The Commodore 64 is a time machine hearkening back to a simpler age.
The privacy-focused browser strips ads and tracking code from the sites you visit, leading to a much better online experience.
The new logo represents a further break with past Microsoft browsers.
Encouraging openness, honesty, and transparency in our churches can make them stronger, safer, and more welcoming.
I realize this is a very specific form of nerdery, but I am totally here for it.
The latest version of the popular open source CMS offers a critical feature for online publishers.
Critics consider digitally created actors and ultra-realistic high frame rate filmmaking in Ang Lee’s latest.
It’s funny to see Jim Carrey appear in The Shining, but the ramifications get downright dystopian.
A 620-mile walk allows Craig Mod to use technology in a more mindful way.
Remember the golden days, when we had “just enough internet”?
I’m pretty sure this is what I imagined heaven looking like when I was in 9th grade.
Warren’s proposal to break up Amazon, Google, et al., may sound nice, but would it really fix anything?
Did Apple’s phone design peak when they released the iPhone SE back in 2016?