A change like Twitter’s new Chirp font might seem subtle. The effects are anything but.
Read to the end for a video of two AIs talking to each other that basically sounds like every conversation on Clubhouse
The CEO of Reddit has responded to calls from users to purge the site of disinformation, saying “dissent is a part of Reddit and the foundation of democracy.”
Nicholas Barber selects this month's unmissable releases, including the long-awaited return of Bond, a Sopranos prequel and a Cinderella musical starring Camila Cabello.
People who operate on the fringes of Instagram’s community guidelines say they’ve resorted to desperate measures after losing their accounts, turning to dealers who say they have a back door to...
You know it's true.
How the mindset of an irritating web comic infected criticism.
Fueled by Gen Z, text-heavy meme posts, often paired with nonsensically unrelated pictures, are turning the photo and video app into a destination for written expression.
With 30 million followers, killer abs, and a high-profile social media relationship, the 20-year-old soccer player is on the cutting edge of American fame.
We've all spent the pandemic in a pop culture feedback loop. For the love of God, make it stop
The modern, tech-savvy Taliban aren’t the same as they were 20 years ago. Now they’re using the internet to control the narrative—and assert their dominance.
Many authors and publishers now see the social networking site as a "necessary evil"
Beneath the tiny top hats and GIF-able snuggle sessions, I found a dark tale of internet virality.
They’re no longer the main characters, but they’re still around. So what happens to them?
With rickrolling to thank for the video’s longterm success.
Wikipedia’s non-English editions are vulnerable to manipulation and abuse. Why not create one Wikipedia for all?
From Mare of Easttown to Ted Lasso, Loki and The Underground Railroad, Hugh Montgomery and Eddie Mullan pick the year’s greatest programmes to binge right now.
Nestflix is a hilarious and exhaustive database of movies within movies. We spoke with creator Lynn Fisher about the love letter to a trope.
Beth Morgan’s “A Touch of Jen” is the latest work to reckon with a social media–fueled obsession.
If you're an A-list celebrity like Ashton Kutcher or Jake Gyllenhaal, all it takes to make the news is announcing how little you bathe.
The Journal created dozens of automated accounts that watched hundreds of thousands of videos to uncover how the social media network knows you so well.
They are TV’s unsung heroes, adored yet unrecognised. But do voice artists and mask-wearers ever crave fame? From the man behind the meerkats to Star Trek’s prosthetic-laden Captain Saru, we find out
2020… how do we even begin to describe this year? It’s safe to say we haven’t experienced anything like it before. The world was shaken by…
Dave Raymond practically invented the modern sports mascot. And over four decades, he has built a career on helping pro teams bring them to life.
"If a gun was put to my head, and they said, ‘Tell me the best episode of television ever,’ it’s this."
I’ve never tried being a kinder or more optimistic person, but Jason Sudeikis’ title character makes me think that it’s possible.
From his parents' home in the eastern German city of Leipzig, a teenager single-handedly — and successfully — ran a profitable drug business. Netflix has the true story.
YouTube voice is coming for us all.
New VIP+ Analysis: The actor’s legal battle with Disney won’t likely set a precedent for talent seeking more equitable profit participation.
As the Olympics wind down, streaming TV just keeps on kicking
The joy of finding information on quirky microsites like IsTheShipStillStuck.com
Two decades ago, before social media existed, Zygmunt Bauman articulated a perfect description of how it would soon shape our behavior and frame our relationships to one another. In his 2000 book...
To craft the movie's stylised elegance, Pixar blended scientific simulations with the simplicity of traditional animation, as effects supervisor Jon Reisch explains
Just if we have to pick.