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Why Did So Many People Believe Trump Watches a Gorilla Channel?There’s something broken about the way we make sense of the internet.
Telegram Is Trying to Raise Billions of Dollars By Launching Its Own Cryptocurrency
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The Bright Side of the Two Intel Chip Security Vulnerabilities
Former CEO Travis Kalanick Will Become a Billionaire By Selling 29 Percent of His Stake in Uber
The Chairman of Ripple Is About As Rich (On Paper) As the Founders of Google
Google Researchers Tricked an A.I. Into Thinking a Banana Was a Toaster. So I Tried It, Too.
Spotify Is Reportedly Going Public. Could That Be Worse for Musical Artists?
Merry CrashmasTracking people who crashed, lost, or otherwise abused their new drones over the holidays.
Why Did the Much-Hyped Company Behind a $700 Smart Lock Abruptly Suspend Operations?
Six Resolutions For Improving Our Digital Lives in 2018
Spit and TakeGenetic testing data can be subpoenaed, stolen, and sold as a commodity. So why is the industry booming?
Apple Apologizes for Not Telling Customers It Was Slowing Down Old iPhones
The Most Impressive Things A.I. Accomplished This Year
Intel Flew 100 Tiny Drones at Once Inside CES. Yes, Inside.
When Social Needs Are Medical NeedsHealth is more about what happens outside the clinic. So why aren’t our high-tech health care systems better at addressing it?
The Smartphone ItchWhy do we get so uncomfortable when we can’t use our mobile devices?
Major Tech Lobbying Group Supporting Legal Push to Restore Net Neutrality
Joke Cryptocurrency Dogecoin Surpasses $1 Billion Market Cap
There Is No Such Thing as “the” BlockchainWe’re using one word to describe a bunch of different technologies.
Iranian Authorities Blocking International Web Traffic, Messaging Platforms
A Major Chip Flaw Affects Nearly Every Computer. Here’s What It Means for You.
Future Tense Newsletter: Your New Year’s Tech Resolutions
What We Know About MailChimp’s Plan to End TinyLetter
The Misleading Optimism of Most “Sustainable Design” ProjectsOne artist is taking an unusual amoral perspective on pollution.
Authorities Investigating Whether Call of Duty Dispute Led to Deadly "Swatting" Incident in Kansas
Report: Prominent Russian Blockchain Expert "Safe" After Being Kidnapped Days Before Hackers Targeted His Bitcoin Exchange
Snapchat Keeps Rolling Out Changes to Try to Revive Its User Growth
Yes, Smartphone Use Is Probably Behind the Spike in Driving Deaths. So Why Isn’t More Being Done to Curb It?Our distracted-driving policies are a wreck—and may soon get worse.