A new type of advertising changes the game, prompting some mixed reviews.
After Julian Assange claims that members of the Ecuadorian government shut off his internet access, SS explains what Wikileaks does and why people both appreciate and abhor the organization.
With Apple's recent annoucement about new products SS talks about the updated phone and watch, as well as touching on the $14.5 billion that some believe Apple owes Ireland.
As the Obama Administration releases details of drone strikes harming civilians, armed terrorists were taking hostages in a restaurant in Bangladesh. SS talks about the current topics of discussion when it comes to international terrorism.
KH discusses the lawsuits filed against both a Snapchat user and the company itself in the wake of a car accident which is believed to have occured because said Snapchat user was snapchatting at the wheel.
Apple has reported a 13% drop in revenue last quarter, mainly because of the decline of iPhone sales. Does this drop mark the end of a thirteen-year period of growth? Or is it just a scratch in the golden surface of Apple's history?
OH explains the tense relations between Apple and the FBI over the last few months and why unlocking the iPhone of a terrorist could unlock more than one might initially think.
Twitter celebrated its 10th birthday today. SS remarks on the value of the company and the roles it plays in culture, politics and entertainment.
Apple's devotion to its customers' security may be jeopardized with the FBI's request to forcibly unlock a domestic terrorist's phone.
New navy proposals launch citizens into a discussion over the safety and validity of drone warfare.
Google keeps growing, creating different companies in order to avoid lawsuits.