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George Clooney Is Right About the Daily Mail

The world’s most popular online newspaper does not deserve to be taken seriously.

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?
June 5 2014 3:12 PMFour Features Mac Mail Is Still MissingApple’s desktop mail app is great. But it could be even better.
June 4 2014 5:02 PMCrowded in the CloudAhead of its IPO, Box needs to face its existential crisis.
June 3 2014 5:16 PMThe Internet Doesn’t Love AnythingIt is not a human being. And we probably shouldn’t talk about it as though it were.
June 3 2014 12:57 PMA.I., M.D.When doctors need advice, it may not come from a fellow human.
June 2 2014 4:49 PMApple Is Turning Your Mac Into an iPhoneHow OS X Yosemite points to the future of computers.
May 30 2014 11:52 AMFour Technology Fallacies That Need to DieI come to bury them.
May 29 2014 2:27 PMNut JobsSeeds and tree nuts are feeding the future of electronics and tech initiatives.
May 16 2014 6:43 PMObstructed RealitySmart glasses are more distracting than smartphones.  
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.
June 5 2014 6:37 PMYou Can Fight the NSAEdward Snowden wants Internet users to make surveillance too expensive for the government.
June 5 2014 3:12 PMTablet-Sized TeachersIPads, Galaxys, and other devices are becoming staples of special-ed classrooms.
June 4 2014 3:22 PMNot So SwiftApple has us wondering: Does the world really need new programming languages?
June 3 2014 1:45 PMTo Catch a CyberthiefHow the FBI foiled the dangerous malwares GameOver Zeus and Cryptolocker.
June 2 2014 7:23 PMApple Wants All of YouThe company needs you to know that it offers every service Google does—only better.
May 30 2014 6:24 PMBringing Down the HachettePublishers could have thwarted the latest Amazon power grab. They didn’t, and books will suffer for it.
May 30 2014 10:10 AMAmazon SubprimeOnce upon a time, the consumer’s wish was Jeff Bezos’ command. Those days are gone.
May 29 2014 12:36 PMWe Can Do Better Than LinkedInThe world’s biggest recruiting site is thriving. But there’s a lot more to the working world than this.
May 15 2014 7:26 AMBon AppCan technology help you and your friends choose a restaurant?

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