Technology

Music

how tlc’s 'fanmail' predicted internet anxiety

20 years ago this week, TLC warned us of an unhealthy relationship with technology.
Annie Lord
2.25.19
Culture

how an episode of 'black mirror' became a creepy reality

When her best friend died, Eugenia Kuyda took inspiration from the TV show and resurrected him using artificial intelligence.
Bobby Hellard
11.13.18
News

almost one hundred percent of teens have a smartphone in these countries

A new study provides some interesting insights into how young adults are interacting with technology.
André-Naquian Wheeler
6.19.18
Culture

these 80s tech magazine ads will make you nostalgic for floppy disks

An artist has collected the mesmerizing pre-Y2K computer ads she found inside the now defunct ‘BYTE Magazine.’
André-Naquian Wheeler
10.18.17
Culture

this vr simulator is helping people understand what being depressed is like

Parallax Visions is a collective of VR artists (and friends) pushing the emerging medium into the avant-garde.
André-Naquian Wheeler
5.18.17
Think Pieces

stop texting and pick up the phone; it will make you happier

Snapchat and Instagram Stories can never replace the delicious sound of your friend's voice in your ear.
Mattie Kahn
11.14.16
Think Pieces

how a gay hookup app became a force for fashion and social change

When (and why) did Grindr go from anonymous chiseled ab selfies to live streamed runway shows and voting initiatives?
Daniel Reynolds
11.11.16
News

björk introduces london digital exhibition by streaming in as a live avatar

'Technology is enabling women to work outside the already formed hierarchical systems,' she wrote on Facebook.
Hannah Ongley
8.31.16
News

gendr, the app creating lgbtq safe spaces online and irl

If you build it, they will come.
Annie Armstrong
6.28.16
News

facebook introduces new tools to combat suicide

While the site says it is a way to further support its 1.65 billion users, some are asking if the intervention methods are an invasion of privacy.
Wendy Syfret
6.15.16
Art

​cory arcangel’s '#currentmood' — kittens, kanye, and instant nostalgia

As the post-internet, post-conceptualist’s new exhibition opens at The Lisson, he talks memes, clickbait, and whether anyone will find his work in 50 years.
i-D Staff
5.23.16
Think Pieces

how fans are using tech to solve music festivals' sexual assault problem

From the Tupac hologram to Oculus Rift encores, technology is changing the entire festival experience. But the most disruptive innovations might be those devised by young (and usually female) attendees.
Hannah Ongley
5.16.16
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