Cory Doctorow doesn’t like censorship. He especially doesn’t like his own work being censored. Anyone who knows Doctorow knows his popular tech and culture blog Boing Boing, and anyone who reads Boing Boing knows Doctorow and his cohort of bloggers. The part-blogger, part special advisor at the online rights group
The Morph is a fun little computer peripheral. The small trackpad uses a series of silicone covers to recreating different interfaces, from a QWERTY keyboard to a drum pad. Ultimately, however, it’s the tech that drives the product — rather than the product itself — that may prove the most
Republicans have condemned Iowa’s Steve King over comments suggesting support for white nationalism.
Utah police warn against trying an online challenge inspired by the Netflix horror film.
Some passive aggressive phrases – like “with the greatest respect” – could get lost in translation.
WeWork CEO Adam Neumann has been described as an avid surfer, one who has been known to grab his board and go both in the Hamptons in Long Island, where he reportedly owns a home, as well as in Hawaii. Maybe it’s no surprise then that WeWork is now also
“Lead us from this mosque!” one man tells the imam as protests against President al-Bashir grow.
New rules could help some manufacturers in the world’s biggest market for electric cars.
A Trump-inspired GoFundMe campaign that raised $20 million to ostensibly to build a wall on the southern U.S. border will refund every cent. Run by Brian Kolfage, a veteran with a track record of questionable business practices, the project defied all logistical considerations with its proposal for a “simple and
General Motors is turning Cadillac into its lead electric vehicle brand in a bid to compete against Tesla as well as a host of other automakers bringing EVs onto the market. Plans are already underway to introduce the first model from the company’s new battery electric vehicle architecture, GM said