By Christianna Silva
This new iPhone 15 battery health feature may entice you to upgrade ASAP
It'll top out at 80 percent.
How much faster is the iPhone 15 Pro? Not as fast as you might think.
It's about drive, it's about power, but is it about speed?
COVID is on the rise, but you won't see that on Threads
The words 'coronavirus,' 'vaccines,' and 'vaccination' are blocked on Threads search, according to The Washington Post.
Your weekly TikTok R.E.P.O.R.T. is just more self-surveillance
Don't you love to Read, Eat, Play, Obsess, Recommend, and Treat?
Meet Jeremy the Manager, the famous cat who gets the job done
Everyone loves Jeremy the Manager and his endless supply of ties. But what do his employees think?
Hitoki's portable attachment for its laser bong lets you smoke on the go
It's exactly as cool as I wanted it to be.
EU names Apple, Meta, Microsoft among six 'gatekeepers' facing strict DMA guidelines
Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, ByteDance, Meta, and Microsoft, oh my.
What is the fediverse — and how might it affect creators?
All social media sites interconnected — heaven or hell for creators?
Meta allegedly considering ad-free, paid version of its EU apps
*insert Futurama "shut up and take my money" gif*
Federal judge rules that AI art can't be copyrighted
Stop trying to make AI copyrights happen. It is not going to happen.
California DMV asks for fewer self-driving cars on the road
The request came after a self-driving car got into a crash with a fire truck.
Bored Ape NFT investors are suing because their apes aren't worth much
HUGE buyer's remorse.
Why advertisers in Canada are pulling out of Instagram and Facebook
Stingray Group announced on Tuesday that it will 'immediately suspend' all advertising on Facebook and Instagram in Canada.
TikTokker Grace Brinkly on influencing, thrifting, and embracing the art of detachment
✨ what's meant for you will find you ✨
What the hell is going on with maximalism design TikTok?
Where does the line between inspiration and intellectual theft lie?
The FCC just fined a robocall company $300 million after blocking billions of scam calls
"We've been trying to reach you concerning your vehicle's extended warranty."
Google updates its policies on revenge porn in search results
Now users can remove any of their personal, explicit images — whether they were posted consensually the first time or not.