During an employee all-hands, Musk said that Twitter became X to replace YouTube, LinkedIn, FaceTime, dating apps, and even your bank.
His employees told him he ‘should stop asking questions because it was distracting.’
Apple’s Mac-heavy product launch event gave us our first look at the M3-equipped iMac and MacBook Pro models.
The interactive series premieres on October 31st at 9PM ET.
AI is on a collision course with music — Reservoir’s Golnar Khosrowshahi thinks there’s a way through
The publisher behind the songwriting copyrights to some of the most popular music ever recorded doesn’t think AI spells doom for the industry.
The M3 Pro and M3 Max models ditch space gray for a darker tone and include some serious GPU upgrades on the inside.
The second season of Amazon’s Invincible series feels plugged right into Hollywood’s current obsession with multiverses, but it’s taking notes directly from its classic comic’s source material.
Plus, in this week’s Installer: a new Leica camera, Apple Journal, better browsers, and all the sci-fi you’ll ever need.
I’ve been using Future Personal Training for over six months, and it’s made me excited about fitness for the first time in years.
The Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo saw the debut of five different electrified sports cars, ranging from production-intent coupes to outrageous concept supercars.
Apple is playing Halloween tricks with this surprise event that will likely include new MacBooks and an iMac — here’s what to expect.
‘You won’t need a bank account... it would blow my mind if we don’t have that rolled out by the end of next year.’
Scorsese’s latest demands — not asks — us to witness the horrors the US has wrought upon the Osage Nation and understand some of what it means for Indigenous people to survive in this country today.
After 30 years teaching law, the internet policy legend is as worried as you’d think about AI and TikTok — and he has surprising thoughts about balancing free speech with protecting democracy.
The podcast industry faced numerous challenges this year, including layoffs, the end of big celebrity mega deals, and an overall contraction.
According to developers who worked on the project, Skull Island: Rise of Kong only had a year’s worth of development time.
The mobile app isn’t for everyone, but for one insomniac, Pikachu and Snorlax made a big difference.
It was a lot of fun — but these sorts of events are really important, too.
The sequel doesn’t change a lot, but it adds some welcome variety to the web-slinging open-world series.