Technology

The Volume-Driven Life
Imagine how much happier you’d be if you could just adjust the sound
July 04, 2013

Imagine how much happier you’d be if you could just adjust the sound.

Sources of Discomfort
National security reporting in the age of leak hunts
June 20, 2013

National security reporting in the age of leak hunts.

Explaining the Global Warming Hiatus
Grappling with climate-change nuance in a toxic political environment
June 18, 2013

Its a climate-change mystery: As global warming has plateaued, scientists are more certain than ever about the long term trend. But where did the heat go?

Future Shlock
Meet the two-world hypothesis and its havoc
May 27, 2013

Meet the Google founder's two-world hypothesis and its havoc.

Immigration Reform's Unwanted Foreigners
How the bill before Congress could ignite a trade war with India
May 24, 2013

Could the bill before Congress ignite a trade war with India?

Julius Genachowski: The Exit Interview
The outgoing FCC boss on net neutrality, political polarization, and free speech
May 23, 2013

In a lengthy conversation, the outgoing FCC boss sounds off on net neutrality, political polarization, and free speech 

Margaret Atwood: The Literary World's Technology Mascot
May 07, 2013

It is very easy to sound like a cheeseball when talking about social media.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Cynical, Necessary Washington Strategy
FWD.us is playing a familiar game to get immigration reform passed
May 06, 2013

FWD.us is playing a familiar game to get immigration reform passed.

Obama's New FCC Head Is a Lobbyist. And That's OK.
Why Tom Wheeler's appointment hasn't sparked outrage
April 30, 2013

Why Tom Wheeler's appointment hasn't sparked outrage.

Foursquare's Struggle to Remain Relevant
At TechCrunch conference, CEO Dennis Crowley says his app is about more than mayorships
April 30, 2013

At TechCrunch conference, CEO Dennis Crowley says his app is about more than mayorships.

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