From roadmen to businessmen, the BlackBerry served one and all!
The software giant had to apologize after sending out a beyond embarrassing email inviting its interns to “get lit” with “hella noms” and “lots of dranks.”
Without diligent bystanders and their phones, we’d never know about the most heinous police shootings of the past few years.
Hillary Clinton won’t face charges over her use of a private email system while serving as secretary of state, but she still took some risks.
“HI MOM! It’s me, your dead son.”
For the first time in five decades, there’s been actual progress in the design of a condom that doesn’t suck.
In the end, I started taking sips of booze just for the pleasure of the shocks.
“I realized I had catfished myself.”
An anonymous aspiring model says Model Mayhem should have done more to warn her of the predators lurking on the site, and a three-judge panel is allowing her lawsuit to proceed.
Kenyatta Cheese, one of the founders of the world’s foremost meme website, tells us how to explain dat boi to our grandmas.
Dudes Helping Dudes is a closed group where men can begin to articulate their emotions, one Facebook post at a time.
The best filter on Snapchat or a millennial’s worst enemy?
We spoke to the world’s leading experts in the field of human life extension to get an update on how close we are to living forever.
When the scene ended, I actually felt relieved. It felt like I’d cheated on my girlfriend in real life.
To some unfortunate users, the internet is a minefield of harassment and hatred. But there are steps we can take to make it a lot friendlier.
The country’s 10,000 “e-residents” are redefining what it means to immigrate.
The first installment of Accidental Internet, a new series where Gideon Jacobs and Eric Oglander crawl the web looking for strange and beautiful pieces of text and images.
The app’s new “Tinder Social” feature will allow you to date in groups, but it will also tell all your Facebook friends you’re swiping.
The god-awful technology that makes up the United States’ immigration system is finally being updated, after several failed attempts.
Whoever is in charge of the Monopoly Facebook page has some pretty strange ideas in his or her head, it turns out.
For starters, Facebook notifications are a lot more thrilling when you actually have to sit down at a computer.
Designer Nikolas Gregory created the Ripley, an art project that has everything a human theoretically needs to shit personalized jewelry out of their ass.
Google introduced a “Mic Drop” button in Gmail that let users block all replies to an email. It did not go well.
The judge determined the gun emoji was essentially a death threat and sentenced the guy to six months, three of them suspended.
Venture capital firms have pumped more than $100 million into Juicero, a company that promises to “disrupt” the juice industry with a very, very expensive appliance.
In 2014, Indiana University received funding to start the Truthy Project, which is dedicated to studying the spread of data and why things like memes go viral. We called the professor in charge of it to discuss dank memes and their effect on the election…
The “audience” will receive two SMS messages a day combining straight narrative, images, and video. The vibration from their phones creates the opera’s “music.”
The technology could reduce the time it takes to get an HIV diagnosis from months to days.
We talked to some experts who explained why that’s a good thing.
Emad El-Sayed, the 24-year-old who’s facing deportation after he threatened to kill Donald Trump on Facebook, isn’t the first case of social media screwing with immigration status.
According to Peter Xing, founder of Transhumanist Australia, “It’s very poetic to say there is a narrative arc with life and death. But it’s a social construct.”
Is it strange going from tweeting jokes to 30 followers to suddenly having a captive audience of thousands?
Ancient hieroglyphics and scrolls have survived centuries, but digital storage is fragile.
Because, honestly, Valentine’s Day sucks when you’re single and you should talk to someone about it—even if virtually.