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Why we can’t look away from before-and-after pictures

The ongoing saga of Jeff Bezos’s sexts, explained

An AI helped us write this article

An AI system competed against a human debate champion. Here’s what happened.

“Are they alive?”: Uighur Muslims demand videos of relatives in Chinese internment camps

The case that AI threatens humanity, explained in 500 words

Ariana Grande and Donald Glover weren’t at the Grammys, but their weird cartoon ads were

Nearly all of the big dating apps are now owned by the same company

The Bezos divorce, explained

Amazon is reportedly reconsidering its plan to open a second headquarters in NYC

Jeff Bezos admitted to sending nude selfies. Who cares?

Jeff Bezos says the National Enquirer’s owner threatened to release his “d*ck pick,” so he described it himself

Amazon is trying to regulate itself over facial recognition software — before Congress does

An online subculture celebrating the Charleston church shooter appears to be inspiring copycat plots

Walgreens pilots freezer doors that track you and serve you ads

How the Tinder algorithm actually works

Flickr will soon start deleting photos — and massive chunks of internet history

Has Facebook been good for the world?

This year’s Super Bowl commercials showed us that tech isn’t that great

There’s a black market for Instagram accounts

The NFL's virtual first-down line, explained

Facebook has been paying teens $20 a month for access to all of their personal data

Facebook knowingly let kids rack up huge gaming bills on their parents’ credit cards

Apple’s FaceTime has an eavesdropping bug, so turn it off for now

Ending the age of animal cruelty

Amazon’s facial analysis tech often mistakes dark-skinned women for men, study shows

If you want to understand the age of Trump, read the Frankfurt School

Mark Zuckerberg defends and clarifies Facebook’s ad-targeting practices — kind of

StarCraft is a deep, complicated war strategy game. Google’s AlphaStar AI crushed it.

How journalism can win back public trust

Apple predicts you’ll use your iPhone as a flashlight when the world ends

Why do all these robots have cartoon eyes?

Social media is rotting democracy from within

The unexpected best use of Facebook

Spotify’s most personalized playlist is now for sale to brands

Marriott’s data breach may be the biggest in history. Now it’s facing multiple class-action lawsuits.

People over 65 are the most likely to share fake news on Facebook, study finds

What the Four Pins drama says about Twitter as a company

Apple is selling fewer iPhones than it would like

Why conspiracy theories matter