“The End of Twitter” Is a False NarrativeIts real problem isn’t a failure to catch up with Facebook. It’s Wall Street’s expectations—and ours.
The End of the Taxi EraThe bankruptcy of San Francisco’s largest cab company is just the beginning. Thanks to Uber, the entire industry is doomed.
Who Controls Your Facebook FeedA small team of engineers in Menlo Park. A panel of anonymous power users around the world. And, increasingly, you.
The Paradox of the Self-Driving CarTesla’s amazing autopilot mode is meant to make us safer drivers. What if it does the opposite?
The GOP Horse RaceLiterally: an animation of the 2016 Republican presidential primary campaign as a horse race.
The Year’s Best GadgetsThe virtual reality viewers, streaming media dongles, and robotic toys that delighted us in 2015.
Bad AppleThe company’s ugly, underpowered new iPhone battery case is a sign of trouble in Cupertino.
Google Built a Shiny New Brain to Make All Our Decisions for Us. It’s Called ... TensorFlow?
Hillary Clinton Needs a Better Message for Black Voters Blacks want more than someone who promises to fight for them.
The End of Football Why the sport is no longer justifiable as a thinking person’s pastime.
India Doesn’t Need Facebook’s Free Mobile Internet Access. It Needs Nationwide Broadband.
Roger Goodell Isn’t a Liar. He’s a Bullshitter. Towards a theory of pro football public relations.