Several video essayists are using long-format pieces to rebel against the platform’s algorithm, which requires them to continue producing content even when they don’t have anything to say
Ilya Lichtenstein and Heather Morgan showed off their elite lifestyle on social media… until the FBI came knocking at their door
Kiarash Hossainpour, a YouTuber and investor, has become a case study in the dangers of getting rich quick with bitcoin
A far-right group proposes a wacky new reading of ‘Star Wars’ in which the Empire represents liberals and the feminist revolution, while they embody the noble and heroic resistance
Timber is gaining traction as a replacement for classic concrete. It offers a number of design and construction advantages, including being a more environmentally friendly material
James Howells, a computer engineer, proposes using robot dogs and a metal arm to recover a hard drive that he lost in 2013. It contains the equivalent of €180 million in cryptocurrencies. He believes it is still sitting in a landfill in Wales.
MLB is finalizing a plan to reduce the environmental impact of the competition. Fewer (and closer) matches are planned. Will other sports follow suit?
Two documentaries detail the calamitous New York festival, which sought to emulate the legendary 1969 event but was shut down amid fires, riots, and violence
Facing ticket costs from $200 to $5,000 based on an algorithm that changes the amount according to demand, die-hard fans feel the working-class hero has abandoned his principles
Ellis Pinsky tells his story but nobody knows whether to believe him
How to attract a distrustful middle class to invest in unknown territory? With famous faces who are now facing public wrath after the collapse of virtual assets
The documentary ‘Aha: The movie’ explores the strange world of the Norwegian trio who in 1985 released ‘Take on me,’ one of the most popular songs on Spotify almost 40 years later
Just screened at the BCN Film Fest, ‘The World Champion’ reconstructs the surreal agony of the 1978 World Chess Championship
A software company in Russia fired workers based solely on the guidance of artificial intelligence, a situation that could become increasingly common across the globe