time
For the Love of Dogs, Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent Everywhere

Time is a construct. Or at the very least, the ways in which we tell time are just literally made up. Which means one glorious thing: freedom. The kind of freedom I want in my own life. The kind of freedom that will give me a precious extra hour of daylight to do the one thing on this Earth that gives me unfettered joy: hiking with my dog. Read More >>

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I Strapped GoPro’s Hero7 Black to My Dog and My Hog to See How Stable the Video Really Is

On paper at least, I’m the stereotype of a GoPro customer. I snowboard and mountain bike. I ride motorcycles and dirt bikes. I fly drones. I go on scenic hikes with my dogs. But I haven’t actually purchased an action cameras since 2014 when I picked up a Hero4 Silver. Until last week, I thought it did the job fine. Boy, was I wrong. Read More >>

security
You Have No Excuse for Crappy Passwords Anymore

The password itself is crappy. It’s a fundamentally flawed mechanism for securing our accounts and data that should have died long ago. That means poorly crafted passwords are doubly bad. But with the release of iOS 12 and recent updates to Android, truly terrible passwords—your 123456, facebookpassw0rd, or dEadP3tsnAme—have lost all reason to exist. Read More >>

apple
What Did Tim Cook Forget?

Just minutes before Apple’s big event is set to kick off, Tim Cook appears to have mixed up his apps. The CEO tweeted out what appears to be a question for his staff as they scramble to announce a what everyone expects to be a bevy of new iPhones, an updated Apple Watch, and maybe even a new iPad. Read More >>

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The Smiley Face Emoji Is Clearly Full of Shit

Look, I’m no emoji expert, but there’s one thing I do know: The basic smiley emoji is a goddamn liar. And using it makes you a liar, too. Read More >>

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Apple iOS 12 (Almost) Fixes the Worst Thing About the iPhone X

The public beta version of Apple’s newest mobile operating system, iOS 12, is now out in the wild, and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it to find out whether Apple had really fixed the most annoying thing about using the iPhone X — screenshots—as we expected it would when the developer beta became available last month. Read More >>

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Apple, Please Fix the Worst Thing About the iPhone X

The iPhone X is easily the best phone I’ve ever owned. And in almost every way, it performs exactly as I would like it to. There is just one problem, a thing that might seem so minor as to not be an issue at all but is the one thing that regularly makes me contemplate chucking my £1,000 gadget against a brick wall. Read More >>

technology
Phone or Computer?

In the annals of technology, no two devices have dominated the human condition more completely than the thing you’re reading this article on, and that other thing you could have read it on but just aren’t right now. Read More >>

facebook
Facebook, Please Tell Me Which One of My Dumbass Friends Did This

Facebook has spent the past few weeks barfing bucket-loads of information onto the world in an effort to get out ahead of the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal that has rocked the social network to its soulless husk of a core. But it has remained obnoxiously mum on one key bit of information: the name of the hapless fool who personally got me into this never-ending clusterfuck. Read More >>

privacy
Grammarly Bug Let Snoops Read What You Wrote, Typos and All (Updated)

Copyediting app Grammarly left open a gaping security hole that left users of its browser extension open to more embarrassment than just misspelt words. Read More >>

gadgets
I Live in the Woods, and Netgear’s Orbi Outdoor Satellite Sounds Like a Dream 

As far as I can tell, the only downside to living in the woods, besides the wild animals that are plotting to kill you at any moment, is the claustrophobic range of my home wi-fi router. But Netgear claims to have just the device to bring sweet, sweet internet into the great outdoors. Read More >>