Kate Moss just entered the NFT art game
A new digital artwork gives you the chance to spend time with the iconic British supermodel.
How crypto art and NFTs are changing artists' careers
We meet the visual artists making bank from selling NFTs to discover how this all works and what it means for the future of art.
Facebook is working on their own Clubhouse clone, already
Zuckerberg never sleeps.
This Grimes-approved app will help you focus
‘AI Lullaby’ soundtracks your life with music that adapts to your heart rate and the weather.
Possessor is bloody body horror that will leave you disturbed
Director Brandon Cronenberg’s grisly new movie is a meditation on how technology might be killing us all.
Can the internet ever really be anti-racist?
In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests across the world, our TLs have exploded with resources, reading lists and calls for change. But can that change happen if the very history of the web is embedded in discrimination?
The best tech adverts from i-D's print archive
We asked fashion's favourite ad collector, Halima Olalemi (aka @adarchives) to dig out the most futuristic adverts from our archive
Can livestreaming really help musicians struck by the pandemic's fallout?
Music managers weigh in on how they should be rebuilding their incomes.
What the tech industry is doing to gen Z’s job prospects
A new book by Wendy Liu, Abolish Silicon Valley, suggests that the utopian dreams of the tech industry might not be alle they’re cracked up to be.
This feature will help you curb your TikTok obsession
The first step is admitting you have a problem and that is not a step I am willing to take.
YouTube’s harassment ban isn't enough
The Google-owned video streaming giant might be clamping down on insults based on race, gender and sexual orientation, but it won’t change a thing.
have we gone too far to ever switch off?
A new exhibition examines the real forces keeping us logged on to social media.