Technology
Oct. 7 2014 11:44 PMThe Birth of PongHow Nolan Bushnell jump-started the video game industry from an abandoned roller rink. 
Sept. 28 2014 6:22 PMWhen Bad Bugs Happen to Good PeopleThe iPhone 6 bug was a disaster. It’s also not all that surprising.
Sept. 25 2014 3:48 PMBoards Against HumanityWhy isn’t 4chan’s founder accountable for 4chan’s offenses?
Sept. 11 2014 10:15 AMThe First Victim of Sept. 11He was likely the first person killed, but his influence was felt that entire terrible day—online.
Aug. 22 2014 7:22 PMWho Invented the Ice Bucket Challenge?A search for the fundraising phenomenon’s cold, soaked patient zero.
Aug. 14 2014 2:44 PMOne Viral Media Company That Isn’t Evil, Just MisunderstoodBuzzFeed’s boss explains why the site has been quietly deleting thousands of its own posts.
July 23 2014 6:31 PMApple’s iPad ProblemWhy aren’t more people buying tablets?
July 15 2014 3:45 PMHow to Go Semipublic in the Google AgeFirst name. Picture. No last name. 
July 9 2014 7:30 PMGeorge Clooney Is Right About the Daily MailThe world’s most popular online newspaper does not deserve to be taken seriously.
July 2 2014 10:22 AMA High-Tech HighHow the rise of the vaporizer is changing pot culture.
June 26 2014 10:59 AMThe Lost Art of DoodlingA new stylus that promises to make sketching on an iPad better—and more fun.
June 17 2014 5:17 PMWe Have No Idea If Online Ads WorkThe Internet has given us an ocean of data. Turns out, most of it is pretty useless.
June 17 2014 10:56 AMThe New Yorker Thinks Disruptive Innovation Is a MythA cut-rate summary of Jill Lepore’s long, expensive, high-quality magazine story about Clayton Christensen.
June 6 2014 5:15 PMSilicon Valley Uber AllesThe car-service startup is worth nearly as much as Hertz and Avis combined. How is that possible?
June 6 2014 10:41 AMI Sold My Startup for $25.5 MillionHere’s how I did it.
Oct. 7 2014 11:25 AMTwitter Is BrokenIt stresses conflict over consensus. It rewards trolling instead of reasoned debate. And GamerGate proves it.
Sept. 26 2014 6:04 PMWhat Is the Shellshock Vulnerability?Here’s what you need to know. (Windows users, you’re OK!)
Sept. 24 2014 3:52 PMWhat Is “Geek Culture”?Whatever it is, it doesn’t involve true geeks.
Aug. 26 2014 9:25 PMWhy Would Anyone Watch Twitch?The strange allure of the video game streaming site.
Aug. 21 2014 2:46 PMGetting to News Feed ZeroWhat happens when you hide everything on Facebook?
Aug. 3 2014 11:48 PMThe Next Great Light BulbCFLs? LEDs? How to replace the incandescent.
July 21 2014 9:30 AMThe Horror of EarbudsThey fit wrong, they fall out, they get covered in gross earwax—can’t someone design something better?
July 14 2014 5:11 PMThe Prose of the Machines“Robots” are surprisingly good at writing news stories, but humans still have one big edge.
July 9 2014 5:46 PMThe Climate OptimistsConservatives have a new line on climate change: “It’s real, but it’s nothing to worry about!”
June 27 2014 12:36 PMThe Quadriplegic Who Moved His HandCould brain implants spell the end of permanent paralysis?
June 19 2014 11:31 AMArea Humor Site Discovers ClickbaitThe Onion’s new project is a pitch-perfect BuzzFeed parody. Can it be more than that?
June 17 2014 12:02 PMCoder’s HighProgramming is just like drugs, except the dealer pays you.
June 13 2014 11:38 AMGoogle’s Eyes in the SkyIts drones and satellites could do for the physical world what its search engine did for the Web.
June 6 2014 12:08 PMMore Smart, Less PhoneThe computer in your pocket is becoming a mobile command center for your life.
June 6 2014 10:31 AMNot Your Cup of TeaHemileia vastatrix turned the Brits off coffee. Could it do the same to the rest of the world?

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