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Technology is developing at the speed of light and changing our lives with it. Find out everything you need to know about the mad mad world of big tech, social media, apps and the people behind it all. Start your journey by reading more about the new sex tech that lets you ask for sex by pressing a button.




Sex tech

Social media

By Malavika Pradeep

March 5, 2021

TikTok is conquering the porn industry despite the appearance of its own ‘cancel porn’ movement

By Alma Fabiani

March 4, 2021

Twitter is changing its approach to banning anti-vaxxer misinformation with a new strike system

By Harriet Piercy

March 2, 2021

The best oral sex simulators to spice up your sex toy collection

By Malavika Pradeep

February 27, 2021

Hamster versus Lana Del Rey: it’s time to pick a side in TikTok’s latest cult war

By Harriet Piercy

February 26, 2021

2021 could bring us the first human-like artificial intelligence

By Alma Fabiani

February 23, 2021

Facebook knowingly overestimated its potential reach metric for advertisers

By Malavika Pradeep

February 22, 2021

Problematic platform Parler resurfaces online, but its users refuse to join back

By Alma Fabiani

February 21, 2021

Facebook and Google versus Australia, explained

By Malavika Pradeep

February 18, 2021

Butt plugs were the 1800s’ ‘asspirin’ originally invented to cure headaches and insomnia

By Harriet Piercy

February 16, 2021

Clubhouse is the new invite-only social media app everyone’s talking about

By Harriet Piercy

February 15, 2021

Clash of the tech titans: Apple versus Facebook. Will we have to pick a side?

By Harriet Piercy

February 11, 2021

Facebook is working on its own Clubhouse copy

By Alma Fabiani

February 10, 2021

Facebook is finally banning anti-vaxxer misinformation

By Alma Fabiani

February 7, 2021

A selection of the weirdest items available on Wish

By Alma Fabiani

February 3, 2021

Danish app iConsent gives users a 24 hour sexual consent contract—really?

By Louis Shankar

January 26, 2021

How Twitter users have mastered the art of the subtweet against governmental incompetence


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