While Facebook’s business is booming and the company continues to expand its tentacles to every corner of the internet, its early employees and investors are growing more and more vocal about the damage
Facebook has been attacked by one of its founding members for "exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology" and putting children's mental health at risk. Sean Parker, the former president of Facebook
If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.
In the time since I first sat down to write this piece, my laptop tells me the National Basketball Association has had to deny that it threatened to cancel its 2017 All-Star Game over a new anti-LGBT in
Teslaphoresis can help scientists build circuits without even touching them. The flashiest discovery in science this week is a powerful force field that makes particles quickly come together. The technology
“22 of the Cutest Baby Animals,” the headline said. “You won’t believe number 11!” Despite an impending deadline—not to mention my skepticism (how cute could they possibly be?)—I clicked on the story.
In India, where menstruation is taboo, the high court could send a powerful message to all faiths if it lifts a ban on women entering some places of worship As a girl, Noorjehan Niaz remembers visiting
Photograph: Kevin Mazur/WireImage Parker says it’s not up to Facebook to think about its impact on society: ‘They should try to be as successful a company as possible - I’m a big shareholder, I’d like
In making her very public break with social media, Instagram model Essena O’Neill wrote that the drive for followers, likes and views “suffocated” her. “I would just spend hours looking at everyone else’s