Uber Needs to Share Its Salary Data
After a series of sexism scandals, the company says it’s now paying men and women equally. That’s not enough.
Amazon Is Coming for Blue Apron’s Meal TicketIf the upstart company has a hope of surviving, it has to make its competitor look like a cheap knockoff.
How Google Blunted the Government’s Fair-Pay InvestigationBy making a sly, worrisome argument about employee privacy.
CNN Clotheslined ItselfThe network may not have “blackmailed” a Reddit user, but it managed to look foolish, self-righteous, and petty.
The Filter Bubble RevisitedA new study suggests online media aren’t to blame for political polarization—yet.
I Read Only News for Kids for an Entire WeekThe hot ed-tech startup Newsela wants kids to forget about what a mess our country is. That’s why it’s not the news.
Why the White House Keeps Crying “Fake News”It’s a desperate ploy to distract the media from their real jobs.
Stop Calling Everything “Fake News”Journalists are blurring several problems into one—and making it impossible to solve.
The Real Problem Behind the Fake NewsFacebook is under fire for spreading falsehoods. But it’s getting away with a bigger lie.
Did This Consumer Product Explode?Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is part of an exclusive club. Can you identify its members?
Become a PilotIt’s breathtaking. It’s soulful. You won’t take your work home. And aviation desperately needs you.
Chris Cillizza Is a Bad Pundit and a Good SportHis disastrous Reddit AMA revealed how those traits go hand in hand.
Newspapers’ Stand Against Tech Giants Won’t Save ThemBut it could help them resolve their existential crisis.
Nothing to HideEnemy of the State suggests that ubiquitous surveillance is just the price of middle-class American life.
Elon Musk Is Telling Fairy TalesHis startup ideas always sound impossible. That might be why they work.
Five Fast Facts You Need to Know About Heavy.comHow an obscure news site began dominating your Google search results.
BuzzFeed’s BombshellWhy the site published the explosive memos about Trump and Russia—and why no one beat them to it.
Only You Can Stop the Spread of Fake NewsIt’s not enough to ignore bogus stories. Help slow their proliferation with Slate’s new debunking tool.
Apple’s Aim Is on the Camera MarketTech pundits think the iPhone 7 Plus could kill off high-end DSLRs. Are they right?
The End of All Things ConsideredHow voice-recognition technology will change the way we listen to radio.
The iPhone SE Is a Design ClassicIt’s as simple, functional, and iconic as a Swingline stapler. I love it.