The problem isn’t technology, it’s decision-making driven by the industry’s devotion to pure free-market capitalism
Britain's new far-reaching mass surveillance law is many kinds of bad
Fake news doesn’t just spread among the gullible
The soon-to-be most powerful man in the world is an outrageous meme from the internet
Twitter is closing down the short-form video-sharing service Vine that it bought in 2012
One thing is certain: the Internet of Things is not ready to be The Next Big Thing
Some Silicon Valley players have now cut ties with Thiel
The relationship between light and safety isn’t as simple as we might assume
Should we hide or should we be naked to the world?
So it’s a good time to count the cost of free trials and low prices from ‘start-ups’
But first, technology itself needs to learn a thing or two...
Facebook wants to cut down on clickbait; it should try humans
Podcasting is like producing an original album of long-form journalism
Now it’s neither
Instagram taking Snapchat's killer feature
Two months ago, Apple, Facebook and Google all blocked the addition of a rifle emoji
New lethal technology is dangerous - and so are old neglected systems, writes Jane Ruffino
And what happens when companies can control your phone ...