Facebook’s co-founder Chris Hughes has written an opinion piece for the New York Times, advocating that the government break up Facebook.
“Steven Universe,” “Sesame Street,” and PBS’ “Frontline” are among the recipients of this year’s 78th annual Peabody Awards.
A look at who makes up the world’s most popular websites, from tech giants like Google and Facebook to Russian and Chinese sites.
Facebook faces trouble for storing passwords in plain text; meanwhile, Tumblr usage has fallen off sharply after its adult material purge.
I take a look at my current social network usage (or lack thereof), from Facebook and Twitter to Pinterest and LinkedIn. Also, farewell Google+.
Pinterest and several other tech companies are starting to fight back against misinformation spread by the anti-vaccination movement.
Facebook has introduced “Fan Subscriptions,” a Patreon-like service for creators. Unfortunately, creators should stay as far away from it as possible.
I look at the ways each of the Big Five tech companies (Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft) earn their income.
An update on the current state of my blog, including my decision to shutter my blog’s Facebook page, between Facebook’s problems and a lack of usefulness.
Facebook has been hit with yet another criticism in its “pivot to video” push: overinflating the prominence of video in the first place.