Why Would Netflix Want to Own Movie Theaters? Because It Still Hasn’t Disrupted Film Snobbery.
Starbucks Planned Racial Bias Training After Last Week’s Arrests. It Probably Won’t Work.
The Digital Heroes That Fought Against Government Surveillance Are Quiet About Facebook. They’re Missing Their Moment.
How a JPMorgan Security Team Reportedly Used Palantir’s Tools to Spy on Its Employees
Facebook Already Has Our Data. Can It Use It to Combat Racism?
Amazon Will Sell The Last Jedi Blu-Ray Only to Prime Members. It’s a Revealing Annoyance.
How a Premium News Subscription Fits Into Apple’s Larger Plans
We Finally Know How Many People Subscribe to Amazon Prime
The Wall Street Journal Thinks Old People Can’t Handle Instant Messaging
Tesla Is Starting to Sound a Little Like Donald Trump
Report: Tesla Undercounted Injuries and Neglects Safety in Its Factory
Uber Is Adding Annual Background Checks for Drivers, Still Won’t Require Fingerprints
Johannes Gutenberg Just Testified on the Dangers of the Printing Press. Here Are the Highlights.
Tesla Removed From Investigation of Fatal Crash for Releasing Information Blaming the Driver
Uber Is Rapidly Expanding What It Does So You Don’t Buy a Car
The Five Most Dishonest Answers Mark Zuckerberg Gave to Congress
Facebook Collects Data on Non-Facebook Users. If They Want to Delete It They Have to Sign Up.
Here Is a Really Stressful Video of Mark Zuckerberg Saying “Senator,” “Congressman,” and “Congresswoman” Dozens of Times
Republicans Couldn’t Stop Thanking Mark Zuckerberg for His Contribution to Capitalism
My Personal Favorite Part of the Facebook Congressional Hearings Was When Mark Zuckerberg Started Talking About Muffins