost nothing about him
September 07, 2014

Tech investors gave Seth Bannon millions of dollars, even though they knew almost nothing about him.

Seth Bannon's Email About Harvard Extension School
September 07, 2014

The founder of Amicus explains his education.

The Home of the Future Is Here, And It's Pretty Stupid
Do you really need to tweet from your refrigerator?
August 19, 2014

Do you really need to tweet from your refrigerator? 

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