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Technology

  1. lost in space
    Want to Dry Your Hair With NASA Technology?Houston, we have a hair-dryer.
  2. blue light special
    An Eye Cream for People Who Look at Screens All DaySo, everyone.
  3. telephone usage
    I Can’t Stop Watching Trump’s Tragic Struggle to Figure Out Speakerphone“Enrique?”
  4. cyber security
    Inside the Midterm Campaigns’ Fight to Stop Cyber Attacks — Before It’s Too LateEven if campaigns internalize 2016’s lessons — and have yet to be targeted — it’s likely they’re still behind on preempting the next round of threats.
  5. robot money
    You Can Buy Hair Spray With Bitcoin NowThe way of the future.
  6. business
    Is New York Cracking Down on Airbnb to Help Local Residents or Hotels?Supporters of new Airbnb regulation argue that it drives up rents, but opponents say the hotel industry–backed law will only deprive locals of income.
  7. the chain gang
    The Trouble With TabletsWorkers say they have a couple of issues with the tech designed to make their lives easier.
  8. good ideas
    There Should Be No Internet for One Weekend Per MonthA good idea.
  9. Majority of Republicans Think Tech Companies Are Censoring ThemWhile once a narrow view confined to hyperpartisan extremes, this narrative has become the new normal.
  10. TrumpHotels.Org Shows Off the President’s Vaunted HospitalityPeople searching for Trump Hotels are instead seeing photos of displaced immigrant children and overcrowded detention facilities.
  11. cybersecurity
    Russian Cybersecurity Firm Severs Ties With Europol Over ‘Malicious’ ActivityThe alleged Russian conspirators have found themselves at odds with the European Union.
  12. How Realistic Is the Ocean’s 8 Heist Tech?We consulted a spy expert to ask the important questions.
  13. relationships
    What I Learned on My Date With a Sex RobotMaybe they need to be more like us. Or maybe we’re already learning to be more like them.
  14. relationships
    What I Learned on My Date With a Sex RobotMaybe they need to be more like us. Or maybe we’re already learning to be more like them.
  15. the internet apologizes
    Why Wikipedia Puts Its Users FirstThe Wikimedia Foundation’s executive director, Katherine Maher, weighs in on incentive-based media models.
  16. the internet apologizes
    Jaron Lanier Q&A: ‘We Won, and We Turned Into Assholes’Tech pioneer Jaron Lanier discusses the sinking feeling you get when you’re quoted by Mark Zuckerberg, and everything else bad about the internet.
  17. technology
    Google Maps Now Gives Directions Based on Fast-Food Locations“Turn left after Burger King.”
  18. the internet apologizes
    Q&A With Ellen Pao on Reddit, Facebook, and the Future of the InternetEllen Pao, former Reddit CEO, discusses Reddit’s focus on growth, Facebook’s homogeneity, and whether anything can be changed.
  19. internet
    An Apology for the Internet — From the Architects Who Built ItEven those who designed our digital world are aghast at what they created. A breakdown of what went wrong.
  20. technology!
    Admire This Photo of Daniel Day-Lewis Using a Flip Phone While Riding the SubwayChic.
  21. pinterest this
    Flying Wedding Veils Are Exactly What They Sound LikeThe latest in matrimony trends.
  22. marty!
    Martin Scorsese Continues to Fulfill His Destiny As Vine’s Sassiest CriticMarty baby, it’s already been shut down!
  23. technology
    Rudy Giuliani Tries to Use Apple AirPods, FailsThat’s … one way to wear them.
  24. Facebook Haunted by Its Handling of 2016 Election MeddlingThe reported exit of security chief Alex Stamos sheds light on Facebook’s approach to the Cambridge Analytica and Russian-disinformation scandals.
  25. technology
    Snapchat’s Offensive Rihanna Ad Cost the App $800 MillionYikes.
  26. technology
    Rihanna Responds to Snapchat Ad That Asked Users If They Want to ‘Slap Rihanna’“I know you already know you ain’t my fav app out there!”
  27. technology!
    Justin Timberlake Will Not Be Joined By a Prince Hologram at the Super BowlNo purple rain … for now.
  28. sexual assault
    TripAdvisor Is Reportedly Being Investigated for Censoring Rape ClaimsUsers say their reviews of dangerous establishments, meant to warn other potential guests, were deleted without explanation.
  29. Steven Soderbergh on Mosaic, Filmmaking, and the Weinstein Scandal“I would argue in a very basic way that it’s a completely different thing from a video game.”
  30. technology
    Google Is Adding Restaurant Wait Times to Search ResultsYou’ll soon just Google whether your favorite spot has a long table wait.
  31. technology
    Ridley Scott Will Try to Convince You to Use Your Fax Machine Again“I still use fax. Steve Jobs used fax.”
  32. always shopping
    A Smartwatch With Actual StyleIt won’t look dated when the next model drops.
  33. This May Shock You, But Women Care More About Gender Discrimination Than MenTruly, truly shocking data here.
  34. technology
    Over 2,000 People Watched a Livestream of Mark Ruffalo’s PocketDaaaaaad.
  35. internet culture
    Mourning the Death of AIM With Memories of Our Most Embarrassing Screen NamesPour one out for AOL Instant Messenger.
  36. tech companies
    Silicon Valley Has Gone All-In on A CappellaIt’s Googapella vs. the Vocal Network.
  37. the chain gang
    KFC Has Made the World’s First Store Where You Pay by FaceJust stand really still in front of a facial-recognition device.
  38. Alt-Right Organizers Cancel the March on Google, Citing ‘Terrorist Threats’The planned defense of a fired Google employee and his sexist memo is off, for now.
  39. tomorrow
    Where’s Our Laser-Shooting Mosquito Death Machine?Nathan Myhrvold said he was making just that in 2010. We’re still waiting.
  40. apps
    Shazam for Food Is Actually Maybe RealPic2Recipe promises to — you guessed it — use pictures to identify recipes.
  41. A Colorado Dad Wants to Make It Illegal to Sell Smartphones to PreteensThe initiative would make Colorado the first state to regulate smartphone sales to kids.
  42. good vibrations
    As a Single Woman, I’m Willing to Consider These Vibrating Yoga PantsPerfect for self-care multitasking.
  43. ride-sharing
    Is Uber Evil, or Just Doomed?Sexual harassment, corporate-espionage charges, taking advantage of drivers: The company that practically courts bad PR is in an existential crisis.
  44. When Your Best Friend Is Younger Than Your DaughterWhy cross-generational friendships among women are on the rise.
  45. technology
    What Happens When Work Becomes a Nonstop Chat RoomHas Slack made the office more productive? More of a snake pit? More like Tinder?
  46. Justice Department Launches Criminal Investigation Into UberThe probe focuses on whether Uber was using an internal tool to evade authorities in cities where it was not authorized to operate.
  47. odd coincidences
    Isn’t It Weird the Logo in The Circle Looks Just Like Uber’s?Even weirder: The movie’s version seemingly came first.
  48. dystopias
    What American Movies Get Wrong About Tech Dystopias: We Love ThemThere’s something vaguely opiatic about our films’ insistence that we will all resist powerful tech companies.
  49. How Ingrained Is Sexism in Silicon Valley? Ask the Women Trying to Get FundingWomen entrepreneurs describe being degraded and humiliated when trying to get their companies off the ground.
  50. disruption
    This Amazon Device Is About to Make Getting Dressed Super CreepyWhat could possibly go wrong?
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