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The Story Behind The Story That Created A Political Nightmare For Facebook
By John Cook, On Assignment For HuffPost
In 2016, Gizmodo reported that Facebook workers "suppressed" conservative news. An editor has second thoughts.
People Are Apparently Spending $400 On A Machine That Brews Tea
Criticism is ~brewing.~
Media Complicity Is Key To Blacklisting Websites
Author, 'War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinni...
We still don't have any sort of apology or retraction from the
for promoting "The List" -- the highly dangerous blacklist that got a huge boost from the newspaper's fawning coverage on November 24.
I Have Opinions
Author, art dealer, museum curator and temporary body art pioneer
Remember when having an opinion was no big deal? You would read about something outrageous like, well, just about everything in the news lately.
Uber Logo Change: Are They Kidding?
Assistant Professor of Clinical Marketing, Marshall School of ...
Those of us that prefer Uber to the other alternatives hope we are wrong about the negative impact of the logo and brand changes. From the market reaction so far and a deeper understanding how human brains process logos and brands, I don't think we are.
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Satoshi's PGP Keys Are Probably Backdated And Point To A Hoax
On Tuesday, both Wired and Gizmodo dropped a big bombshell: According to “leaked” (Wired) or “hacked” (Gizmodo) documents
AppleWatch: Android Clobbering iPhone & Cook's Short Slide to Insignifigance
Business, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Politics & Rock 'n...
Apple' CEO Tim Cook is on a tirade. He obviously sees Android and Google as the lethal threats they are to the Apple' iPhone/iOS kingdom. But he doesn't want anybody else to know that.
Mattel Apologizes For Depicting Barbie As An Incompetent Computer Engineer
The Place Was 'Full Of These Dick*****'
PHOTO: Inventor Reimagines The Egg Carton
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HOME & LIVING
The World's Most Expensive Exotic Vacuum (VIDEO)
Making matters worse, the expensive vacuum cleaner is being promoted with an equally ridiculous rap song that goes something
Million Dollar Vacuum Cleaner: Does It Suck?
Reggie Watts' Insane Music Gadgets
PHOTOS: Apartments With Their Own Swimming Pool Balconies
PHOTOS: Check Out This Life-Size Star Wars Craft
Siri-like App Gives Racist, Bigoted Answers, Forces Company To Make Policy Changes
What We Lose When Travel Becomes A Highlight Reel
Law prof, author, global adventure-seeker, emerging outdoorswo...
Travel can be distilled so that it becomes all highlights, all the time—but then you lose the unspectacular details like the grit of the road you shake out of your suitcase before returning it to the attic.
What Inspires You? Gizmodo Editor, Author Janet Fitch, And Former Wilco Keyboardist On What Gets Them Going
Allison K Gibson
Writer of fiction, contemporary art and culture
Gizmodo Faces Likely Criminal and Civil Charges over iPhone Episode
Attorney at Kinsella Weitzman Iser Kump & Aldisert
While Gizmodo has certainly succeeded in inserting itself in the news cycle, it may not realize exactly just how much trouble it put itself in.
The Top Five Viral Videos Of The Week: What We Watched On Gotcha Media
Editor, Gotcha Media Blog
My viral video of the week honor goes to the hilarious fake
trailer for "George," a tear-jerker version of the Susan's death story set to the score of
The Shawshank Redemption
iPhone 4G Rumors: What To Expect With Apple's New iPhone (PHOTOS)
Strip-Searched: Lost iPhone Probe Shows Why Search Warrants Should Never Be Used on Journalists
Executive Director, First Amendment Coalition
The threat to personal liberties posed by search warrants in the pre-digital era was trivial compared to the virtual strip-search that a warrant has become today.
Immigration, Financial, and Climate Reform: The Rock-Paper-Scissors of Politics
Ted Johnson, Maegan Carberry, Teresa Valdez Klein
Apple Computer - Now Who's Big Brother?
Award-winning Silicon Valley product designer
Apple attorneys were allegedly behind the court ordered
of the home of a tech blogger who outted the iPhone 4G prototype on Gizmodo.
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