Technology

Art

This Gen Z app is opening up the art world for young collectors and artists

Strada combines in-app art sales and resources with IRL exhibitions. Meet six talents featured in their new show 'Genesis: Light and Beauty' here.
Sara Radin
9.17.21
News

Ray-Ban’s new sunglasses let you take and share photos

Available in their most iconic styles, the brand partnered with Facebook on their new smart glasses.
Tom George
9.9.21
Culture

People thought these 90s and 00s virtual idols would take over the world

Before Hatsune Miku and aespa, a slew of cyber creations like Kyoko Date, E-Cyas and T-Babe came for the crowns of IRL stars.
Frankie Dunn
8.17.21
Art

Lynn Hershman Leeson is the original cyborg artist

Ahead of her solo show 'Twisted' at The New Museum, the artist reflects on the lack of boundaries between our technology and ourselves.
madeleine seidel
7.16.21
Music

The students and stans saving K-pop idols from deepfake porn

When Momoland's Nancy was targeted, South Korean students asked their government to step in. Then these groups took matters into their own hands.
Kelly Nguyen
6.2.21
Music

Troye Sivan and Tate McRae on their deepfake music video

The visual for their chart smash “You” uses AI tech to swap Troye, Tate and a die-hard stan’s faces.
Douglas Greenwood
5.27.21
News

Kate Moss just entered the NFT art game

A new digital artwork gives you the chance to spend time with the iconic British supermodel.
Mahoro Seward
4.9.21
Culture

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.
Bas Grasmayer
3.9.21
News

Facebook is working on their own Clubhouse clone, already

Zuckerberg never sleeps.
Jenna Mahale
2.11.21
News

This Grimes-approved app will help you focus

‘AI Lullaby’ soundtracks your life with music that adapts to your heart rate and the weather.
Frankie Dunn
10.28.20
Film

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.
Beatrice Loayza
10.9.20
Opinion

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?
Parisa Hashempour
8.21.20
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