Teenagers really are over Facebook. In a deep report published on Tuesday, Pew Research explains that teenagers departing the social network's blue confines are looking for something more... authentic. Which, ironically, was the initial draw of Facebook, and has become something of a calling card for Tumblr and Twitter. Somewhere, Marissa Mayer is smiling.
A new study single-handedly revives a slow news day
The National Labor Relations Board takes an employer to court
Zadie Smith joins the chorus of those fretting the social network will be the end of us
Not quite as thrilling as the moon landing, but close
Funding cuts plus hearings on climate science might get ugly
A new study in the U.K. gives a push for rethinking drug policy
The new site aims to improve upon Google's "spammed out" search results
Examining the strength and capability of the world's fastest supercomputer
Hundreds dead, thousands displaced in the archipelago nation
Sony puts its gaming prowess to the test
Few tears are shed as most editions of the iconic device are retired
The networks stage a last-ditch effort to obstruct the search giant
Cupertino has $51 billion to spend. That puts the social network in striking distance.
He didn't build Facebook to impress the ladies. He just likes "building things."
Assessing the severity of the breach and what users can do about it
The man who ousted him from Apple reflects on the CEO's creative brilliance
Eduardo Saverin gets inspired by watching his own life on screen
The company moves beyond paid search
A climate change solution that may be more politically feasible than cap and trade
The search engine will now be able to "consult the tastes" of your near and dear
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