Google’s open hardware platform for creating modular smartphones is back, but it’s different.
I think the analog-digital tension is pretty common in our generation. I found a couple of things to ease that tension — tools and toys that satisfy the need for both physical and cyberspace.
From online market places to a digital business card, this tech is for the job seekers. Let’s get you hired! (Plus there’s an Opportunities Corner, GET IN HERE!)
So you want a car but you don’t want to feed the Uber monster. Here are four alternatives!
“I decided to only visit tables with at least one woman behind them. It’s such a low bar; it cut out a lot of tables.”
Exactly what it says on the box. Fallen London has an iOS app. It’s also pretty gay. Let’s play.
UC Davis wants the internet to forget about its campus officers pepper-spraying students, and is willing to pay a lot of money to make it happen. What does that mean for the ethics of our online — and offline — lives?
In which queer bot builders talk bot training, biased data sets and audience awareness in response to Microsoft’s Tay debacle.
Whether you need to be soothed, entertained, or soothed AND entertained, here are a few apps to make you happy while you’re flying without a data connection.
Why I think we as a community of queer women and non-binary folks need to be talking about virtual reality at this exact moment.
This email service, created by CERN and MIT scientists and based entirely in Switzerland, uses a combination of end-to-end encryption and Swiss law to protect its users’ information.
I feel chaotic and disorganized and tired literally all the time. And I wondered, is there a better way to do this? Is there a better way to make my technology help me do this?
I felt wave after wave of “I’m not the ONLY ONE. I’m not alone in this industry. There are others like me who go through the same struggles to be accepted in the workplace.”
“We can not use a law from 1789 to regulate a digital space in such an overreaching way.”
Twitter released its new algorithm, which means it’s the perfect time for you to take back control of what you see in your feed.
“Over here, in our tiny corner of the internet, I want us to stand in solidarity with the witch who wouldn’t burn, the one who triumphed in her way over G-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. Long Live Zoë Quinn; best of luck as she levels up.”
From beer to puppies to feminist sports reporters, these five apps will make watching the Super Bowl way more fun.
A new software is seeking to create civil comments online. Probably, the Internet could also learn a lot from you.
Here’s a review of Peach; in short, I’m enamored with its magic word capability and think you should try it and screw it if people say it’s already dead.
Apple, the beloved tech giant headed by out CEO Tim Cook, is taking heat this week after its board voted against a shareholder proposal to adopt an accelerated recruitment policy that would “increase the diversity of senior management and its board of directors.”