Twitter for the Masses
For non-tweeters, the social network can feel clubby and confusing. Can its new home page change that?
“I’d Rather Not Rewrite All the HTTP Stuff Myself”Fascinating early posts from the founders of eBay, Amazon, Google, and others.
So What if New York Has More Ubers Than Taxis?It’s a conveniently scary statistic for the cab industry, but not much else.
Applied MathI made an Android app so you can hack your Wi-Fi using electromagnetic waves. You’re welcome.
Can the Apple Watch Take on Rolex?Luxury timepiece makers have survived smartwatches before. Here’s who should be scared of this one.
“It Never Felt Like I Could Be Email-Stress Free”Chris Kirk and his editor Dan Kois talk about the challenges of writing about coding, building an email app, and more.
Out of the Blue and Into the WackNeil Young’s PonoPlayer sounds no better than an iPhone—no matter what the audiophiles say.
Is Snapchat Really Confusing, or Am I Just Old?A 32-year-old’s hopeless quest to understand America’s fastest-growing social app.
Meerkat and Periscope Aren’t Changing the NewsLive-streaming apps make us feel like we’re in the moment. But they don’t make those moments any clearer.
Room DisserviceHundreds of the world’s top hotels have vulnerable Wi-Fi routers. Now their guests are at risk.
Google vs. the FTCA leaked report called Google anti-competitive. Here’s how the company and the government learned to get along.
I Stream, You StreamLive webcams were one of the Internet’s first big fads. Can Meerkat bring them back?
I Hate the Way All Other Email Programs Look I’m very picky when it comes to visual design. That’s why I designed my own email app.
Tube-TiedIn our era of ultrapersonalized viewing, why do we still allow TVs to infiltrate our public spaces?
Recipe for a Five-Star ReviewWhy the top-rated restaurants on Yelp are places you’ve never heard of.