Tech

Yahoo's Decision to Spin Off Alibaba Was a Sign of an Identity Crisis
January 28, 2015

When Marisa Mayer became company CEO, she added a mediagenic gloss to this ongoing question of company identity, but the question remains: What is Yahoo?

When Blasphemy Goes Viral
The 'Charlie Hebdo' massacre marks the dawn of a digital age of irreverence and retaliation
January 15, 2015

The 'Charlie Hebdo' massacre marks the dawn of a digital age of irreverence and retaliation.

Undersharing on Facebook Has Become a Bigger Crime Than Oversharing
January 04, 2015

You might be more severely judged for what you don't say than what you do.

How 2014 Became the Year of Mindfulness
December 31, 2014

How a Buddhist concept moved into the mainstream.

Facebook Shouldn't Apologize for "Year in Review"—You Should, for Using It
December 28, 2014

Don't let Facebook scrub the grit and grief from your life.

The Two Worst Technology Predictions of 2014
Unwrapping a Google Glass this Christmas? Bitcoins putting your children through college?
December 25, 2014

Unwrapping a Google Glass This Christmas? Are bitcoins putting your children through college?

Anonymous Should Hack Sony and Leak 'The Interview'—for Freedom's Sake
December 18, 2014

Not that we condone lawbreaking or anything.

Uber's Travis Kalanick Supports Obamacare. Now He Needs to Support a Tax Hike for the Uber-Rich.
December 03, 2014

Silicon Valley's "sharing economy" should embrace big government.

Corporate America Is Using the Sharing Economy to Turn Us Into Temps
November 23, 2014

The dark side of the sharing economy, coming to a workplace near you. 

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