You Can Now Buy Bitcoin Futures. Does That Make It Any Less Sketchy?
“Alexa, Why Don’t My Roommates Like You?” The Complicated Etiquette of Bringing Home a Smart Speaker.
Report: 1,000 People Own 40 Percent of the Bitcoin Market
OkCupid Users Have Long Had to Put Up With Unwanted Messages. That's About to Change.
People Who Can’t Remember Their Bitcoin Passwords Are Really Freaking Out Now
Who Benefits From the Push to Teach Every Kid to Code?Tech companies, for one.
When It Comes to Wildfires, How Many Times Can We Say the Same Things?
Bitcoin Is Still Basically Useless for Making Payments
FCC Chairman Rushing to Crush Net Neutrality Complained in 2014 About Rushed Process to Enshrine It
All the Ways Facebook Copied Rivals and Tried to Become the Whole Internet in 2017
Future Tense Newsletter: Preparing for Your Digital Afterlife
Was Your Identity Stolen to Help Repeal Net Neutrality?
Silicon Valley Needs to Face Its Demons. This Bougie Retreat Center Run by an Ex-Googler Isn’t the Place to Do It.
The Winner of the Online Death MarketplaceWhen it comes to obituaries, digital memorials, and more, Legacy.com is the champ.
We Now Know Who Shut Down President Trump’s Twitter Account for 11 Minutes. We Still Have Some Questions.
These Stunning A.I. Tools Are About to Change the Art WorldWhat happens to artists when machines get more creative control?
Preserving Today’s InternetIt’s not just about saving static webpages—it’s about documenting the experiences.
Two New Reports Say Microsoft Overwhelmingly Underpays Women and Stifles Their Career Advancement
It’s Been a Crazy Week in Bitcoin
What Will an Internet Without Net Neutrality Be Like?Look to other countries for the answer.
Can You Trust Waze During an Emergency Like the California Wildfires?
Speed KillsOne way to improve cybersecurity: Make users slow down.
Zimbabwe’s Internet Went Down for About Five Hours. The Culprit Was Reportedly a Tractor.
The Cryptocurrency CrackdownThe SEC’s cyber unit has filed its first complaint, and it’s a good one.
Ashley Madison Still Exists, Is Still Making a Mess of Things
YouTube Plans to Have More Than 10,000 People Dedicated to Monitoring Content. Will It Work?
The Digital Will GeneratorWhat should your loved ones do with your online life after you die? We’ll help you plan.
The Far Right's New Toad Mascot Is a Fatter, More Racist Pepe the Frog
The Word Cyber Now Means Everything—and Nothing At All
The Copyright MavericksThe geniuses behind the Wayback Machine have a new way to help libraries bring old books to the public.