Elon Musk wants to break up Amazon over anti-lockdown propaganda
This guy really wants to make cars, no matter what.
21 hours ago
Help 'Detox Facebook' shame brands into pulling ads from Zuck's empire
The activist Twitter account wants brands to cut funding from Facebook because it won't remove Trump's incendiary posts.
22 hours ago
COVID-19 is creating commercial winners and losers. Here's the data to prove it.
Telehealth and sports goods are enjoying an uptick in business. But times are grim for luxury and travel brands.
6.5.2020 9:28 PM
Protesters stole NYPD radios to blast 'Breaking the Law' by Judas Priest
Are they taking requests?
6.5.2020 6:50 PM
Reddit co-founder resigns, pledges future stock gains to Black causes
Alexis Ohanian says he believes "resignation can actually be an act of leadership from people in power right now."
6.5.2020 5:04 PM
Criterion Collection removes paywall for features and documentaries about black lives
Plus a $25,000 donation with monthly $5,000 contributions to follow.
6.5.2020 2:21 PM
How New Balance got cool / The strange virtual world of IMVU
On this episode, we’ve got stories about a cool sneaker company and a weird social network.
6.5.2020 1:32 PM
The scope of Amazon's surveillance operation is staggering
Jeff Bezos' monolith says it stands with George Floyd protesters. So why won't it stop tracking and profiling them?
6.5.2020 10:53 AM
Bill Gates is worried 'stupid' conspiracies will discourage acceptance of a coronavirus vaccine
Conspiracy theorists claim Gates created coronavirus in order to sell vaccines with tracking chips.
6.4.2020 10:09 PM
Facebook will block ads from state-controlled foreign media outlets
The network that ran a
politician's shoot-people ad
for five days now has an opinion on state-controlled media agencies.
6.4.2020 8:43 PM
Lego pulls marketing for police-themed kits and donates $4 million to fight racism
The company has asked websites to stop promoting any kit that features police at all.
6.4.2020 7:41 PM
'Geofence' warrants could let cops claim you were part of a protest
The somewhat controversial method uses your phone's location data against you. Fortunately, you can take precautions with a few clicks.
6.4.2020 6:58 PM
Facebook let a politician's ad promoting shooting people run for days
The ad ran for five days and reached more than 50,000 people. It was only removed because a journalist emailed Facebook about it.
6.4.2020 5:43 PM
LinkNYC kiosks are displaying the names of police violence victims
No, they weren't hacked. All 1,780 towering kiosks in NYC's five boroughs are cycling through the names of victims of police violence.
Say Their Names
6.4.2020 2:11 PM
Apple draws a line in the sand regarding racism
A sobering letter from CEO Tim Cook outlines the company's position in the midst of nationwide protests.
Black Lives Matter
6.4.2020 1:52 PM
These robots are helping fight COVID-19 on the frontline
In a world overwhelmed by the devastating coronavirus, robots are providing some relief to hospitals, restaurants, and beyond.
6.4.2020 11:02 AM
Twitter labels tweets based on 'potential for harm' not truth
The platform is focusing on tweets with the “highest potential for harm” rather than addressing misinformation wholesale.
6.3.2020 10:57 PM
Through light, researchers can communicate with neural cells
Improving the ability to communicate with neural cells will allow scientists to study healthy and diseased bodies better.
6.3.2020 10:30 PM
The $50 that turned Virgil Abloh, king of hypebeasts, into a bad joke
Is this your king?
6.3.2020 8:46 PM
Snapchat is removing Trump from the promotional Discover page
It's the second-best thing to removing the President's account completely.
6.3.2020 6:24 PM
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