A blurring of the line between objective facts and personal opinions is causing Americans to disengage from political and civic life. This is Truth Decay, and it poses a fundamental threa...
In an effort to attract new business, some fast food chains are allowing customers to experience virtual food using augmented reality.
New data shows just how much is happening online every 60 seconds.
And more than one-third of the world's population checks in once a month. Social media just keeps getting bigger.
Google Wellbeing is a new collection of features that make you more aware of the time you spend on your phone and remind you to disconnect once in a while.
The Cambridge Analytica revelations have crystallized public feeling in favour of government intervention to protect our privacy.
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Technology and social media are transforming the tourism industry..
It's an emotional decision that leads us to ignore information we don't agree with.
Microsoft, Facebook and over 30 other companies have made the pledge.
Three days after announcing censorship of gay material, the platform has reversed the decision after protests.
Psychology explains why we're so vulnerable to misinformation.
On March 24th, 200,000 demonstrators marched on Washington DC to protest for stricter gun laws.
China’s most popular social media app is about to play an even bigger role in people’s lives.
A lot happens on the internet in 60 seconds. Here we take a look at the staggering number of messages, pictures and emails shared across the web and social media every minute.