So You Want to Break Up Facebook. Could You Really?
Uber Was Designed to Isolate Drivers. That’s Why the Strike Was a Triumph.
The Ride-Hail Strike Got Just Enough Attention to Terrify Uber
The Uber Strike Could Be Painful for the Company. Here’s How to Tell if It’s Working.
Why Facebook’s Latest Ban of Alex Jones and Company Was So Underwhelming
With Smarter Living, the NYT Is Making an Old Bet on Service Journalism
Palantir Said It Had Nothing to Do With ICE Deportations. New Documents Seem to Tell a Different Story.
What the Google Protests Really Need to Achieve
Hate-Filled Letter Posted Online Claims to Be From Synagogue Shooting Suspect
Facebook Just Hired the Co-Author of the Patriot Act and An Advocate Who Helped Fight It
Organizers of the Google Walkout Say They’ve Been Threatened With Demotion
Facebook and Google Can’t Fix the Local News Crisis. Here’s What Can.
The Strange Tale of the Most-Shared Story on Facebook in 2019
“I’m Pretty Sure That I’m Losing Money”: Two Uber and Lyft Drivers on Why They Went on Strike
Apple Wants to Sell You the News. And TV. And Games. And …
Apple’s New AirPods Are the Future, Like It or Not
Why Spotify Is Such an Awkward—and Necessary—Critic of Apple’s Power
Facebook vs. Apple Is Tech’s Next Big Rivalry
How Silicon Valley Will Try to Kneecap Elizabeth Warren’s Antitrust Plan Before It Has Legs
Facebook Is Making a Huge Pivot to Privacy. Yes, There Are Hidden Motives.