Pornhub wants to be a lifestyle brand

Pornhub has 90 million daily users and more pornographic videos than any other site in the history of the internet, and now it wants...

Why do guys always make the same face in selfies?

If you’ve ever experienced the misfortune of taking a photo of yourself that will end up on the internet, you have contemplated the weight...

The controversy over Mark Zuckerberg’s comments on Holocaust denial, explained

With more than 2 billion users stretching across every continent and country, Facebook supports a larger community than any nation-state on earth, but it...

Uber’s HR chief steps down after reportedly ignoring racial discrimination complaints

The head of human resources at Uber has stepped down from her position, following a series of workplace scandals that have rocked the Silicon...

Amazon will deliver live Christmas trees this year. 5 Christmas tree...

Amazon will sell full-size Christmas trees for the first time this year, following a successful test run with mini trees last year, the Associated...

At long last, Twitter brought back chronological timelines. Here’s why they’re...

Twitter has finally brought back exclusively chronological timelines, more than two years after phasing them out. In a move many would characterize as restoring...

Batteries have a dirty secret

Energy storage (batteries and other ways of storing electricity, like pumped water, compressed air, or molten salt) has generally been hailed as a “green”...

Amazon wants to take over every aspect of shopping. Next up?...

Amazon launched a new section of its site called Amazon Storefronts on Monday morning, a space that looks remarkably like the handmade e-commerce giant...

Why “fake news” is an antitrust problem

Five of the world’s largest companies by market capitalization are tech companies. In the past 10 years, Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook have all...

The streaming era is ignoring classic movies. Twitter is helping keep...

“It just took off like lightning,” Jennifer Dorian says. The “it” in question is a Twitter meme that became all but ubiquitous when it spread...

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