Photographs have been tools of disinformation from their conception — but deepfakes may take it to another extreme.
Yes, bitcoin eliminates certain trusted intermediaries that are inherent in other payment systems like credit cards. But you still have to trust bitcoin — and everything about it.
Alison Roman's recipes, like #TheStew and #TheCookies, are proof that millennials are embracing home cooking.
The social network where one-third of humanity checks in at least once a month is also a marketplace, a satellite developer, and a maker of VR headsets.
I like to think I’m a friendly guy. I frequently wave at people and tend to like a lot of tweets on Twitter. Today, that friendliness was transformed into something dark and unfamiliar. Today, I accidentally re-liked hundreds of years-old tweets, alarming some, delighting others, and leaving me very, very sorry.
The porn auteur is launching a subscription service for high-quality XXX productions that she's calling "The Netflix of Porn." And it could be huge.
Homeownership in the age of the Instagram "travel influencer."
Founder Mitch Lowe and his team insist that the movie-ticketing company can rebound from its disastrous 2018. But will the public and the industry forgive MoviePass?
Fines go only so far, but something bigger is taking shape.
Deepfakes are probably corrosive for society and democracy — but, hey, at least we'll get to lol while everything burns!
Her last, best hope? President Trump.
Why are we invested in thinking he was so handsome and normal-seeming?
Alex Jimenez (aka TheYachtGuy) might look like he's comfortably residing in the lap of luxury on Instagram, but the truth is, he's kinda lost at sea.
The world is addicted to free returns. Here's why that's a serious problem — and what consumers can do about it.
People paying money to say something on their cars has become the subject of hundreds, if not thousands, of posts online.
Another food brand — this time it's Sunny D — is dominating social media by sharing bleak messages. Here's why that should end.
There are a lot of reasons to delete Facebook. The company has been violating your privacy and secretly giving away your data for years. Last year, in particular, was a bad one for the company. Still, it’s easy to forget, when thumbing through its endless stream of glamorous images, how one beloved app is a member of the Facebook family: Instagram. And with so many people declaring that it’s time to delete Facebook, you might be wondering when it will be time to delete Instagram, too.
Designers in 2019 face all kinds of challenges. One of them: figuring out how trolls are going to turn their logos into swastikas or human genitalia.
It's Monday afternoon and you're already over being at work. We get it. That's why you're looking at Digg right now. So here's something to keep you occupied for a bit.
Our lives are lived online, and to ask us to exist homogeneously across all platforms and networks as trackable subjects is a cruel twist of the internet's potential.
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