Bumble’s CEO Told BuzzFeed News Her Apps Have Become Their “Own Form Of Government”
Now with 50 million users, Whitney Wolfe’s Bumble apps are surfing a Serena Williams Super Bowl ad into a new wave of hype.
The American Hackers Accused Of Murdering A Young Woman In The Philippines Pleaded Not Guilty
Mir Islam and Troy Woody Jr., changed their story yet again about the circumstances surrounding the death of Tomi Masters.
"Down The Rabbit Hole I Go": How A Young Woman Followed Two Hackers' Lies To Her Death
Tomi Masters was a 23-year-old from Indiana who moved to California with dreams of making it big in the cannabis business. Then she met a hacker who introduced her to a dark new world of digital manipulation, suspicion, paranoia, and fear — one that swallowed her alive and left her floating in a river in the Philippines.
Apple Ordered To Stop Selling Some iPhones In Germany
The injunction follows a finding by a German court that Apple is infringing on Qualcomm's intellectual property.
25 Things BuzzFeed News Tried And Loved In 2018
Some of these things may change your life.
Meet Coyote Peterson, YouTube's King Of Stings. Is He Animal Planet's Next Big Dog?
Coyote Peterson made himself into one of YouTube’s biggest stars by subjecting himself to the most painful stings in the world. Now he’s making the move to cable TV, and he wants to quit getting bitten. Will his fans stick around?
This Document Is Some Of The Research Facebook Commissioned On George Soros
Definers’ research for Facebook on billionaire George Soros has never been published before. You can read one of those documents here.
Data Shows Tucker Carlson Is The Daily Stormer’s Favorite Pundit
And it isn’t remotely close.
The Unsatisfying Truth About Hateful Online Rhetoric And Violence
Two angry men submerged themselves in the far-right internet. One committed murder. The other walked away. Why?
Google Employees Around The World Are Walking Out To Protest Sexual Misconduct
Google employees around the world coordinated a walkout to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct in the workplace.
Amazon Has Pulled Its Ads From Bloomberg Over China Hack Story
Sources say both Amazon and Apple are taking retributive measures against the outlet that alleged they were hacked by China.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Calling For Bloomberg To Retract Its Chinese Spy Chip Story
"I feel they should retract their story. There is no truth in their story about Apple. They need to do the right thing."
Apple Is Holding Its Fall iPad Event In Brooklyn
It’s the first time the world’s most valuable company has held a big product announcement in the Big Apple.
Twitter Won’t Suspend Louis Farrakhan For His Tweet Comparing Jews To Insects
The company had previously removed Farrakhan’s special verified status after a previous anti-Semitic tweet.
“Living In Your Head Rent-Free” Is The Perfect Insult Of Our Times
Once a piece of anodyne personal advice, the phrase has become a catchall insult that expresses some of our darkest fears about the internet attention economy and the people who thrive there.
Devils' Advocate: Meet The Lawyer Fighting To Keep Nazis And Trolls On Twitter
Lawyer Mark Randazza is a free speech crusader for some of the internet's vilest characters, who have run afoul of social networks. Is he fighting for a time-tested principle, or an American dogma that has run its course?
A Leaked Video Shows Google Leadership Reacting To Trump's 2016 Election Win
The footage will likely add fuel to conservative arguments that Silicon Valley is arrayed against the right.
Apple Announces New iPhones: The Xs, Xs Max, And Xr
Apple just announced three big, brand new iPhones today.
Facebook Blocks Sharing Of 3D-Printed Gun Files On Its Platforms
The move comes as states sue the Trump administration to prevent the digital blueprints from being posted online.