Teagan McLean said it took him five days to take over.
On Feb 14, 2022 by Claire Goforth
The social media black hole is having real-world consequences.
On Oct 4, 2021 by Kahron Spearman
Privacy concerns have been raised as the tools have become more common during the pandemic.
On Nov 29, 2020 by Libby Cohen
The reach wasn't the same time around.
On Aug 19, 2020 by Mike Rothschild
At the whim of state regulations, Texas bars are getting creative.
On Aug 14, 2020 by Trinady Joslin
'It clearly needs to be mandated.'
On Aug 13, 2020 by Chad Lyle
As the coronavirus took over, apps like Drizly took off.
On Aug 12, 2020 by Chad Lyle
Stress and isolation, both common during quarantine, are factors that can increase substance abuse.
On Aug 11, 2020 by Trinady Joslin
Without funerals, people are turning to Facebook to mourn coronavirus victims
On Aug 4, 2020 by Colleen Hagerty
This unlikely duo is flipping the switch on what it means to be unhoused amid the pandemic.
On Jul 31, 2020 by Nayomi Reghay
Congress seems to be taking notice of the digital divide in light of the pandemic.
On Jul 3, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich
No, the pandemic is not an Islamic conspiracy.
On Jun 29, 2020 by Samira Sadeque
The pandemic’s silver lining? A pent-up nation more dialed into racial injustice.
On Jun 15, 2020 by Brianna Holt
She's launched a program that's giving devices to those in need.
On Jun 6, 2020 by Libby Cohen
Hundreds of companies signed onto a pledge not to cut off service. But customer complaints show it's happened.
On Jun 5, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich