As the engine of American capitalism, and a largely dysfunctional United States regulatory framework, have enabled the rise of technology behemoths that dictate the rules of our radically connected world, one force is successfully reining them in: the European Union.
In an effort to graduate with its teen-and-twenty-something users, TikTok has revealed plans to offer creators of livestreams and loops "adults-only" options. But it isn't for porn.
In the first-ever antitrust breakup order against big tech in the modern era of social media, Facebook's parent company, Meta, has been ordered to sell Giphy.
As Apple released its Fall 2022 product lineup and is struggling to drive customer upgrades, a Reddit user pointed out that the venerable 2020 iPad Air and the new 2022 iPad 10 are, essentially, the same product. But there's a catch.
In a stunning achievement for video games everywhere, the gaming industry has largely abandoned plans to incorporate non-fungible tokens (NFTs). And this is a triumph worth celebrating.