Does Rotten Apples Toss Out Some Good Ones, Too?
The website seeks to sort the movies of bad men from everything else. That’s more fraught than you’d think.
All the Things Uber Is Doing to Try to Prove It's Now Less AwfulIt's been a busy few months for the company.
Periscope Has a Minor ProblemUsers are swarming young girls and asking them to do inappropriate things. And the live-streaming app hasn't been able to stop them.
Netflix Releases Rare Ratings Info to Mock Obsessive Fans of Its Own MovieWhat’s so wrong about loving A Christmas Prince?
President Trump Tries to Pick a Twitter Fight With the Washington Post’s Dave WeigelAgain with the crowd sizes.
Apple’s App of the Year Makes Sense If You've Been Paying Attention to the NewsThe big trend of 2017: unwinding with leaving your phone.
YouTube Red Desperately Needs “Prestige”It’s the biggest prerequisite for challenging Netflix—and the hardest to obtain.
Google Found a Way to Make Googling Celebrities WorseBy having them answer questions about themselves that no one was asking.
Vine Can Turn Over a New LeafThe defunct app may come back from the dead. Here’s how it can be even better.
Welcome to the Voice WarsA petty spat between Amazon and Google could be the opening skirmish of tech’s next big conflict.
The Wendy’s Twitter Account Is Tweeting Some Very Credible Thoughts About the Year’s Best Movies“Visually stunning!”
Apple Pay Cash Is Coming For Venmo's BusinessAnd it has many advantages—whether your payments are illicit or not.
Let’s Uber. I’ll Call a Lyft.Why conscientious consumers no longer want to use Uber, except as a verb.
The Apple Watch Wants to Become the Ultimate Fitness TrackerIt's now a good option for both casual exercisers and serious athletes.
A Small Change That Could Make Our Phones So Much BetterWhy do we still need to manually change our phone brightness?
I Don’t Know How to Ride My Bike for Fun AnymoreTracking every detail of my workouts is too ingrained.
Trump Nixes Obama Rule to Require Airlines to Disclose Baggage FeesA cautionary tale about online consumer protection.
Why Is Silicon Valley So Slow to Expel Abusive Men?Ellen Pao discusses sexists, enablers, and trolls—and why she has hope the technology industry can still become a safer, more inclusive place.
The Case For Buying Your Christmas Tree OnlineGo ahead: Break with tradition. The convenience is worth it.
The Well-Kempt Human Raccoons of YouTubeDumpster-diving makeup vloggers are making a radical critique of consumerism on the video platform.